Principal’s Message


Mrs. Shikha Singh

It gives me immense pleasure to welcome you to this mansion of learning, Ram-Eesh International School, the epitome of excellence. Since its inception, the School has shaped the destinies of many students who are now creating a better world for themselves and for many others around them. At a time when our world is apparently in a transitional period, where there are reports only for scams, unthinkable human barbarism and loss of human values, we, at Ram-Eesh offer an ambience which is conducive to intellectual pursuits and holistic development of the children, the future of the country. We believe that every child has a fire that needs to be ignited and every child has a right to feel free and fly high.

 Our mission is to equip each child to realize his/her full potential by focusing on academic achievement, extracurricular involvement and the development of appropriate life skills required for meeting any future challenges by adhering to shared values and positive character building. Ram-Eesh tries its best to give a forum for various avenues to each child to explore himself by living his dreams and achieving excellence. The School has taken the onerous task of training the teachers, planning the curriculum and making the utmost of the resources at hand. Our excellence is the outcome of passionate involvement of a hard working team of teachers who are constantly experimenting and consolidating to the best of their capabilities.

Our efforts and resourcefulness over the years have given a history, tradition and progressive culture which we’re taking forward to the future. I am extremely thankful to you for having chosen ‘Ram-Eesh’ as a center of learning g for your precious child, who is now, our responsibility. I assure you that the School’s gentleness will create a unique learning experience that will help each child embrace life in its totality. Lastly, I would like to quote the famous line written by Ralph Emerson, “To help the young soul, to add energy, inspire hope, and blow the coals into a useful flame; to redeem defeat by new thought and firm action, this though, not easy, is the work of divine men”