The Q-Schools methodology
Focus on the academic, cognitive, and personal development of each individual child
Different academic subjects support one another: for example, debate is a means to teach foreign languages and STEM is a means to teach leadership
Interactive learning by doing
Student-centered, family-centered, teacher-centered, and community-centered – not system-centered
Dialogue between students and teachers, among students, and among teachers
Glocal vision – students learn pride in their own heritage and respect for other cultures
Schools in different communities learn from one another
Philosophy applied in all settings where Q-Schools works: high schools, elementary schools, preschools, extracurricular language courses, and leadership programs.
Bilingual and trilingual Preschools
English language schools
English language school for cognitive and personal development through language
A youth leadership center
A youth leadership center, modeled after the United Nations, that promotes debate and discussion at a national and global levels.
Offers consultation and mentoring services for schools and municipalities for developing professionals and innovative approaches to education