Unleash your Creativity

Scholarship Competition for Creative Teens

  • Do you have an exceptionally creative, think “outside the box,” high school student? We want your child for our globally recognized, world-level winning creativity teams.
  • The Maharishi School Scholarship for Creative Teens covers 100% of tuition for up to 4 years of enrollment at Maharishi Upper School Boarding Program.

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Globally Recognized Creative Program

Maharishi School is known world-wide for winning at Destination Imagination Global Finals, the highest level of an international creative problem-solving competition that has over 150,000 participants annually. Show More

What is our secret to creative success?

At Maharishi School, we believe that creativity begins with a clear mind and a healthy body. Stress in the body results in a clouded and exhausted mind that struggles to solve problems, think outside the box and act in a creative manner. Show More

Creativity in the Classroom

Maharishi School structures creative opportunities for all students in and out of the classroom.

These include Project-based Learning, Maker Space, Performing and Visual arts, and Destination Imagination.

Project-Based Learning

Allows for more time to pursue passions and build a portfolio by having an 80-minute project period each day. Show More

Maker Space

Allowing students of all skill levels to experiment, invent, create, and explore STEAM education through the use of tools, equipment and materials. Show More

Performing and Visual Arts

Include vocal music, drawing, ceramics, photography, pottery, play production, experimental music & songwriting. Show More

Destination Imagination

Inspires participants in its programs to think on their feet, work together and devise original solutions to solve the mind-bending challenges. Show More

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What our Alumni Say

Zachary Sluser

Graduated from Maharishi School in 1999, received his BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2003, and now lives in Los Angeles pursuing a career as a director. His film credits include Driftless Area, Path Lights, Who You Know, The Retreat. Show More

Yale Shaw

Graduated from Maharishi School in 2009, received his BFA in 3D Design with Honors from the University of Iowa and is now pursuing an MFA in Industrial Design from the Academy of Art University. Show More


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