“Inclusive education is not a marginal issue, but is central to the achievement of high quality education for all learners and the development of more inclusive societies.” - UNICEF, 2008

Inclusion is about more than just placement in a “regular” education class. Inclusion is about fulfilling our basic need for meaning and purpose and maximizing our quality of life. Inclusion is about participating in day-to-day life as a welcomed and embraced member of the community. Inclusion can happen at home, in the workplaces, in our playgrounds and churches and civic centers. And inclusive schools are the building blocks of inclusive cities.

The neighborhood public school still possesses the greatest potential for initiating the systemic change we need to create a more inclusive society. Building strong relationships and friendships with others enriches our lives and provides a sense of belonging and security, especially at an early age, when our personalities and personas develop at a rapid rate. Feeling loved, respected, and included is a critical component of everyone’s wellbeing. That’s exactly the type of community we want to create at Eureka!

We invite you to meet our families, explore our programs, and meet our partners in making this dream a reality for our all of our kids. And please sign up for our mailing list below for regular updates.

With respect, hope, and an unwavering commitment, we are honored to continue this journey with you!



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