Cadet College Warsak is the first of its kind in Peshawar Division on the outskirts of Peshawar, the capital of KP. It is a project of the Frontier Corps Welfare Foundation under the Frontier Corps KP. The college covers an area of 60 acres of land owned by the Foundation at a picturesque site with scenic beauty and clean/serene ambience and a pollution free environment adjacent to Swat Scouts near the Army Air Defence Garrison. Located at the foothill of the mountainous ranges bifurcating the Khyber and Mohmand agencies by the Kabul river at the Warsak Dam. The master plan of the college envisages an ideal campus with lush green grounds, ornamental trees and gorgeous buildings to arouse the quest and craving of students to learn and grow with pride.
The construction work (under UAE - Pakistan Assistance Programme) in the first phase is almost complete while work on Masjid and Modern Gymnasium is making speedy progress. The next phase has also started with a view to ultimately develop a self sufficient modern educational complex. The complex will not only add beauty / grandeur to the existing naturally picturesque valley; but will also avail the present logistics, security and other facilities of Army / FC Garrisons and WAPDAcolony.
Out of five houses / hostels, two have been completed where in 280 cadets accomodated.
One of these houses is:
"Shaheed House" named so to pay homage to Shuhada of Frontier Corps
I The second House is named as "Sher Shah Suri House" after the name of great emperor who was a son of the soil.
The college has established state of the art library and science Laboratories along with the following coming up in accordance with their order of preference.
3 x Hostels
Retention - Boundary Wall, Main Gate Complex
Squash, Tennis and basket Ball Courts.
The college is a reality is a tribute to the initiative of Lt. Gen.Tariq Khan (Major General and IGFC when the college became operational in 2009). Brigadier(Retd) Ajmal Khan, MD FC Welfare Foundation) who worked relentlessly and with a missionary zeal to ensure the implementation of the project using his recognized skills as an educational administrator and his attempts to procure funds for the continued construction work. The college became functional in an old improvised building and the founding Principal (Mr. Jahanzeb Khan) used all his persuasion skills to induct the first batch of students at the college. He lived in a single room in difficult circumstances away from his family to play his final innings and made the college a leading institution of Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa.