At Paradigm Schools, students are referred to as scholars and teachers are known as mentors. Scholars "own" their education while being supported every step of the way with thoughtful mentors. If your child has specific needs and learning styles, see how Paradigm may be the right choice for your scholar.LEARN MORE
Using classic literature and materials, our scholars are taught how to facilitate deep conversation by using past concepts that currently shape the future. This guides our mindset in teaching scholars "how" to think, not "what" to think. Experience the Paradigm Schools difference in learning.LEARN MORE
Who we are is a huge part of the difference in education at Paradigm Schools. See how your child fits in with other scholars who love what they're learning. And, you can get involved, too! Explore what makes our school’s culture unique and what to expect as a scholar at Paradigm Schools.LEARN MORE
The Paradigm Trivium is a traditional liberal arts approach adapted for the modern era. We want our scholars to learn facts and data, but our curriculum isn’t just about memorizing information. Paradigm scholars learn how to apply their skills and knowledge to real life situations.
We believe in an absolute truth. The aim of education is to discover Truth so that we can be truly free. The role of a Mentor at Paradigm is to guide scholars to discover Truth.
Our growth model reflects the classic texts that each grade reads and how those works reflect our “Know, Do, Be” philosophy. This approach teaches our scholars to find themselves, explore the idea of captivity, and learn what freedom truly means a human being and as a society.
I love Paradigm. My children have never been happier, and have found a love of learning that was missing in their previous education!Julia H.
I went to Paradigm all through high school. Best experience ever. Not only did it help me focus on my strengths, but it also prepared me for college with its challenging curriculum that makes you think outside the box. The mentors there care about each of their students individually, and want nothing more than the students’ success.Jennifer L.