The K-12 curriculum discovers and develops students’ gifts and aptitudes for commerce, allowing them to apply what they learn to what they love and make money off of it. Students will have tutoring, mentorships, apprenticeships and part time jobs, learn hands-on real world skills, and be directly involved in the administration, maintenance and running of their schools. Supervised students will do accounting, administration, shopping, cooking, farming, cleaning, waste, maintenance, construction and health clinic tasks.
Relationship class counters cliques, rumors and bullying with truth, sharing and maturity, discusses personal, social and business relationship problems and issues, and engenders a positive, loving, supportive learning environment on school campuses.
Students, teachers and staff will receive free basic health and dental services at campus clinics (also learning facilities), and get 3 organic meals and exercise each school day keeping them all attentive and ready to learn, teach and work, providing a solid physical foundation, instilling healthy habits, and saving on future health care costs. Each high school student will have one month of boot camp to learn respect, discipline and their role in emergency situations.