The Scindia School
is Indian boarding school
for boys, established in 1897, and situated in a historic fortress known as Gwalior Fort
, in the city of Gwalior
. It was conceived as exclusively for nobles and princes of Royal families, particularly the Marathas
, though it no longer discriminates on class..
The Scindia School was founded by the late Maharaja Madho Rao Scindia
of Gwalior in 1897, as the Sardar School, it was meant exclusively for sons of Indian princes and nobles. It was renamed Scindia School in 1933, as the school evolved into a public school with a Board of Governors, presently headed by Jyotiraditya Scindia
, MP and the scion of Scindia family
It was located within the city of Gwalior
, but was shifted to the Gwalior Fort
around the turn of the century. The school eventually became a public residential school for boys under the headmastership of Mr. F G Pearce. The school celebrated its centenary in October 1997. Scindia school was ranked as 2nd best public school in India.(Rankings 2008)
Situated at the heart of India, the school is set on the historic hill fortress of Gwalior, above the surrounding city.
The school has classes from grade 6th to 12th grade. It is the... Read More