Applied Scholastics International is a non-profit, public benefit organization formed in 1972 by educators from colleges, universities, and both public and private schools.
The mission of Applied Scholastics is to provide effective education services and materials that help people learn how to learn and thereby work effectively to achieve their goals and realize their full potential.
The Delphian School is licensed to use Applied Scholastics educational services.
In countries throughout the world, from urban centers in Europe and America to the townships of South Africa, Applied Scholastics is helping both children and adults learn how to learn, utilizing methods that have proven to be effective at all levels of educational development. These specialized methods, known as Study Technology, were developed by author and humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard .
A series of books published by Applied Scholastics International is designed to present Study Technology and other educational material developed by Mr. Hubbard in a form that is readily usable by both educators and students of all ages.
Study Technology enables students to understand and apply what they have studied and to retain this ability throughout their lives.
To find out more about Applied Scholastics and Study Technology, visit their web site at www.AppliedScholastics.org.