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 Who We Are

Future Resource Learning is a group of passionate educators and dedicated parents based out of Washington, DC. We opened our K-12 school in 2018 and are proud to have served several students and many schools during our first years of operation.

  Our Mission

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Young and Gifted 

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Skill Development

Our mission is to create a learning environment in which students are free to explore individual interests, take full advantage of personal qualities, socialize with like-minded peers, and utilize their instructor as a mentor and coach.

Career Readiness 

When students enter adult life, they will be celebrated not for their performance on basic skills tests, but rather for the quality of their work and their character.

  Our Teaching Methodology

Expeditionary Learning 


Expeditionary learning involves “learning by doing” and participating in a hands-on experience. Students may participate in fieldwork, learning expeditions, projects or case studies to be able to apply knowledge learned in the classroom. The learning in this model includes multiple content areas so that students can see how problem-solving can happen in the real world.

  Our Curriculum

We offer multidisciplinary curriculum that fosters curiosity about the real world. Our curriculum is structured in a way that provides points-based tasks that require meaningful thought, investigation, and teamwork to successfully complete the task.

Will the curriculum be a good fit for my child’s learning style?

Our curriculum is ideal for the following types of learners:

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Visual learners retain information more effectively when visual aids are used such as pictures, images, film clips, colors and diagrams.

The Visual Learner 

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Kinesthetic learners process information best when they are physically engaged during the learning process.

The Kinesthetic Learner 

Auditory learners are students who tend to learn best when instruction or information is delivered orally. Other characteristics include a preference for talking, listening, and other social interactions; an ease of remembering names and songs.

The Auditory Learner 

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