Students and Families


How is American Education is Funded?

Federal Government: 8%
State Government: 46%
Local Government: 37%
Private Sources: 9%

If Public Schools Are Funded By Taxes . . .

Then when homes are undervalued or businesses are underperforming, schools are underfunded!

Underfunded Schools . . .

Have to cut back on educational services including extracurricular and enrichment activities.

Reduced Educational Services . . .

Create a higher likelihood of students in low-tax area receiving a lower-quality education with fewer extracurricular activities.

Students Are Less Competitive . . .

For both college admissions and the workforce when they have not had the opportunity to receive a well-rounded education.

EPIC Solution: Step 1

Recruit members for our EPIC Communities Program who live in and around places with public schools that could benefit from additional resources.

EPIC Solution: Step 2

Conduct ongoing grant-writing and fundraising in order to get the financial support and supplies needed to conduct repairs and upgrades for our EPIC members’ lives and communities.

EPIC Solution: Step 3

Supplement the cost of repairs and improvements of communities (including the fundamental needs of the residents) while growing local (small) business and improving the quality of education for as many children as possible.


Our program is 100% virtual so that you can commit to success without leaving home!

Program Overview:

The Virtual Student Support Program will be discontinued in June of  2026. Until then, students will be offered: Financial Support (for life’s emergencies); Academic Support; Goal Setting; Study Skills; Time Management; Career Planning; Apprenticeship and Internship Coordination; Industry-Specific Certifications; College Planning; and Financial Aid and Scholarship Assistance.

9th Grade:

We work with you to assure that you stay on track to graduate from high school.

10th Grade:

We begin to prepare you for the SAT and ACT to give you the best opportunity to be a competitive college applicant.

11th Grade:

We match college-bound students to schools and scholarship opportunities and work-bound students with career preparation opportunities.

12th Grade:

We prepare you for your transition to school or work so that you are immediately successful at the next level.


We provide funding guidance and support in addition to preparing you for your transition to a four year college, graduate school, or work, so that you are immediately successful at the next level.

Next Five Years:

For the first five years after the completion of 12th grade we remain a resource to you to help you adjust to adulthood. This includes post-college career planning and applying for grants for first-time home buyers.