Whether you are an administrator, teacher, principal, or parent, we want to help you begin implementing Education in Virtue® in your school, classroom, or home. We offer training to help you deepen your understanding and knowledge that you may teach and live by example.

Changing the Culture

Changing a negative environment into a positive one can be a daunting task. When we begin to use words like ‘affability,’ ‘modesty,’ ‘prudence,’ and ‘kindness,’ this becomes a vocabulary that even kindergartners can understand. The common vocabulary does change the culture. Set the bar high and give it a try!

Start with the basics

School Starter Kits, Starter Kits, and products to begin implementing in your school, classroom or family.


Meet Dr. Karen Villa and learn more about the field of Interpersonal Neurobiology.

Dr. Karen Villa is a Development Neural Psychologist. Listen to her explain the developmental pathway to mental health and how life experiences impact brain development.

Learn how a child’s ability to reflect and calm their mind impacts their developing growth.

Experiences are the architect of the mind. Learn how Education in Virtue can aid in this process.

Helpful tips from teachers

We invite you to take time and listen to the way these teachers implement Education in Virtue in their classroom. Our goal is to help you teach your students and children to embrace the virtues in their life and practice them.

  • Sr. Mary Grace, O.P. shows us how to use the virtue cards to teach what the virtues ‘look like’ and ‘sound like.’
  • Sr. Mary Jacinta, O.P. shows us how she teaches the virtues to kindergartners at an early age.
  • Miss Tina Sabga shows us a morning routine for her fourth graders.

Also enjoy practical lessons on setting-up your classroom.