Applied Scholastics Schools & Programs:
A Unique Methodology of Individualized Instruction

Applied Scholastics International works with hundreds of affiliated schools and educational programs throughout the world, providing effective learning tools developed by American author and educator, L. Ron Hubbard.

At the core of that methodology is Study Technology, which is applied on an  individualized instruction basis. Through this method, students learn how to recognize and remedy the barriers they have in learning new subjects or in their own learning rate. The results of this one-on-one attention are often swift and dramatic. However, seeing this educational breakthrough in action and speaking to the students who are experiencing one-for-one what it means to be a self-motivated learner is the best way to understand how truly successful the Applied Scholastics methodology is.

Presented below are several of our school networks and programs:


The Delphi Program is a private school model with its flagship Delphian School in Sheridan, Oregon, and a network of six other schools in major urban centers around the United States. Licensed to use Applied Scholastics educational services and materials, all Delphi schools have a standardized curriculum, common teaching and administrative methods and a comprehensive curriculum training program.

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The Applied Scholastics Achievement Program (ASAP) is a comprehensive and structured academic acceleration program created to turn underperformers into achievers. It uses the tools of Study Technology in a smoothly integrated program that identifies a student’s skill level and brings him or her forward from that point.

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From a single center in Hollywood in 1997, the Hollywood Education and Literacy Project (H.E.L.P.) has expanded to centers around the world. The key to the results H.E.L.P. achieves lies in its use of L. Ron Hubbard’s Study Technology. Tutors in the program are trained extensively in the use of these materials.

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The World Literacy Crusade (WLC) is a grassroots literacy movement founded by a Baptist Minister as a response to the civil disturbances that shook Los Angeles in 1992.

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Applied Scholastics also provides resources for anyone who wishes to benefit from its schools and programs:

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