We believe that the basis for a sound education does not rest solely on the rote memorization of facts, equations, and rules. We want students’ to creatively imagine the implications of our material on the world around them.
As educators, we strive to carefully instruct our students in a rigorous college preparatory curriculum. At the same time we promote the ability to think creatively, to nurture their curiosity, and to encourage them to ask, “What if…?”
We seek to educate the whole person. This provides each individual with knowledge to succeed in college and to apply what has been learned in real-world situations.
We at The Einstein School exist to unlock passion and potential, both in our employees and our students. We are dedicated to the development of lifelong learners.
The Einstein School is where, “curiosity survives a formal education.”
Individuals exemplifying this core value participate actively in their own educations and implement what is learned.
They take ownership of their personal educational development not only in their formative years but at all stages of life. Methods and skills are developed to become life-long learners.
Students and staff not only embrace diversity but champion the differences in humanity that make us who we are.
We strive to be flexible in our thinking and approaches to different situations.
Not every problem can be solved in the same way. Sometimes outside-the-box thinking is often crucial to success. Creative ideas are encouraged.
Those who are all in bring their “A” game to everything they do. They do whatever it takes to succeed and demonstrate a day-to-day attitude of commitment.
Individuals do what is right even when no one is watching. They practice the golden rule and make decisions in accordance with strong personal ethics.
Students and staff are goal-oriented and demonstrate a laser-like focus in completing those goals. They make The Einstein School a better place every day.
The Einstein School is committed to equal opportunity for all students, employees, and applicants without regard to race, creed, color, national origin, citizenship status, age, disability, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, status in accordance with applicable federal and state laws.
The Einstein School is a division of Creative Learning4Kids, Inc., a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit public charity. Since 1999, Creative Learning has provided academic evaluations and one-on-one tutoring for children in financial need.