Our educational partners are

The Art of Problem Solving helps students develop the problem-solving skills they need to confidently tackle challenging problems. They offer resources in mathematics, physics, programming, and language arts, and they’ve built a community where students can connect and collaborate with their peers. 

The Academy brings together people working at the frontiers of discovery. Among the oldest scientific organizations in the United States, it has become not only an enduring cultural institution in New York, but also one of the most significant organizations in the global scientific community.

STEM Global Alliance is a subsidiary of The New York Academy of Sciences.

The Global STEM Alliance is growing the number and diversity of students in STEM through mentoring, real-world challenges, and online coursework.

The Global Education Network (GEN) is a collaboration of premier post-secondary education institutions formed to enhance the employability of students through global education and cultural exchange. GEN provides a variety of study abroad options, work and collaborative project opportunities for students exposing them to the global market.

The Zimin Foundation is a not-for-profit organization established by the Zimin Family with the aim to support education and science.

Gooddler Foundation is a resourceful platform for young people from all socio-economic backgrounds to grow with the desire to contribute to the common good.

Partnerships and franchise

We are open to discussing the use of our educational model, curriculums and knowledge base in other educational projects. If you are launching a blended learning school, we can offer you a franchise partnership and certification assistance. 

To learn more, contact us at .

Support our students

Le Sallay Academy in partnership with the GOODler Foundation provides partial tuition scholarships based on need and merit. You can support our scholarship program by donating to the Le Sallay Academy’s Scholarship Fund. All of the donations are used to cover tuition costs for families that can not afford to pay the full tuition fee.  US companies and residents that make a donation to our scholarship fund qualify for a tax deduction, in accordance with the IRC Section 501(c)(3).


If you are interested in investing in our school please contact us at, so that we will notify you about the next investment round.

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