Who Should Enroll

Think with Heart partners with schools, primarily independent schools, to expand and enrich schools’ course offering to include “life-skill” strengthening learning experiences that are intellectually challenging yet non-traditional. If your school would like to partner with Think with Heart, please contact Mary Ellis at mellis@thinkwithheart.org.

If you are a student of a partner school who is interested in enhancing your well-being and growing as a person, we hope you will consider enrolling in a course or using the resources shared on this site. And if you have questions about the technology requirements, what is needed to complete the courses, etc., please visit the FAQ page.

As stated in the Value of Online section of this website, online learning is effective, and it offers a different learning venue for girls who prefer to process information before sharing their ideas with others. Although both extraverts and introverts thrive in online settings, introverts, in particular, enjoy engaging in discussion through written dialog as it gives them the time and space they need to organize their thoughts. Also, the reflective writing practice challenges us to clarify our thoughts and helps us to personalize our learning.

A unique aspect of Think with Heart online courses is that you have the opportunity to get to know every student in your virtual classroom. Class size is intentionally small (10 students or less), and every student engages in weekly discussions. Our students come from a wide array of backgrounds, and you will find that you learn as much from your classmates as you do from the learning coaches.

Whether your choice to enroll in a course is one of personal or college study/career-oriented growth, your experiences in this learning community will help you in your life’s journey of growing in mind and heart.

If you are interested in enrolling in a course, please visit the How to Enroll tab to learn about the process and to complete the Application for Enrollment.

Last modified: Wednesday, November 1, 2017, 3:51 PM