System for Alternative Schooling and Education is founded on a love for children and their unique learning needs, a passion for meaningful education, and a futuristic educational philosophy of Posthumanism.
We are a system that believes every child has immeasurable potential and is a unique possibility of its own, for whom a mechanised education cannot cater. We believe in the power of progressive education to transform the world into a better place, and the children are the bringers of that transformation. We believe in holistic and nourishing education, which should be flexible and open and render autonomy to the learners and their parents.
We are inspired by the Posthumanism Education philosophy and the works of Maria Montessori, Jiddu Krishnamurti, Reggio Emilia, John Dewey and Rudolf Steiner for our Early Years Program. Our EYP programs are inquiry and play-based, with a Middle School, High School and Senior School offering progressive education through posthumanism. Cutting-edge research insights from leading educational science institutions worldwide support innovation in all our programs.
Our approach to education departs from the traditional methods in a multidimensional way, offering agency to learners and autonomy to their parents to choose their preferred method of education. Hence, our programs are provided in different formats, including homeschooling, blended learning, open schooling, alternative schooling, bridge course, special needs education, and after-school therapy.
Along with learner agency and alternative learning modes, our programs are designed to meet the unique needs of each learner, however distinct they may be. We work towards reclaiming the meaningfulness in education. We believe education must meet the child, and it must meet the whole child.
SASE is not just a school; we are a system that democratises education and empowers educators, learners, and parents to practice the educational philosophy they believe in. So, along with offering our progressive Early Years and Primary Years education programs on campus, we extend our open schooling and homeschooling programs to other schools and learning communities to benefit from.
Our campus is located in Banaswadi, Bangalore - a tranquil yet middle-of-the-city location, we are a growing community of well-meaning educators and committed parents. The school has two proposed extended field campuses- an Ocean campus in Thulushdoo, Maldives, and a Forest Campus in Sakleshpur of the Western Ghats.
We are bringing meaningful, progressive, flexible and inclusive education that doesn’t require your child to fit in, but to stand out, the education that meets your child's uniqueness. We are positively changing the world through new age learning by Posthumanist educational philosophy: an education that’s first of its kind in India and one the world needs NOW.
Join us to gift your child a futuristic education that will help them blossom.
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