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Teaching the Leaders of Tomorrow
Our student body represents 19 countries, 10 languages, and all the major religions of the world. We welcome new students
entering 9th to 12th grade who are inspired to grow, excel and learn to face challenges with grit and grace and become
engaged global citizens
We believe that meaningful learning is a transformative process in which understanding, application and thoughtful reflection on information leads to changes in a person’s behavior and perception of the world around them. Learn More
Our program fosters the development of self-reliance, self-awareness, discipline, grit, integrity, gratitude, reverence, group consciousness, service and Cherdi Kalaa (Ever Rising Spirit). Learn More
Our student body represents more than 19 countries, 10 languages and the major religions of the world. Living together, playing together and working together teaches our students how to connect as family and respect diversity. Learn More
Grounded in the teachings of Sikh Dharma and the practice of Kundalini Yoga and meditation, our students focus on the development of self-awareness and self-mastery so that they can serve effectively. Learn More
Our Guiding Principles
Naam Japo – Cultivating a meditative and contemplative mind
Kirat Karo- Applying effective effort in the service of self and others
Vand Chako – Enjoying the gifts of life with the community
These 3 specific terms come from the Sikh faith, yet the concepts are universal and present in many spiritual traditions and cultures.
All of what we do and teach is grounded in these concepts.
Miri Piri Facts and Stats
- MPA students graduate as KRI Certified Level 1 Kundalini Yoga Teachers.
- Students from any background, religion or nationality are welcome.
- We have students from the USA, Germany, Mexico, China, Russia, and many more countries.
- More than 60% of MPA students speak English as a Second Language.
- On average 50% of new students have no previous experience of Sikh teachings.
- 85% of MPA students attend college or university after graduation.
- MPA is a small school and class sizes average 8 students per class.
Learning with Purpose
Our program is balanced and concepts are interwoven between four major areas: Academics, Spiritual Life, Physical Education, and
Residential Life. The overall school curriculum is designed for students to learn and have opportunities to apply that knowledge to
real-world situations, in and out of the classroom.
Students get ample opportunities to explore who they are and who they want to be. We expose students to a wide range of activities
that challenge and nurture their whole self, and give students support to actively participate in their learning.
This is where human purpose and values meet an academically rigorous curriculum. Students know how to show up, learn, interact,
and make a difference in their lives and in the world.