Einstein School Foundation

A nonprofit organization

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The mission of the Einstein School Foundation is to support the educational activities and growth of the Einstein School, a private, non-profit, college preparatory school for students in grades 5-12. Einstein's STEAM-aligned curriculum balances technology with high-interest, interactive, hands-on lessons and advanced academics. This comprehensive approach to learning preserves students’ natural curiosity and allows them to excel in college and beyond. An Einstein education is unique. The extraordinary social, developmental, and academic opportunities Einstein provides cannot be found elsewhere. Einstein inspires excellence in its students by encouraging their innate curiosity and nurturing their creative talents.  

Fundraising efforts of the Einstein School Foundation support the capital campaign to fund a new, permanent campus, endowing the Einstein School Scholarship fund, and supporting STEAM educational programs at the school. 

Support from donors makes possible the deep exploration and playful ingenuity that are the hallmarks of an Einstein education. Thanks to the generosity of friends of the Einstein School, students find that intellectual curiosity is its own reward, and graduates carry this discovery with them out into the wider world. 


The mission of the Einstein School Foundation is to support the educational activities and growth of the Einstein School, a 5th through 12th grade private school that provides students with a college preparatory program in a small classroom setting, focusing on the needs of individual students and recognizing that “no two students learn alike.” The Einstein School is part of Creative Learning 4 Kids, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.


Every gift received in support of the Einstein School has a meaningful impact on the lives of its students. Their success is everyone's success, and is made possible by contributions from our generous donors. Funds donated to the Einstein School Foundation are used for classroom and program enhancement, student scholarship fund, and the capital campaign for building enhancement.

In the past few years, donations to the Foundation have supported Einstein's classrooms with curriculum enhancement equipment such as a fume hood for science experiments, Promethean smart boards for interactive learning, a wave tank to educate students on erosion and preparation for national disasters, and a hydroponic planter for botany experiments. The Foundation also supports students in need of scholarship support to continue their education. Last year, the Foundation provided Promethean smart boards in every classroom and enhanced our science department with a Unistellar eVscope to continue our space exploration curriculum. This year we are fundraising to support our revamped Robotics department with new, needed equipment. We also seek to further our presence in scholarship contributions to students in need of financial assistance to participate fully in what Einstein has to offer. We are also planning the launch of our capital campaign to ensure the physical space of the Einstein School meets the needs of its growing student population.

Equity Statement

Einstein seeks to share the gift of our remarkable educational approach with students from all backgrounds. We believe everyone deserves access to great opportunities. Our scholarship program serves academically gifted, economically disadvantaged students.

Organization Data


Organization name

Einstein School Foundation

Tax id (EIN)




Education - Early Childhood

Operating Budget

Less than $100,000

Counties Served

Collin, Denton, Grayson

BIPOC Leadership


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PLANO, TX 75093