Our Purpose

To help all individuals become their best selves by promoting social emotion learning (SEL) and good health habits during early childhood and continuing into adulthood.

We Do this By

  • Advocating
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Santoro Education Lifeskills Foundation

SELF is dedicated to helping everyone learn important lessons about health and self-character as early in life as possible. We believe through early childhood social and emotional learning (SEL.) we can implement proper foundational life-skills for all individuals. This implementation will ultimately reshape humanity and upgrade our society. To learn more click here.

SEL is your Steering wheel for life.
Would you build a race car without a steering wheel?

Our Programs

Provides an opportunity for students to learn the real-world application of the skills we teach

The focus of this book is helping people understand themselves, and better relate to others. All profits from this book will go to the SANTORO EDUCATIONAL LIFESKILLS FOUNDATION.

The author’s definition of RICH is, “A RICH person is someone who is healthy, knows who they are, is comfortable in their own skin, is doing what they like, is making enough money to support the lifestyle they desire, and has family and friends who love them and truly want to be with them”.

This book is for children ages 12 to 21 and all about how to develop your social and emotional skills to enhance your life. It is broken down into 36 short lessons in four major categories, which the author calls The Power of Four:

  • Knowing Me
  • Managing Me
  • Understanding Others
  • Relating To Others


According to theCenter on the Developing Child at Harvard University “Early experiences affect the development of brain architecture, which provides the foundation for all future learning, behavior, and health. Just as a weak foundation compromises the quality and strength of a house, adverse experiences early in life can impair brain architecture, with negative effects lasting into adulthood.”


Investing in our children as early as possible will create a strong foundation. A person’s character built on a weak foundation will always need repair. Why do we have time and money for the repair but never for the foundation?

Our Partners

Educators, Administrators, Community Leaders, and you the American families.

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