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Who We Are

Align Education is managed by a core leadership team whose skills in education and research complement each other superbly. This team ensures that clients receive the excellent service upon which the company's reputation is based. 

President & Founder

Vice President of Education

Our Mission

The mission of Align Education is to help agencies improve outcomes for youth through programs that address their emotional as well as intellectual needs.

Educational Philosophy

Education equips young people with the knowledge and skills needed to participate effectively in society. To optimize achievement, learners also must develop self-confidence and a sense of purpose. These qualities impact not only how well one learns, but also how one applies what is learned. Through learning experiences that engage the heart and soul—as well as the mind—education empowers youth, expanding their capacity to better themselves and their communities! 

To empower students, schooling must be an engaging and affirming experience. Meaningful “connections and directions,” therefore, must permeate the educational process. In other words, schooling must include supportive relationships that not only encourage all students to achieve, but also inspire their imagination and sense of purpose. 

Aligning the educational process with human needs unleashes the power of human emotion, channeling it into the activities of teaching and learning. By harnessing the passion of young people, education propels their performance to the highest levels. Passion propels performance!

Core Beliefs

All children are gifted in the sense that each possesses unique talents.

Achievement, in school and in life, has more to do with effort than innate ability.

Active participation in learning yields high levels of effort, which in turn,              yield high levels of achievement. 

Educational experiences that gratify human needs stimulate active                     participation.

It is imperative, therefore, that educators move beyond the delivery of instruction to the creation of learning experiences that nurture youth emotionally as well as intellectually.