An online high school with an interdisciplinary curriculum and innovative learning model.
Develop your knowledge, skills, and dispositions by tackling real-world challenges.
We are living in a world of increasing complexity. School of Humanity was created to reimagine high school education for such a world.
Our innovative learning model focuses on our learners' future readiness and equipping them with the essential knowledge, skills, and dispositions they need to thrive in an accelerating world.
We combine interdisciplinary learning pathways built around modern topics and real-world challenges.
Our mission is to empower learners to create an inspiring future for themselves, and for humanity.
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of skills, mindsets and behaviors for future-readiness
of industry mentors and innovators to enable further collaborations
to enable a greater sense of purpose & well-being
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As the internet and media continue to involve in public online spaces, how will the role of democracy continue to adapt?
Our economies should serve all stakeholders, including the environment. How can we reimagine society to better serve people and the planet?
How can we develop space settlements across our solar system? What are the challenges to living in space colonies, and how can technology help us get there?
Diseases have shaped the history of human societies. How will modern medicine industry keep up with and eliminate the risk of disease in the near future?
What is it that makes us human? What separates us from the wildlife and machines? How do humans co-exist with a decline in biodiversity and rise in machine learning?
A healthy ocean regulates climate. Oceans are also home to some of the most incredible life on earth. How is the ocean at risk and how can we tackle it?
“I loved the live workshops! They were always so engaging and fun, I feel like I learnt so many different skills from them I can now apply to my everyday life and I’m very grateful for that.”
“At School of Humanity, I immediately felt accepted, more as if I belonged there. I've made a lot of friends from all around the world and it really helped me open my mind as I met new cultures, sometimes radically different than mine.”
"As a parent, I was extremely impressed with the new concepts, tools, mindsets, and important topics introduced to my two teens at this critical juncture of their education & lives. "
"I learnt something new every week that just kept building onto my curiosity. I never felt bored during the program, there was always something that kept me on my toes, either it was an activity researching or the opportunity to impact the real world or even just talking with each other."
“I enjoyed this approach much more than traditional schools' because here I was driven by curiosity and the desire to change the world while in school I'm usually driven by the need to have good grades since my future highly depends on that.”
"I really enjoyed learning new skills and making new friends. The structure was great in the way that we got to do activities that would help to develop necessary skills. It is different from traditional school in the way that the way of learning is interdisciplinary."
"Never did in my wildest dreams did I imagine that I would make such unbreakable friendships in an online program. This kind of fostering community can only be found at SoH."
“SoH's innovative teaching method successfully engaged both my children to learn enthusiastically, where they never would want to miss a single lesson. They loved and enjoyed every bit of it . The program has clearly helped them develop their soft skills. SoH mentors and educators were really supportive and encouraged them throughout.”
"The community at the school welcomed me and I felt I belonged instantly, it was perfect and I met so many new friends from across the world. It felt like I can connect with people better and learn in a better way."
"I loved the model, mainly because I am able to learn in a different way. In other schools and summers programs usually we just listen to someone talking and later we do some project. However, in School of Humanity it was not like that. I was able to learn before, in the sessions and after them; talk and do a lot of activities in the workshops and learn so many skills that I will use in different fields of my life."
"At SoH I learned skills that I will really use for a lifetime, unlike traditional schools that only teach useless formulas that we only use to pass exams, and then we will never need them again."
by ensuring curriculum benchmarking and recognized transcripts. We also offer learners the option to “convert” their transcript into a GPA transcript or take Advanced Placement exams.
through Mastery Transcript and a portfolio of projects as proof of interdisciplinary learning, accompanied by partnerships with progressive universities and institutions.
by developing a robust portfolio of past projects and internship experiences alongside a strong personal brand, professional network and meaningful life skills.
by developing entrepreneurial experiences throughout high school through challenge-based learning, and networking opportunities with leading founders and industry experts.
Our program is fully online – which means that learners can apply from anywhere in the world! We organize cohorts by time zone to ensure accessibility during live sessions. Please note, you have to be fluent in english in order to participate.
Yes! Our four year high school program is a full alternative to traditional schools. It’s designed for learners that are dissatisfied with the existing education system and are looking for an exciting alternative.
Our program is fully online. However, we are working on hybrid programs in select cities so watch this space.
Yes, we do offer a select number of seats every year with financial aid. Prospective learners can indicate their needs for financial aid when applying for the program.
Learners can also apply for the pioneer scholarship. Learn more about the scholarship here.
Our programs are designed for learners between the ages of 14 and 18. We are currently welcoming applicants between the ages of 13 and 15. Though we make exceptions for younger gifted learners. Learners older than 14 are also welcome to apply.
We are registered as a school with the Department of Education in Florida, and our graduates would earn an American high school diploma. We also adopt the Mastery Transcript which is increasingly recognized by universities.
We run live sessions/workshops at multiple time zones. You can indicate your interest in specific timings when applying in our program.
This is a full-time program, meaning learners are expected to commit a minimum of 30 hours a week to the program.
Learners do not need to have any pre-requisite knowledge in the paths they picked. However, this is a high-school level program – which means you have to have a minimum of 9th-grade equivalency in numeracy, English and science to participate.