Home School

Mission Statement

 

Vision 

The vision of the WTE Home School is that students will be molded into world scholars equipped with the tools of critical learning and self knowledge, which will empower them to navigate the many phases of life.
 

Mission

The mission of the WTE Homeschool is to  increase self-awareness and self love in  African American children, youth, and families by challenging them to think & learn critically, and transform the mind, body, and spirit through rites of passage and African Centered education. This approach is necessary for enlightenment, revitalization of cultural distinction, and self-determination that builds strong communities.

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With the landscape of education changing, families need innovative ways to educate their children while keeping them safe as COVID cases rise in Metro Nashville.  WTE Institute has partnered with HERU and the Carrie Mae Williams Center to offer an alternative for parents who want their child to be challenged to think and learn critically in an environment that teaches self-awareness and self-love. We'd like to get some clarity about what future parents and students consider most important in a learning environment and what they would need to be successful through our program. Please take a few moments to respond to this survey by clicking the link provided. Then share this brief slideshow with our partner info with everyone you know who would be interested.