Shree Ram Welfare Society's High School, Andheri, is one of the oldest and reputed schools in Mumbai's western suburbs. It was started in 1951 by a group of visionaries, originally to cater to the south Indian community in the suburbs. From a small beginning in a shared community hall with just a handful of children, the school today offers education to over 2000 children from all religious, social & economic backgrounds. Our committed school of teachers grooms our children in not just formal education but also strive to impart a sense of integrity & an appreciation of the diversity around us.


Gokulam covers Nursery, Junior and Senior Kindergarten classes. The section has good qualified and trained teachers and support staff to take care of every child with utmost care.


Primary section is aided by the Bruhan Mumbai Mahanagarpalika. The norms and rules are as per the rules and regulation of the education department of BMMC.


The secondary section is operated according to the norms and rules laid down by the education department of the Government of Maharashtra. The section is aided by the State Government.


Shree Ram International School IGCSE (Proposed) is operated according to the norms of Waldorf system of education. Waldorf schools offer a developmentally appropriate, experiential, and academically rigorous approach to education. They integrate the arts in all academic disciplines for children from preschool through twelfth grade to enhance and enrich learning. Waldorf Education aims to inspire life-long learning in all students and to enable them to fully develop their unique capacities.

Founded in the early 20th century, Waldorf Education is based on the insights, teachings and principles of education outlined by the world renowned artist and scientist, Rudolf Steiner. The principles of Waldorf Education evolve from an understanding of human development that addresses the needs of the growing child.

Music, dance and theatre, writing, literature, legends and myths are not simply subjects to be read about and tested. They are experienced. Through these experiences, Waldorf students cultivate their intellectual, emotional, physical and spiritual capacities to be individuals certain of their paths and to be of service to the world.