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Our Vision

Outlaw EDU’s vision is to foster and discover the best version of self, both as an individual and a contributor to society. 

 

Our Mission

We strive to foster a collaborative community where students can develop their athletic, creative, and cognitive potential while also learning important life skills and values. Our goal is to inspire students to reach their fullest potential and become well-rounded individuals, ready to succeed anywhere.

 

Critical Thinking

Physical Strengthening 

Love for Learning

Mental Strengthening 

Community Collaboration

Relevant Life Skills

Continual Reflection

Evidence Kaizen 

Doing Hard Things

Warrior Summits

Self Actualization 

Dynamic Road Map for Individuals

Academic proficiency and literacy is gained through project- based/ Experiential-Based learning.  Academics are not taught in silos, rather integrated in relevant and meaningful ways for each student.  Below is an example of how we do that in one of our projects.

 

Example Project: Optimal Performance

Science - Understanding how to read scientific journals/ The science of sleep, nutrition, and  physical fitness/ The science behind breathwork/Scientific Method

Math - Data collection/Percentages/Ratios/Fractions/​Interpreting graphs

English - Writing (grammar, thesis and evidence, research, brainstorming to product, etc)/Speaking and Listening skills/Language/Reading/

History - Historical Thinking Skills/Analyzing different historical perspectives and interpretations/Analyzing the role of individuals and groups in historical change/

Other - Use of media and technology/Physical Fitness/Photography/Video Editing/Content Creation/Marketing/

Brand Development/Time Management 

We do hard things. We will blend ‘old school’ values of grit, challenge, and perseverance, with modern, research-backed methods of training and educating kids. During this process, your student will be challenged in some ways they may not be used to or are not currently standard methods in ‘normal’ school. Some situations may be out of their comfort zone, however, we will communicate prior to and debrief after as best as we can. At no point will students ever be danger! The only danger will be of destroying their ego and expanding their adaptability in all situations. 

Experiential-Based Learning

Academic proficiency and literacy is gained through project- based/ Experiential-Based learning.  Academics are not taught in silos, rather integrated in relevant and meaningful ways for each student.  Below is an example of how we do that in one of our projects.

 

Example Project: Optimal Performance

Science - Understanding how to read scientific journals/ The science of sleep, nutrition, and  physical fitness/ The science behind breathwork/Scientific Method

Math - Data collection/Percentages/Ratios/Fractions/​Interpreting graphs

English - Writing (grammar, thesis and evidence, research, brainstorming to product, etc)/Speaking and Listening skills/Language/Reading/

History - Historical Thinking Skills/Analyzing different historical perspectives and interpretations/Analyzing the role of individuals and groups in historical change/

Other - Use of media and technology/Physical Fitness/Photography/Video Editing/Content Creation/Marketing/

Brand Development/Time Management 

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EDU Pathways

Outlaw 1.0

Introduction of Mind/Body/Soul pillars

Exposure to learning through projects and experience

Academics embedded throughout projects

Focus on whole person well-being

Introduction to general fitness

Deeper understanding of self

Outlaw 2.0

Merit Based - gotta earn it! 

Deeper understanding of Mind/Body/Soul pillars through academics

Mentoring 1.0 students

More specific/individualized workouts

Applying self-understanding to our community

Outlaw 3.0

Mentorship with business professionals throughout all 3 years

Year 1: Exposure to careers and industry experts within action sports

Year 2: Mastery of skill through skill & trade certification

Year 3: Apprenticeship/Internship with guidance

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