To lead by example toward positive educational change.
Orsch strives to be on the cutting edge of
best practices, offering students
creativity, independence and experience.
Orsch is a world in which education is exciting and dynamic. We recognize that there are an infinite number of learning styles; therefore, infinite approaches to learning should be available. We recognize the route to a thriving, capable learner is through independence, creativity and limitless approaches. See About Orsch.
Our hope is to share the strategies and systems we discover so that the realm of education can become a more positive place for all.
We have a school full of motivated, school-loving students. Our students tend to think the weekends are too long. And…they’re learning? Yes, they are soaring!
Orsch is dedicated to finding and implementing strategies and systems that bring the best of current paradigms to our students. We are committed to an individualized and differentiated approach.
We have broken the mold so that new ideas can flow freely. We have found the answers to a self-paced approach.
Orsch has discovered that a student-centered approach becomes a reality with a few key strategies.
Orsch has listened to students and parents; Orsch’s program is built around their needs. Our students are discovering new talents and developing known talents. Orsch students communicate and collaborate with each other – it is a natural ability if nurtured and allowed.
Orsch students see no limit to what they can do or accomplish; their creativity ability bounds with energy and innovation. Orsch students are skilled choice makers and problem solvers. Orsch students are happy.
Our systems, strategies and philosophy not only meet the academic needs of every learner, but are also proving to inspire, motivate and engage every student.
Many different approaches to learning exist. Many different school paradigms exist, from the most rigid and traditional to complete lack of structure. Each tries to serve a unique community. Our public education system is, at heart, supposed to meet the needs of every learner. Our public system spends countless dollars attempting to meet the needs of every learner, but as a system, we have yet to listen to the learners themselves. We continue to cultivate sameness.
Orsch is discovering answers.