We believe in the lifelong, transformative power of an engaging education. That’s why Success in Education is dedicated to enhancing and enriching scholastic experiences by creating, enabling, and integrating programs that change the world.
Changing the World - One Student at a Time
Changing the world — one student at a time
Changing the world one student at a time
Did you know that Utah ranks 50th in the nation in per-pupil spending?
Success in Education began as a conversation about something very near and dear to the Garff family: the Utah classroom. As parents and members of the community, they recognized a very real and serious problem—an education system that is struggling: overcrowded and underfunded classrooms, underpaid and underappreciated teachers, and unengaged students without the resources they need to excel.
A change needed to be made—for the future of Utah’s children and communities.
Success in Education Programs
The Garff family gave us a great start, but since then Success in Education has transitioned into a robust public charity. The Road to Success, Keys to Success, and Code to Success programs were created as a way to empower our students with literacy, motivate them to achieve their academic goals, and equip them with the knowledge and skillsets to succeed in a digital world.
Because education should be less about textbooks and tests, and more about instilling a lifelong pursuit and love of learning in our young people. Success in Education starts with success in the classroom.Can we count on you?
SIE President Invites Community, Participate in Keys to Success
"Rick Folkerson, president of the Success in Education nonprofit, also encouraged business leaders gathered Thursday at the Utah Valley Executive Summit to partner with educators for student success. . . “What I’m inviting you to do, is to come help,” he said." Click on the image to read the full Daily Herald article.
Code to Success Awards Female Student $10K Scholarship
In partnership with Axis41, a Merkle Company, Code to Success and Merkle awarded a female student in the program a $10K Scholarship which included a laptop, headphones, and accessories. The recipient, Kiannalie Sarmiento, posted her response with this photo. Click to read her story.