Baroda High School

Baroda High School is actually a group of schools controlled by the Lions Club Education Trust of Vadodara. The Lions Club education trust was formed in the year 1961 and it went onto establish the High School of Baroda in the same year. The land property was provided by the royal family of the Gaekwads. In the year 1964, Baroda school ONGC was opened up within the premises of O.N.G.C. Again in the year 1974 the state government of the state of Gujarat granted a huge plot of land where a new Baroda High School at Alkapuri was started. Baroda High School, Danteshwar was another branch opened in the year1996. All the High Schools are co-educational institution where English is known to be the main language of communication.

The various members of the board of trustees of the Baroda High School are as follows:
  • Shri N. D. Chokshi

  • Shri Jagdish Shukla Hon. Secretary

  • Dr. S. R. Iyengar President

  • Shri Mayur Swadia Hon. Treasurer

  • Shri Padmanabh Desai

  • Shri P. S. Patel Immediate Past President

The Baroda group of schools follow the curriculum of study that is laid down by the Gujarat State Education Board or GSEB. The school prepares the students specially for all the competitive examinations within the country. The examinations for which special trainings are provided are SSC and HSC Science & General examinations carried out by GSEB.

The Baroda schools have secondary as well as higher-secondary classes. The teachers employed are known to be highly proficient and able. They are known to provide excellent education to the students of the school.

Last Updated on : March 25, 2016


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