Royal Kids' Convent was founded on 29th June 1984, as the brain child and vision of Dr Jayant Bahadur Singh, under the aegis of Lal Chandra Bahadur Educational Society. The school started functioning at Lohara Bada, Station Road, with just 35 students, three teachers and a maid. The noble aim of the Founder was to cater to the future needs of the children of Rajnandgaon by establishing an affordable and good English Medium school. In 1993, the school was shifted to its present campus at Lal Bagh, each wing of the building being constructed gradually.

The school was affiliated to the MP board initially. In 1999 the school got affiliated to a highly reputed pan Indian board, ICSE and ISC, run by the Council for Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE), New Delhi.

In 2007, the school opened another branch at Churia, a small town about 40 Kilometres from Rajnandgaon. The initiative was welcomed by the citizens of Churia, as there were no English medium schools there.

In 2009, the Society expanded and established Royal College for BEd with the aim of preparing good professionally trained teachers. It was affiliated to Pt Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur.

In 2010, a Hostel was built on the campus with the objective of catering to the needy students of nearby villages where there were no facilities for proper education.

On 1st May 2013, a beautiful temple was ceremoniously inaugurated. 5th March 2016 was a sad and traumatic day for the Royal Kids' Convent family as the Founder was called back by God Almighty to his heavenly abode.

On 28th January 2017, to mark the Birthday of the Founder, a simple ceremony marked the Unveiling of the Memorial, and the Society declared 28th January as the Founder’s Day. On 5th March 2017, continuing the revered Founder’s vision and attempting to fulfil his dreams, the Society inaugurated The Royal Play School. Royal Kids' Convent, an English Medium Chhattisgarh Board School was also officially inaugurated.