The school was established in 1987 in a small residential building at Pitampura , Rani Bagh, Delhi-34. It was named after a great social reformer Raja Ram Mohan Roy , who challenged traditional Hindu culture and indicated the lines of progress for Indian society. Because of his significant contribution in transforming the society he was called the ‘Maker of Modern India’ and ‘The Father of Modern India’.
With the passage of time and seeing the need of the hour, the society and the Management applied for a piece of land in Rohini. Delhi Development Authority allotted the land for the school in sector-8, PKT-C-8, Madhuban Chowk, outer ring road, Delhi.
Hence the journey of the school began towards its brighter future.
Updated on: [February 22, 2019]