A new generation of students prepared to lead, innovate, and thrive in the modern world.
Da Vinci Schools seeks to improve the quality of life for our students by cultivating culture, building future-ready skills, developing partnerships, and creating impact in our work to solve complex educational problems.
|Culture||We cultivate a caring and compassionate culture that is rooted in trust, collaboration, and growth.|
|Future-Ready Skills||We build future-ready skills through learn-by-doing and real-world, workforce skills.|
|Partnerships||We collaborate with thought partners and share best practices beyond the Da Vinci community in our work to connect education and the workforce.|
|Impact||We seek to close the opportunity and skills gaps, particularly for historically disadvantaged students.|
At Da Vinci Schools, we aspire to the following values:
|People First||We put people first in everything we do.||
|Collaboration||Partnership is paramount.||
|Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion||We actively acknowledge our responsibility to eliminate systemic bias and exclusion, and engage in anti-racist and anti-ableist actions in the pursuit of educational equity for all students.||
|Possibility||We strive to build a better tomorrow.||
|Critical Success Factors|
What is most vital during the next 3-5 years to fulfill our vision and achieve our mission?
People. Because student learning is primary and must be organized, prepared and facilitated by best-in-class faculty and staff.
Culture. Because reimagining education requires innovation, compassion, the signature programs that make us uniquely successful, and diversity, equity, and inclusion for all.
Growth. Because with adequate funds, and a mindset of continuous improvement and adaptability, we are able to serve and prepare more students in this rapidly changing world.
Partnerships. Because industry and higher education partners play a vital role in providing connections to the employment pipeline and in preparing students for college, career, and life.
Operational Excellence. Because building excellent schools and programs requires effective systems that are easy to use and accessible when needed.