This section explains the philosophy and the problems in the education system, which Altus intends to solve.
It is absolutely high-time that a new education model replaces the age-old education model.
We will build 1,000 student leaders by 2030, who will solve the world’s pressing problems through graduation from a Top School, develop the right Value System, with a Vision and Mission, flawless Execution, Entrepreneurship skills, and be Financially Free!
Our Philosophy on Projects that create Impact and Life Experience.
Everything boils down to “Execution,” “Problem Solving”, and building a “Project” that aligns with career, college, and life aspirations.
This is what Top Schools want from students. Not just a GPA!
College Counselors can answer your questions on the schools and other private coaches will assist with admission consulting, but our “hands-on” projects and recommendations will get you there.
While others address the “WHAT” to do, we focus on the “HOW”.
STEP 1: PROJECT DISCOVERY
Aligning “College”, “Career”, “Passion” and “Life Goals”, we build a project with the student. Our projects are very detailed and deep. It takes 6 months to 1 year, sometimes even more to complete.
STEP 2: PROJECT DETAILS
This phase is all about researching and finding problems. Assessing what is the impact, who benefits, what are the boundaries, how much time will it take?
STEP 3: PROJECT FINALIZATION
This stage is typically reached by elimination of possibilities and understanding problems/solutions and cause/effect. The project finalization is much deeper than a project. It is about a mission!
STEP 4: PROJECT EXECUTION, NETWORKING & MENTORSHIP
This is where we spend the most time and apply learning to solve problems and execute flawlessly. Easy said than done, but this where students become leaders.
STEP 5: PROJECT PACKAGING & RECOMMENDATIONS
The entire project has a very critical component – and that is Networking with Industry professionals, professors, non-profits etc as guides. This leads to recommendations, packaging of the project and inclusion in the College Application Form. It’s thorough! Success is usually assured.