Gwalior Schools

Gwalior schools impart quality education to the students. Equipped with modern infrastructural amenities, the schools of Gwalior provide the students with modern education coupled with traditional values.

Scindia School of Gwalior is one of the premier educational institutions of Madhya Pradesh that bears relics to the rich cultural and educational history of the place. Founded by the Late Maharaja Madhavrao Jayaji Rao in the year of 1897, the Scindia School presents the students with an ideal ambience for nurturing intellectual caliber.

The Carmel Convent School of Gwalior was founded by the Carmelite Sisters who were pioneers in spreading the modern English education among the common masses. Accredited to the CBSE board, the Carmel Convent School follows latest syllabus and offers world class knowledge to the students.

The numerous schools of Gwalior aim at developing a balanced personality of the students. The schools encourage the students to participate in the various sporting events for development of sound physical and mental health. The educational institutions of the royal city of Gwalior supports well equipped libraries that have a vast reserve of book, journals and magazines.

The schools of Gwalior organize several cultural and social events that display the rich traditional heritage of ancient place. The schools are supported by excellent team of highly qualified and experienced teachers who encourage the students to participate in the various competitions organized at inter- school and intra- school level.

An integral part of Gwalior education, the schools of the city have produced several luminaries in the field of academics, politics, and other fields.

Below is the list of institutions under Gwalior Schools:


Last Updated on 16th Oct 2012



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