'A Centre of Progressive Learning for All Round Development' Zenith School, situated in the culturally rich city of Vadodara is a pioneering Institution catering learning based on a perfect blend of Public School and Indian Cultural heritage, aiming at providing holistic education - a schooling of harmonious development of personality - physical, intellectual and emotional.
The careful design of school curriculum creates a platform to promote multiple Intelligence opportunities and diversity to address varied capabilities among the learners.

When post independent India was charioting on her reconstruction process, in 1952 Zenith School joined hands making a humble beginning with a small Balwadi (Nursery School). In 1964 the Huseinabai Charitable Trust was formed by the visionaries of the Barodawala family to adopt the school and take it to the global standard. Rest is history to bring up the school from its sibling from today's techno savvy school providing quality education, believing each new day to be a beginning to soar to a new horizon.
Zenith School is an institution where secularism is apparent in egalitarian means of educational excellence. Embedded in the philosophy are values of Honesty & Integrity, Quality of life, Commitment & Belief, Service, Humility, Sharing, Team work and Tolerance.

The Zenith of Learning

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In an environment and learner friendly campus, we in Zenith School inspire the children to go beyond academics to learn 'how to learn' and excel in their abilities at their peak level. The teaching learning process strives to provide best possible education to all the learners to contribute effectively in the society where they live.

The Zenith of Talent

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Zenith students are encouraged to play a variety of sports. The school has infrastructure for various sports such as : basketball, volleyball, Kho-Kho, Kabbadi, Table Tennis, cricket, etc. Music is synonymous with Zenith. It is compulsory for students of class V to IX to learn one musical instrument by the time he/she graduates.