Gifted education, by nature, embraces complexity. But choosing a school for a young gifted learner should be simple.

You know your child and what makes learning an incandescent joy. You’ve seen those eyes light up with the excitement of discovery, and you want a school where that happens every day.

Feynman School celebrates the wonder of learning. We help exceptional young minds grow into tomorrow’s outstanding leaders, thinkers and creators. Our well-founded approach brings together the three elements at the heart of that transformation:

 Discovery. We use science as a tool of exploration and explanation. To us, science isn’t a class in school; it’s a way to see the world and the core of a curriculum that runs the gamut from math and language to art and music.

Diversity. We introduce bilingual education to open the gates of global experience. Here, bilingualism means more than learning another language. It means appreciating another culture and preparing for life in the worldwide community.  Coeducational and nonsectarian, Feynman School seeks to identify, admit and enroll the most promising young learners regardless of ethnicity, race, religion or socioeconomic background.

Development. We understand that gifted children are children. Along with the thrill of a challenge, they need the nurturing and guidance to develop the self-awareness, self-confidence, curiosity, creativity and caring to make the most of their natural gifts.

At Feynman, we educate the whole child. All our students have a chance to find their voice, discover their passions and revel in learning and exploration. Through their years together, Feynman scholars expand their minds, build their talents and keep the wonder that makes learning simply a joy.

 

Mission & Philosophy

Feynman School helps young gifted students grow. We celebrate each student’s intellectual curiosity and sense of self, promote inquisitive and creative thinking, and foster caring and concern for others. Here, children revel in learning and prepare for full, fulfilling lives.

 

“Work as hard and as much as you want to on the things you like to do the best.”

Richard Feynman