Real-World Projects

"The project-based learning is such
a refreshing change to mainstream
education and I can see how
my daughter has risen to the challenge."

- Matthew, Parent

Curiosity Learning

"I have had the opportunity to dive
into a wide variety of interdisciplinary
subject areas, and collaborate
with learners globally."

- Arthur, Learner

Inspiring Curriculum

"Everything my daughter learns has
a practical application.
She tells me that she finds meaning
and develops skills that will help her
in the future."

- Margareta, Parent

Real-World Projects

"The project-based learning is such
a refreshing change to mainstream
education and I can see how
my daughter has risen to the challenge."

- Matthew, Parent

Curiosity Learning

"I have had the opportunity to dive
into a wide variety of interdisciplinary
subject areas, and collaborate
with learners globally."

- Arthur, Learner

Inspiring Curriculum

"Everything my daughter learns has
a practical application.
She tells me that she finds meaning
and develops skills that will help her
in the future."

- Margareta, Parent

The world needs a
new education
system

School of Humanity reimagines how and what we learn to equip the next generation to create an exciting future for themselves and for humanity.

Instead of exams,

we learn through real-world projects.

Instead of a standardized curriculum,

we learn through personalized learning
journeys.

Instead of memorization,

we focus on developing our skills, network,
and portfolios.

Learners globally love our approach

Our High School experience is personalized, and designed to allow all learners to flourish and make a positive impact.

“Since I’ve been attending School of Humanity, I’ve felt confident in my ability to learn like never before. Making mistakes is encouraged, and mental health is nurtured; I am thankful for the opportunity to improve not only in my studies but also in myself.”

Elliana
Learner

“I’ve always wanted to give my children an education that will prepare them for life. So far, School of Humanity outperforms and exceeds my expectations. Everything my daughter learns has a practical application. She tells me that she finds meaning and develops skills that will help her in the future. I can see her confidence and love for learning blossom as she looks forward to the next day with excitement.”

Margareta
Parent

“My child has stepped into a wonderfully supportive global learning community where exciting and dynamic real-world problems are used to learn new skills, grow core skills and develop a collaborative team working through project-based challenges. The learning opportunities are diverse and rich, the first term has been a fun and challenging learning journey with a great cohort, wise mentors and great learning facilitators.”

Joanna
Parent

“The educators at School of Humanity are some of the best that I have ever had in my experience as a student. They are all so welcoming and are so phenomenal at their jobs, and are always open to support whenever.”

Tom
Learner

“[School of Humanity] has helped me become a better person in myself, and around each other, understand what is important in life, and what [to] pursue.”

Nathaniel
Learner

Globally Recognized

Mastery Transcript Consortium

We adopt the Mastery Transcript, an innovative approach to evidencing learning currently utilized by 380 schools globally.

Western Association of Schools & Colleges

Our supplementary educational programs are internationally accredited by WASC, and we are on the path to full school accreditation.

Education in Motion

Strategic Partner of EiM global schools, a learning community of 11,000+ strong.

Mastery Transcript Consortium

We adopt the Mastery Transcript, an innovative approach to evidencing learning currently utilized by 380 schools globally.

Western Association of Schools & Colleges

Our supplementary educational programs are internationally accredited by WASC, and we are on the path to full school accreditation.

Education in Motion

Strategic Partner of EiM global schools, a learning community of 11,000+ strong.

Interdisciplinary & Real-World Learning

Everyone’s journey is different. This is why at School of Humanity, you
will have lots of options for how you can meet learning outcomes.

Explore examples of some of the learning journeys at School of Humanity.

Tap on each card to learn more.
Our Common Humanity
Our Common Humanity

What sets humans apart from animals and machines? Journeying through human evolution, we’ll discover our distinctions and similarities.

Understanding Minds
Understanding Minds

How do our minds, brains, and consciousness work? We will explore human behavior by merging insights from psychology, neuroscience, and philosophy.

Activism through Film, Music & Art
Activism through Film, Music & Art

Can activism through media bring about social change? We’ll uncover exactly what media activism means and explore it’s historical significance.

Designing Space Habitats
Designing Space Habitats

How can we design habitable environments for humans in space? We’ll explore resource interdependence, space’s effect on health, and habitat design.

Food, Water & Energy Security
Food, Water & Energy Security

Is there enough food, water, and energy for 10 Billion people? We will explore the interconnections of these resources, their tensions, and distribution.

Maintaining Global Peace
Maintaining Global Peace

How might we contribute to global peace? We will examine factors behind international and interpersonal conflicts, and ways to address them non-violently.

Future of the Internet: Media & Democracy
Future of the Internet: Media & Democracy

How will democracy adapt in the digital age? We will explore the internet’s future, media history, surveillance, privacy, and global politics.

Chemistry for a Sustainable Future
Chemistry for a Sustainable Future

How can chemistry pave the way for a sustainable future? From green synthesis to sustainable materials, we’ll learn how modern chemistry aligns with environmental goals.

Understanding Beauty
Understanding Beauty

What truly defines beauty? We’ll embark on a journey to decipher the essence of beauty, navigating its cultural, historical, and subjective nuances.

Learning from History
Learning from History

Do we learn from history or are we bound to repeat it? We will examine humanity’s track record and dissect history using diverse perspectives.

Designing with Nature
Designing with Nature

How can nature inspire innovative solutions? Learn biomimicry and how nature inspires innovation through case studies and practical applications.

Data for Sustainable Development Goals
Data for Sustainable Development Goals

How can data literacy drive sustainability? By learning to collect, cleanse, analyze, and visualize datasets, we’ll grasp the pivotal role of data in SDGs.

Logical Thinking
Logical Thinking

How can you sharpen your decision-making? We’ll focus on assessing arguments, recognizing biases, skepticism, and discerning logical fallacies.

Computational Thinking
Computational Thinking

How can computational thinking help us solve problems? We’ll apply decomposition, pattern recognition, abstraction, and algorithms to do so.

Life’s Systems
Life’s Systems

How do organisms adapt in ever-changing environments? This journey covers biological systems, from cells and DNA to reproduction.

Geometry & Design
Geometry & Design

How does geometry influence design? We’ll delve into core geometric concepts shaping design aesthetics.

Arthur
Arthur

Since November 2021, Arthur has been an integral member of the UNICEF UK Youth Advisory Board. His role has enabled him to represent the board at various events and meetings, advocating on critical issues.

Emily
Emily

Emily was selected to represent her country in the 2023 South American Games where she won a gold in the 8, silver in the straight pair, and silver in the straight 4. 

Muzamil
Muzamil

Muzamil completed a two-week internship at National Incubation Center in Pakistan, engaging in various tasks like data entry, designing social media posters, content creation, blogging, and photography.

Your Learning Journey, Your
Way

We know that everyone’s learning journey is different.

At School of Humanity, we learn by tackling global challenges while receiving personalized mentorship from global experts. Every learner participates in termly internships with pioneering organizations.

Human Flourishing sits at the center of our curriculum, where we
guide learners to develop purpose and wellbeing in life.

Hamza is improving space rover’s durability in harsh environments.

Learn more

Arthur explores how we can shift our value systems.

Learn more

Brielle creates an A.I-powered app that connects fertilizer companies to restaurants to minimize food waste.

Learn more

Carina explores how we can tackle Climate Change denial.

Learn more

This is the reality of learning at School of Humanity.

Apply now

Pioneering Industry Mentors

Our industry mentors have a deep understanding
of their given disciplines. They use their expertise to guide learners
toward a path of purposeful learning.

Click on the cards below to learn more about our mentors.
Annahita Nezami

Annahita Nezami

Annahita founded Overview Effect Therapy and EarthscapeVR, and has spoken at Kepler Space Institute, UCL, BBC Radio 4 and TEDx.

Maddalena Campioni

Maddalena Campioni

Maddalena has worked in the United Nations most of her career, and is the Future and Foresight expert at the Early Childhood Authority in Abu Dhabi.

Mark Tabbron

Mark Tabbron

Mark is Co-Founder of RedZebra Global, a social enterprise internationally recognized for its innovative approach to empowering people.

Qamaruzzaman Amir

Qamaruzzaman Amir

Qamaruzzaman is an educator and researcher, whose PhD focussed on peace-building, focussing on peace education.

Tamaghna Basu

Tamaghna Basu

Tamaghna is CEO and Co-Founder of DetaSecure, a cybersecurity service provider, with his expertise spanning web3, cybersecurity and A.I.

Torsten Klaus

Torsten Klaus

Torsten is a journalist, filmmaker, author, and educator whose passions have taken him across diverse cultural landscapes.

Annahita Nezami

Annahita Nezami

Annahita founded Overview Effect Therapy and EarthscapeVR, and has spoken at Kepler Space Institute, UCL, BBC Radio 4 and TEDx.

Maddalena Campioni

Maddalena Campioni

Maddalena has worked in the United Nations most of her career, and is the Future and Foresight expert at the Early Childhood Authority in Abu Dhabi.

Mark Tabbron

Mark Tabbron

Mark is Co-Founder of RedZebra Global, a social enterprise internationally recognized for its innovative approach to empowering people.

Qamaruzzaman Amir

Qamaruzzaman Amir

Qamaruzzaman is an educator and researcher, whose PhD focussed on peace-building, focussing on peace education.

Tamaghna Basu

Tamaghna Basu

Tamaghna is CEO and Co-Founder of DetaSecure, a cybersecurity service provider, with his expertise spanning web3, cybersecurity and A.I.

Torsten Klaus

Torsten Klaus

Torsten is a journalist, filmmaker, author, and educator whose passions have taken him across diverse cultural landscapes.

Exciting Micro-Internships

Every learner will receive a guaranteed micro-internship
with a pioneering organization.

Explore some of our partner organizations:

LEMU

Our learners devised a campaign to raise awareness of the environmental crisis to the younger generation.

Life Project 4 Youth

Our learners proposed a plan to develop simple messages online to tackle the 1.2 billion youth currently excluded today.

Advantika

Our learners identified how to benefit cities sustainably through a service from a variety of sectors.

Amani

Our learners reimagined a farm of the future, using the food, water and energy nexus as a basis.

Humans 2 Venus

How could we set up and sustain a 1000 people Venusian community? Our learners explored the resources necessary to achieve this.

ARES Learning

Our learners created engaging learning opportunities designed to increase knowledge on designs for large scale space habitats in orbit.

Tailored Food

Our learners explored how to design, launch and scale nutritious low-cost food products in Ethiopia.

Mental Health AE

Our learners explored how to foster awareness around mental health, wellness, and the associated stigma via a podcast.

Shared Studios

Our learners identified challenges youth are facing, and the “wicked problems” they are most interested in finding solutions to.

G.tec

Our learners developed a marketing strategy to raise awareness of the brain-computer interface industry.

A Purposeful Program, for a Purposeful Life

Human Flourishing is a central tenet of our curriculum and life at School of Humanity.

We understand the importance of communication, empathy, and emotional intelligence in today’s fast-paced world.

All learners will develop their soft skills, and identify their own purposeful journey through weekly Flourishing sessions.

Tap on the cards to learn more about some of our flourishing topics.
Cosmic Perspectives
Cosmic Perspectives

In the following module, we’ll learn in-depth about the so-called overview effect – something astronauts experience in space when looking back at the Earth.

Ikigai: A Framework for Purpose
Ikigai: A Framework for Purpose

The aim of this module is to figure out what motivates us, how we can have a steady level of motivation, and how to exploit it for our goal-setting and management through the IKIGAI method.

Overcoming the Ego
Overcoming the Ego

We’ll discuss what the difference is between being confident or ego-centered, and also how to collaborate effectively with others once we can put our Egos aside.

Growth Mindset
Growth Mindset

In this module, you’ll uncover latent attitudes, biases, and beliefs about ability, capability, progress.

Weekly Schedule

At School of Humanity, learners will learn through a combination of live and self-paced learning journeys.

Instead of subjects, we have inspiring daily workshops. We don’t believe in lectures, which is why all sessions are highly interactive, involving activities, discussions, and group exercises.

Nicelle’s Schedule

Nicelle prefers to do most of her learning during the week and leaves Thursday and Friday afternoons open for her extracurricular activities.

Tom’s Schedule

Tom dedicates his Friday to activities outside School of Humanity, and feels inspired to complete his asynchronous
work on Saturday, achieving better flow and focus.

Nicelle’s Schedule

Nicelle prefers to do most of her learning during the week and leaves Thursday and Friday afternoons open for her extracurricular activities.

Tom’s Schedule

Tom dedicates his Friday to activities outside School of Humanity, and feels inspired to complete his asynchronous
work on Saturday, achieving better flow and focus.

A Global Community of Friends

With learners from 16 different countries and counting, School of Humanity opens up a world of new friendships.

From connecting online through workshops, group projects and social clubs, to meeting in-person at our Annual Gathering, we invite you to join our warm and welcoming school community.

Tap on each card to learn more.
Katie-Grace & Elliana Group Project
Katie-Grace & Elliana Group Project

Elliana and Katie-Grace collaborated together in a project for their challenge: Food, Water & Energy Security. For their group project, they devised a Marine Ecosystem Restoration plan to tackle the impact of waste on the marine ecosystem.

Annual Gathering in Tenerife
Annual Gathering in Tenerife

Our learners met for the first time in person in Tenerife, at a Whale & Dolphin Conservation. They spent the week deepening their friendships through fun activities such as Whale Watching, pottery, star gazing and much more!

Nathaniel & Brielle Exchange
Nathaniel & Brielle Exchange

Nathaniel (based in the UK) and Brielle (based in Dubai) have become great friends since meeting through School of Humanity. They even organized their own exchange trip where they visited each other’s communities!

Your Future, Your Way

We prepare learners for the future that matters to them.

Through weekly Pathway Advisory sessions we ensure all learners are equipped for their future – whether this be to enter traditional universities, progressive universities, the workforce direct, or become entrepreneurs.

Learners also meet regularly 1:1 with a personal career advisor.

Traditional universities

  • Internationally benchmarked curriculum
  • GPA & Mastery Transcript options
  • Partnerships with universities
  • AP Exams available

Progressive universities

  • Mastery Transcript and progressive curriculum
  • Portfolio of projects
  • Interdisciplinary learning
  • Partnerships with universities

Entrepreneurial pursuits

  • Portfolio of projects and solutions
  • Network of industry mentors
  • Network of micro-internship organizations
  • Strong personal brand

Direct to industry

  • Entrepreneurial solutions to challenges
  • Challenge-based education focussing on solving problems
  • Networking opportunities with leading founders and industry experts

Traditional universities

  • Internationally benchmarked curriculum
  • GPA & Mastery Transcript options
  • Partnerships with universities
  • AP Exams available

Progressive universities

  • Mastery Transcript and progressive curriculum
  • Portfolio of projects
  • Interdisciplinary learning
  • Partnerships with universities

Entrepreneurial pursuits

  • Portfolio of projects and solutions
  • Network of industry mentors
  • Network of micro-internship organizations
  • Strong personal brand

Direct to industry

  • Entrepreneurial solutions to challenges
  • Challenge-based education focussing on solving problems
  • Networking opportunities with leading founders and industry experts

We're looking for seekers, changemakers, and pioneers

Are you a curious and motivated learner with a desire
to better yourself and the world?

Do you possess the following mindsets and pre-requisites?

We can’t wait to meet you.

  • Curiosity and love for learning
  • Desire to develop real-world skills
  • Openness to global collaboration
  • Desire to better yourself and the world
  • Commitment to participating in all aspects of the learning journey
  • High School competency (minimum grade 8 equivalent) in communication skills. We make exceptions for younger gifted learners.
  • Fluency in English
  • An understanding of our learning model and curriculum
  • Ability to commit the time (30h/week)

Cohorts & Start Dates

There are three start dates every year for incoming learners.
You can select your preferred time cohort and zone for live sessions in the
application form.

April 2024
Spring Term

Application deadline for this cohort:

March 22nd 2024
September 2024
Fall Term

Application deadline for this cohort:

July 12th 2024
April 2024
Spring Term

Application deadline for this cohort:

March 22nd 2024
September 2024
Fall Term

Application deadline for this cohort:

July 12th 2024

Tuition & Financial Aid

We offer financial aid to learners who need it, so please don’t let affordability stop you from applying for our programs.

We are currently offering an Early Bird discount of 20% off your first academic year when you enroll for the Fall 2024 term before 31st March 2024! Apply and enroll to secure your place before the offer ends. Terms & conditions apply.

For more information, head to our Tuition & Financial Aid page.

Upfront/Annually

$7000

in one installment
Termly

$7800

in three termly installments ($2600 / term)

Sound Exciting?

We can’t wait to meet you.