Our world needs a great change in order to move forward and progress. A new order, a new wave, will have to take the place of the old to remedy all the physical, social, intellectual and spiritual ills of the world. As the vanguard of this new movement, the youth are indispensable. It is the youth, and the youth only, who have the vigor to bring about the necessary change. It is the youth who have the resilience to change and adapt and implement the vision of a new society. Without this vision, without the youth, the world will continue in the morass of suffering, injustice and exploitation that is our present social condition. It is the youth of the world only who can help bring about the new world order and the vision of a new humanity. –  Shrii P. R. Sarkar

  • Neohumanist Education (NHE) is firmly rooted in the philosophy and principles of Neohumanism, which stands for the practice of love for all creation including plants, animals, and the inanimate world as propounded by the Indian philosopher Shrii P.R. Sarkar. NHE incorporates a harmonious blending of oriental introversial philosophy and occidental extroversial science. Its methodology is flexible, creative and culturally sensitive, making it adaptable to different cultures and parts of the world.

    Neohumanist Education seeks to redefine the human experience. Current educational practice works on a model of the individual as a singular entity pitted against the forces of nature. National educational systems impart skills and narrow-minded sentiments that neither prepare students for the jobs of the future, nor empower them to create a better world. Competition and the need to dominate and control are the hallmarks of this system.

    Neohumanist Education rejects this vision of humanity and proposes instead that we are all beings intimately linked with all things living and non-living. As such, the insecurities born of alienation and loneliness that drive our society become meaningless.

    Neohumanist Education unleashes infinite learning potential into our lives by expanding our understanding of ourselves and our potential. Spirituality, creativity and love are at the center of this new force.

    Imagination, the power to conceive and enact wonderful dreams, brings life and energy into the lives of teachers, students and their families. Since we feel connected to all in this noble endeavor, we see ourselves in others, and affirm that kinship through service to our universal family.

  • Holistic Development
    Universal Love and Values
    Astaunga Yoga
    Ecological and Social Consciousness
    Academic, Practical and Personal Skills
    Knowledge of Self and World Applied for Universal Welfare
    Joyful Learning through the Arts
    Culturally Sensitive and Inclusive Approach
    Integrated  and Emergent Curriculum
    Exemplary Role of the Educators