School History

The School of Tomorrow was founded in 1992 as a NGO/charitable organization and as the first private school in Georgia following the independence and since has continuously operated to this day.  In 1999 school has reformed into an LTD. However, while the school is registered as for-profit business, the Founders reinvest all profits back into the school, thus operating it as a de facto non-profit.  Ever since this practice of the Founders has been maintained annually.



The School of Tomorrow offers the approved Georgian curriculum, in addition to the American based program. Recently, the American program was accredited by Accreditation International, an organization based in the US.   2021  -  "School of Tomorrow"  was evaluated by the "Accreditation International"  again and our English program was extended international accreditation status for the next 5 years.
The 2021 year  - "School of Tomorrow" became an accredited member of the Middle States Association Commissions on Elementary and Secondary Schools. This organization is a worldwide leader in accreditation and continuous school improvement.  

First time the Georgian curriculum was authorized in 2011 by the Ministry of Education and Science on the way to full accreditation. Second time it was authorized in September of 2016.  Our English-program graduates have the benefit of learning all subjects in English and leave with a proficiency of the English language unsurpassed by Georgian schools.

American program of the "School of Tomorrow” is based on Dr. R. Howard’s curriculum, which aims to identify and develop the intellectual abilities of children. By 1974, more than 500 schools across the U.S. had implemented the program. The first international school using A.C.E. curriculum opened in 1974 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. However, throughout the years, separate warehouses opened in Australia, the Philippines, Africa, Russia, United Kingdom, some of the European Union (EU) countries, for example Spain, Austria and etc. Today A.C.E. serves more than 6,000 schools and countless homeschool families around the globe.


The School of Tomorrow has had the graduates since 1999. The school’s graduates successfully continue studying and working in Georgia as well as in the United States and various European Universities.


School History