Swami Vivekanand High School, Mumbai is a co-educational, English medium school situated in Sindhi Society, Chembur. Established in 1962, the day school offers classes from V till X, and is affiliated to the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education. The school is promoted by the Vivekanand Education Society (estb. 1960).
The objective of the school, which currently enrolls 1,485 students, is to “work towards achieving scholastic and intellectual development of its students, to instill the highest values, to nurture their creative talent, to upgrade teaching techniques, and to make learning a pleasure”.
It was the first school in Mumbai to introduce a digital identity card which sends parents messages regarding their child’s presence/absence in school.
The school also focuses on nature and environment activities with students participating in waste management projects in association with international organizations. Many student and community welfare programmes are also undertaken.