Our goal is to create great human beings – not great scholars, but great human beings.
There are a tremendous number of vulnerable children in the world that are growing up in immense poverty, are part of a marginalized class or are so severely underprivileged that their prospect of obtaining an education and living a productive life is quite grave. Many of these children have the intelligence to become the world’s greatest thinkers, innovators, and trailblazers but are never given the opportunity to realize their full potential.
The Foundation aims to bridge this gap by bringing the most underprivileged children together with the most privileged children and providing both with a stepping stone to achieve great success. To do this, it is now devoting its efforts to the creation of an educational institution for students from Kindergarten to Grade 12 that embodies a truly unique concept unparalleled to any other in the world. Our goal is to provide not only an exceptional education to our students but also a true understanding of privilege and citizenship.
Half of the enrollment in every grade will comprise students paying full tuition, while the other half will be comprised of vulnerable children from across the world. Class sizes of no more than 25 will afford the students the opportunity to learn from one another, to understand privilege, class and social responsibility, and to create bonds that will last a lifetime. In the year of inception, we will accept vulnerable children from the age of 2 to 6 into our student body. These children will grow and be nurtured throughout their formative years and we will give them the tools they need to ensure that they become the leaders of tomorrow.
Each privileged student will be paired with a vulnerable student to help, guide and teach him or her. Our privileged students are encouraged to spend time with their partner, learn from them, and even invite them home for holidays. All of our students will be accustomed to a certain standard of living that is unimaginable for the other half. It will be a significantly humbling experience for our privileged students.
The Foundation will aim to maintain the highest standard of living possible for all students thereby showing our underprivileged student body that anything is possible and with hard work and discipline, they too can make for themselves the life they deserve. All students will be required to take an entrance examination that will test, among other things, a passion for learning. Our aim is to bring together the youngest, most brilliant minds in the world, foster them through education, and turn them into the type of leaders that this world needs – those with empathy, compassion, and humility.
Every student will be required to complete an entrance examination which will test among other things, his or her passion for learning, to ensure the student’s success in our program. Students will be admitted based on the results of this examination.
Students will have the option of participating in the following extra-curricular activities:
Water (Swimming, Surfing, Kayaking, Canoeing)
Ice (Skating, Ice Hockey)
Field (Soccer, Football, Baseball, Cricket, Track & Field, Tennis, Horseback Riding)
Drama, Choir. Art, Photography, Dance, Band, Music
Mind & Body
Yoga, Tai Chi