|About Us: Our Mission & Vision
Extraordinary Education is a cooperative 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We rely on donations and service from numerous volunteers as well as tuition and fees from our classes to make our program possible.
The Extraordinary Education Center is not designed to be a full-time private school, although a wide variety of core and enrichment learning opportunities are offered. Instead, our goal is to provide classes, activities and support services to families as they seek to meet the educational needs of their extraordinary students. Parents retain control of and responsibility for their child's education.
Some of the services available through Extraordinary Education include clubs, classes, teams, competitions, field trips and social activities for students and support, information and educational workshops for parents. A Resource Center and referrals to help families in their educational journey are services we hope to provide as we grow.
Our Approach to Learning
- We believe in multiple intelligences and that all children are extraordinary and gifted in different ways.
- We believe that parents have both the right and the responsibility to direct their child's education and development.
- We prefer hands-on, innovative, integrated, exciting, engaging, and enriching learning experiences that extend learning well beyond the ordinary.
Our goal is to make education EXTRA-ordinary!
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Who We Serve
We serve families in the South Montgomery county and north Harris county areas including The Woodlands, Tomball, Conroe, Magnolia and Spring. Some of our students have come from as far away as Willis, Montgomery, Kingwood, Cleveland, Bellaire, Huntsville and even Madisonville.
All students are welcome regardless of race, religion, creed, gender or national origin. Participants must recognize that the organization is faith-based and is founded on a Biblical Judeo-Christian worldview. Participants will be expected to support our Statement of Faith while participating in Extraordinary Education activities and programs.
The Extraordinary Education Center is a faith-based, non-profit organization made up of extraordinarily dedicated parents and teachers who work together to improve the educational options available to families with extraordinary kids.
We are a member-supported, member-driven community. The organization is designed to operate as a cooperative. As a cooperative, all families involved contribute both time and finances in order to continue the work of the organization. The end result is a high-quality, cost-effective program that is responsive to the students' needs and parents' concerns and values.
All families who participate in the programs offered by the Extraordinary Education Family Learning Center are considered members. Your membership dues are part of your monthly fees.
Teachers and those in leadership positions must agree to support our Statement of Faith.
All families are encouraged to exercise their membership muscle and make our program truly extraordinary! Get involved with a committee, run for office, volunteer to assist in a class or pitch in to help with fundraising. There are lots of ways to be a community member.
We are a community that values individual choices based on individual needs and goals. Not only can you choose your classes and activities based on your educational plans and needs, but you can also choose your level of involvement. Volunteer positions are available to help families with class costs while a small minimum volunteer commitment is expected from each participating family.