Inspiring the rising generation to reach the heights of their potential.
Entheos was born out of a desire for education that would not only include academics, but also fundamental core values; the foremost being the three pillars of Excellence, Service, and Leadership, creating the foundation for which the other values can be upheld effectively.
These values are integrated throughout every aspect of the school. Staff members that join the Entheos team must be willing to create and live within a culture that completely embraces this vision; everything will be measured against it. Students and families must realize that by choosing Entheos, they choose this vision.
Expeditionary Learning is built on ten Design Principles that reflect the educational values and beliefs of EL Education. These principles also reflect the design’s connection to related thinking about teaching, learning, and the culture of schools.
People discover their abilities, values, passions, and responsibilities in situations that offer adventure and the unexpected.
Curiosity about the world is fostered when learning situations provide something important to think about, time to experiment, and time to make sense of what is observed.
Children and adults are encouraged to become increasingly responsible for directing their own personal and collective learning.
Learning is fostered best in communities where students feel physically and emotionally safe and where students’ and teachers’ ideas are respected and where there is mutual trust.
All students need to be successful if they are to build the confidence to take risks. But it is also important for students to learn from their failures, to persevere when things are hard, and to learn to turn disabilities into opportunities.
Students are encouraged to compete not against each other but with their own personal best and with rigorous standards of excellence.
Both diversity and inclusion increase the richness of ideas, creative power, problem-solving ability, and respect for others.
A direct and respectful relationship with the natural world refreshes the human spirit and teaches the important ideas of recurring cycles and cause and effect.
Students and teachers need time alone to explore their own thoughts, make their own connections, and create their own ideas.
We are crew, not passengers. Students and teachers are strengthened by acts of consequential service to others.