Traditional Education

Your child is not getting the best from a traditional system.

Yorktown’s unique approach to education will improve your child’s life.

At Yorktown, we believe that children flourish when allowed to advance based on their personal and academic performance—not based on grade level or age. Come see why we’re different.

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Do What You Love

Yorktown’s “Do What You Love” philosophy encourages students to determine and pursue their talents, abilities, and interests. Exceptional real-world experiences, such as hands-on internships, help students make their career decisions early. With “Do What You Love” in place in every aspect of Yorktown, children are able to learn faster and stay more focused. As a result, they are happier with their success.

Starting at kindergarten and continuing through college-level work, higher achievement is standard order of the day at Yorktown.

At Yorktown a student’s education is customized to fit his or her own unique learning style, strengths, and interests. Yorktown understands that no two students are alike and takes great strides in creating a curriculum that fosters this approach.

Yorktown is a place where students can reach their highest potential, cultivate a love of learning and innovation, develop self-confidence, pursue creative and academic interests, and lead purposeful lives.

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