About Einstein

The Einstein Philosophy

We believe that the basis for a sound education rests not solely on the rote memorization of facts, equations, and rules; but on the ability of the student to creatively imagine the implications of this material on the world around them. As educators, we strive not only to carefully instruct our students in a rigorous college preparatory curriculum; but also to help them develop the ability to think creatively; to nurture their curiosity and to encourage them to ask, “What if?”

 

 

Our Mission

We seek to educate the whole child; a child well armed with knowledge and with an ability to apply what has been learned in real world situations. Einstein students work in an environment where creative thinking is not just encouraged but applauded and cherished; an environment where mistakes are viewed not as failure but as the exploration of a path that led in the wrong direction. The self-confidence our students gain through hard work, acceptance, and tolerance of new ideas allows them to embrace personal integrity and to develop a deep sense of responsibility that allows them to make wise and ethical choices. A rigorous education; abiding curiosity; and respect, compassion, and service to others are the principled foundation on which Einstein students will build their future and the reason that an Einstein education is special.

 

Our Core Values

The Einstein School is a community of teachers, staff, students, and parents. At its heart are our values that we strive to uphold each day at Einstein. Our core values are:

Always Learning – participating in education and implementing what is taught. Taking ownership of personal development including reading and education. Develop skill set to know materials and courses to reach highest level of academic learning. Maximize learning engagement.

Non-Judgmental – We accept everyone that is in alignment with our core values.

Color Outside the Lines – Stretch your thinking and flexibility. Be courageous and solution focused. Be creative in ideas and options.

All In – You bring your “A” game to the party. You do what is asked no matter what. Whatever it Takes! – demonstrating a day-to-day attitude of commitment.

Do What is Right – Doing what is right when no one is watching. Practice the golden rule and demonstrate the character you expect from others. Make the right decisions. – Character Rules!

Committed to the Cause – We expect above and beyond commitment to what we are trying to do. Know where we are going and what we are doing to achieve the mission and purpose. Making Einstein a better place every day.

 

Diversity

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.

 

History

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.

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