Education Incorporated: Embrace the Power of Personalised Learning

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When you become a parent, you tend to have a vision of how your child will grow up. Most of us picture a successful life for our child as one where they join a good, well-known school, achieve well, join sports teams, and have a large circle of friends. From there, it’s plain sailing into adulthood.

But as our kids grow and develop their own personalities and learning styles, some of us become quite distressed when we realise that the original plan doesn’t work for them. Children who thrive in a traditional school have a considerable advantage,  being educated in a system that recognises their talents and accommodates their learning styles.

But some children need an environment that recognises other definitions of talent, ability, and aptitude. In our rapidly evolving world, it’s becoming evident that one-size-fits-all education is no longer sufficient. For decades, those who found the traditional system overwhelming, pressurised, or boring fell by the wayside and were labeled underachievers.

Enter Education Incorporated, a private school in Fourways. We’re not just a school; we’re a thriving community that embraces the concept of “EST OPTIMUM SUI” – be your best self.

What sets Education Incorporated apart?

Over the last 10 years, Education Incorporated has become the beacon of innovative education. More than merely a cog in the wheel, Education Incorporated embodies a pioneering spirit that offers a transformative, nurturing, and inclusive space for learning.

Our children are unique, each with their own learning styles, strengths, and challenges. As a result of a rigid, under-resourced education system, many often fail to thrive in conventional education settings. For years, parents and educators alike have grappled with this conundrum. Unhappily resigned, most have mistakenly equated struggle in the traditional system with the need for remedial or special needs education.

But Education Incorporated is here to debunk this myth.


Who are we?

We are a registered, affordable IEB GDE-registered private school with a 100% matric pass rate. Our classes, from Grades 4 through 12, comprise a maximum of twelve children each, ensuring personalised attention from our qualified and caring teachers.



Traditional teaching holds a significant place in our classrooms. Still, we understand that the future of education also rests on the pillars of technological advancement. Education Incorporated is at the forefront of this evolution, pioneering the latest technology integration into our education system. We’re proud to announce that we are partnering with Apple, training our teachers to bring advanced technology into the classroom. Once completed, this prestigious certification will further empower our students, providing them with the best tools to innovate, create, and learn effectively.

At Education Incorporated, we prioritise on-campus learning as our preferred mode of education, recognising the value of in-person interactions and the vibrant community it fosters. However, we also understand that circumstances may arise where parents need flexibility due to travel or work commitments overseas. In such cases, our hybrid approach serves as a contingency plan, ensuring a seamless learning experience for students even when they cannot be physically present. Through our immersive physical classroom space, students benefit from meaningful relationships with our exceptional teachers, maintaining our unwavering commitment to high academic standards. Whether on campus or adopting the hybrid option, our goal remains to provide a meaningful and relevant education that empowers students to become the thought leaders of the future.


Our values Top of Form

Tell me and I forget, teach me and I remember, involve me and I learn. – Benjamin Franklin

Our values underline our commitment to each child’s best interests. Every experience is a teaching and learning opportunity for children, parents, and teachers alike. At Education Incorporated, we focus on the holistic growth of our students, emphasizing the development of IQ, EQ, and AQ – Intelligence, Emotional, and Application Quotients.

By nurturing these, we ensure our students excel academically and are well-rounded individuals capable of creative problem-solving and critical thinking.

Our mission

Our unwavering mission is to grow children into future thought leaders through meaningful relationships and high academic standards. Whether your child joins us physically in our boutique school setting or engages with us through our immersive digital classroom, they are seen, heard, and valued.

The cornerstone of our teaching methodology is fostering critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity, all aligned with global 21st-century pedagogical practices.

In the words of Rita Pierson, we believe that “Kids don’t learn from people they don’t like.” So, we prioritise the building of meaningful relationships for successful learning.

At Education Incorporated, our vision is to send every child out into the world as an independent, confident young adult with the best possible matric achievement, ready to chase their dreams and shape the future.

Successful students

Our consistent 100% Matric pass rate, even during the COVID-19 pandemic, stands testament to our robust educational framework. At Education Incorporated, we view the educational journey as a long-term process of individualized, whole-child development.

We go beyond academics and invest in holistically enhancing students through effective study strategies and collaboration.

Whether your child is a young musician, actor, model, sports star, or budding entrepreneur, Education Incorporated offers a nurturing and flexible learning environment that can accommodate their unique schedules and requirements. We welcome all children, recognising that some may be overwhelmed in large, busy environments and require a more personalized, secure, and encouraging learning space.

“Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all.” ― Aristotle.