String Theory Schools
About String Theory Schools:
“String Theory Schools believe that creation is the imagination at work. The String Theory model is designed to train students to perform in life. We are committed to cultivating an educational environment where students are interested, engaged, innovative, and productive.
The Arts and Sciences are vital components to the String Theory education. We promote students to hone the ability to create and to be creative, to inspire and to be inspired. String Theory Schools offer life experience, academics, and the arts, forming a well-Aqua rounded educational approach.
String Theory Schools Majors program is an accelerated model that is part of our unique, core curriculum. Starting at the middle school level, students are required to enroll in a Major, which is a rigorous discipline of study either in the Sciences or the Arts. Based on the multi-intelligences, the Majors program is designed for students to gain valuable and authentic experiences by discovering individual pathways for learning and creating.
Major courses are an integral and inspirational component of the student’s day. To prepare students for the Majors program at the elementary level, students in grades K-4 receive daily instruction in the performing arts, fine arts, foreign languages, and science in addition to traditional academic courses. Middle and high school students spend 90 minutes per day in their Majors course. Commitment to the Major over the course of the student’s academic career cultivates discipline and expertise within his/her field of study and is a catalyst for choosing a future career path.
Learning surpasses the confines of the textbook. At String Theory Schools, students and teachers employ technology to enhance creativity, rigor, and access to information and discovery.
String Theory teachers are course designers, creative problem solvers, avid researchers, collaborative team members, and authorities about instructional strategies and best practices for delivering content as it relates to curriculum standards and student needs. Teachers collaborate with students to determine workflows using apps for writing, reading, creating, solving and more. As a result, our students cultivate the skillsets to become content curators, resources creators, and designers in best practices. Collaboration is key to the success of a mobile first model. No information or learner has to stand alone”