Learning Ashram

Gwalior Glory high school

GWALIOR GLORY HIGH SCHOOL was established in Gwalior in the year 1991. Affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi, it has been running successfully over the years and has grown since inception from primary to a full fledged senior secondary school. Its unique curriculum, zest, zeal and an onward driving force have made it possible to attain the highest levels of excellence.
Sprawled over a lush green area of 24 Bighas, the school is imaginatively designed and aesthetically constructed. The school campus is complete in itself, being well equipped with ultra modern facilities to cater to the holistic development of the child.
The school encompasses a wide area in serving the academic and co curricular interests of boys and girls from Playgroup to Class Twelve in an amiable, conducive environment, providing opportunities to develop them into moral, confident, capable and responsible citizens having courage and positive attitude to take up any challenge.
The school is run by the Sai Sakshi Shiksha Samiti.

The school is ISO 9001:2008 Certified by Intertek International Certifications Limited, U.K. The school holds the following memberships:

• Member of The European Association of Folklore Festivals
Objective: Promoting Indian Folk and Classical dances and music in international festivals

• Member of World Wildlife Fund, India
Objective: To stop the degradation of the planet's natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature, by:
• conserving the world's biological diversity
• ensuring that the use of renewable natural resources is sustainable
• promoting the reduction of pollution and wasteful consumption.

• Member of United Schools Organisation of India
Objective: Promoting teachings about the United Nations in Schools

• Member of Indian Schools Federation of India
Objective: To participate at the national for a on various educational issues.

• Member of UNESCO clubs of India
Objective: Adopting village schools (at present 45 schools) and founding learning centres for illiterate adults, promoting literacy among children from Tribes, who often do not attend school as they live far from educational facilities.

• Member of Quality Circles Forum of India
Objective: To ensure Total Quality Management (TQM) in the entire school working. To form Quality Circles to take up case studies pertaining to matters of school functioning so that problems are solved by people encountering them through a scientific methodology.

• Member of INTACH
Objective: The Indian National Trust For Art and Cultural Heritage strives to sensitize public on our cultural legacy and protect India's Heritage.