Xavier's School For Gifted Youngsters
Professor Charles Xavier has spent his life teaching, learning and serving in various capacities. Completing undergraduate work with honours at Harvard University at 16, Professor Xavier went on sabbatical until he enlisted in the United States Army during the Korean War.
Discharged with honours, Professor Xavier believed that to improve the condition of the world meant creating the foundation for future change. To achieve a dream of future harmony, he continued study at Oxford and Columbia University where he achieved Ph.D.s in Genetics, Biophysics, Psychology, Anthropology, and Psychiatry. It was after this that he founded the Institute for Gifted Youngsters.
Professor Xavier’s abilities and record are peerless in New York State and highly sought after across the world.
Professor Xavier guest lectures at a number of educational institutes and is a popular speaker at various public events on the subject of the mutant phenomena. He has published many papers and books upon the burgeoning mutant population and espouses a dream of harmony between humans and mutants.