At Aramis Creative Learning Centers, we believe in shifting the education experience to a more cohesive, well rounded and intuitive experience for the children, parents and mentors. In the beginning phase of our centers, we will be offering the foundation and the life skills stages of learning. As we expand our resources, we will offer more classes, mentors, and the higher stages of learning. We will offer extracurricular based classes for all ages from the beginning. The structure of our education model will be defined in stages of learning outlined below.
During the early stages of development children will be immersed in classes that will create the foundation of their education. Children will learn about their innate gifts and abilities. They will be taught the core principles of life that will set the stage for their future. Mentors will guide children to create a healthy relationship with themselves. They will learn about intuition and how to develop a connection to their soul, so they can trust in their own knowing as they navigate through life. They will be taught the importance of their emotional wellness, and valuable tools to channel their emotions. They will learn valuable life skills on how to tap into their higher wisdom and how to shift their energy during times of frustration and fear. They will be introduced to imaginative classes such as art, music, meditation and mindfulness. They will explore and be introduced to math, science, reading and writing through a variety of classes. The foundational stage of learning will aim to inspire children and create a healthy relationship with learning to set the trajectory of their education journey.
Deeper exploration and branching out of the foundational classes. Classes offered in the life skills level will provide children with a more in-depth look at a variety of subjects. Children will have the opportunity to choose their level of engagement by exploring the subjects they are interested in. They will be exposed to the fundamental subjects such as math, reading and writing, however the platform will shift to real life. For example, in the foundation level children will learn the basics of math through a variety of beginner level classes. In the life skills level, they will learn to incorporate what they learned into real life through cooking classes, counting money and finances.
In the explorer stage, children will have the opportunity to choose classes that align with their interests. More advanced classes will be available in the subject matter they are excited to learn about. They will be able to immerse themselves through hands on learning. This learning stage is about preparing children to tune into their unique gifts and explore them further. This stage is very flexible, and it allows children to gain insight and experience in life skills in order to create a pathway to the apprenticeship stage where children begin to develop their future potential.
The apprenticeship stage is a unique opportunity for adolescents to take their interests to the next level. The focus will be in one primary subject matter of their choosing in for them to really submerge themselves in the subject that excites them the most. At this stage in development, adolescents have been exposed to many subjects, and will have a sense of where their gifts are strongest. If they are interested in engineering, their core classes will reflect a variety of engineering avenues. They will have the opportunity to take extracurricular classes for enjoyment, such as art or music, however, it would not be required. This stage of learning will be an important milestone in preparing students for their transition into their professional journey.
In our future vision, education will shift from 4-year universities to boutique style learning. Young adults will spend the later years of development in preparation for their chosen life path. Our learning centers will work to partner with local professional establishments and organizations to create higher education for young adults looking for hands on experience in the work world. Trade schools will be an alternative to higher level of education, where the focus will be on preparing the student for their chosen career. Similar to internships, they will have on the job training that can potentially lead to employment, build their portfolio for other opportunities and entrepreneurship. Our focus in the transition period will be about making life choices of self-expression and freedom to choose a life path of happiness and fulfillment. A humanitarian focus will be paramount and service to others will be a guiding principle. We will not only prepare young adults to continue their life journey in a professional capacity, but we will teach the importance of prioritizing emotional and spiritual wellness. Young adults won’t graduate from our centers, as there are no grades or degrees. When they feel that they have grown out of our learning centers, they will be able to move forward feeling prepared and empowered.