Education is transformational. It changes lives and has a constructive effect on the culture.

Vadodara is the cultural capital of the most economically-stable state of the country, Gujarat.

Vadodara has schools affiliated with five boards, namely CBSE, ICSE, IB, IGCSE, and State board. CBSE is the hot choice that a lot of students opt for their further studies. St. Kabir Indian International School is one of the most reputed schools in Vadodara and holds a significant position among the top 10 CBSE schools in Vadodara.

The St. Kabir Indian International School’s philosophy embraces the idea that we should teach children how to think and that the goal of learning is of more value than rote memorization.

The process of learning by doing is at the heart of this philosophy. The concept of experiential learning is one that enhances the experience; by actively engaging in an activity the student puts the knowledge to use and develops a stronger understanding of the task at hand. Be it – farming and respecting nature under project KEDI, TOD-FOD-JOD, community engagement with villagers for spreading awareness on health & hygiene-swachhta-gender awareness, dramatizing street plays for environmental and societal concerns under project HOPE OR even, finding a dead water heron on campus and learning taxidermy! As one of the Top CBSE schools, our aim is to develop children into balanced personalities, with sound values of love, kindness, and service before self.

The school provides a collaborative environment that fosters teamwork, critical thinking and creativity getting them prepared to make informed decisions and tackle new challenges with ease.

Looking at the rapidly progressing environmental degradation, “Save nature to save teenagers” is a common quote amongst the masses nowadays. St. Kabir Indian International school is the only CBSE school in Baroda which strives to achieve this goal by integrating sustainability into all areas of curriculum and by instilling the essence of ownership and pride in improving the environment.

Kabirites are motivated to be life-long learners – they are kept hungry to always learn more, hopefully even as adults.

St. Kabir Indian International School is a place where students have opportunities galore. The teachers are both flexible and supportive. They are the backbone of the school. They have been largely responsible for implementing changes. Without the hard work of our staff, it is impossible to get the wheel rolling. Their hard work and the students’ zeal to excel in all fields has helped St. Kabir Indian International School to secure a substantial position among the top CBSE schools in Vadodara.

(* Harkness method or Harkness discussion is a teaching and learning method involving students seated in a large, oval/circular configuration to discuss ideas in an encouraging, open-minded environment with only occasional or minimal teacher intervention.)