At Furman Foundation School (FFS), we wholeheartedly ascribe to the belief that education, of all other human devices, occupies a peculiar position as society’s great equalizer of human conditions.
In this regard, we believe:

1. In the essentiality of creativity in opening new vistas of understanding and intellectual exploration.

2. In the value of self-directed learning and its role as far as the shaping of enthusiastic learners is concerned.


3. In encouraging the development of an adventurous intellectual spirit in a world that is primarily given to skyrocketing changes.

4. That there is something fundamentally disturbing about the idea that the educational horizons of pupils should be exclusively limited to the precincts of prescribed curricula.