Our vision is to be the pre-eminent centre of learning in the country,  producing future leaders with a global perspective and an Indian ethos.
- Jyotiraditya M Scindia, 2004

The Scindia School, Gwalior, has been ranked as India's # 1 boys boarding school in the annual Education World India School Rankings (EWISR) 2019 - 20. The School invites aspiring applicants for admission. If you are a keen learner with kindling curiosity and a sense of adventure, then The Scindia School is the place to be.

In The Scindia School, learning extends beyond the classrooms. Here, the scholar is an academic achiever, an athlete, an orator, an artist, or whatever his special talent.

The 6th century setting in the magnificent Gwalior Fort belies the utter modernity of The Scindia School. Be it the laboratories, the classrooms and the library, IT, the sports fields, the dining hall, the school is superbly equipped and regularly refurbished.

Keep updated with all that is happening at The Scindia School. Innovative projects and new ideas are continually conceptualised by the schoolboys.

LATEST NEWS
Republic Day Camp 2020 ...
13 May 2020

The Scindia School Brass Band took part in the Annual Republic Day Camp 2020, held in Delhi from the 30th of December 2019 to 30th of January 2020, during which the Band was privileged to give the Guard of Honour to the dignitaries like Mr Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of Delhi, and Mr Rajnath …

Interaction with Apar Mehra ...
13 May 2020

Mr Apar Mehra interacted with the students of Classes VI to VIII on 23rd February 2020. Born in Delhi, Apar Mehra was nine years old when he was diagnosed with Tourette syndrome. He was on campus to share with our students, how he dealt with this crippling syndrome and how he has turned his weakness …

Valedictory Assembly 2020 ...
28 April 2020

The Valedictory Assembly was held on 14th February 2020. The customary Sanskrit and English prayers were read out. The Principal, Dr Madhav Deo Saraswat addressed the gathering. He said that he was of the opinion that “neither anybody teaches nor you are taught”. He opined that it is only that the adults have experiences and …