In the years leading up to Einstein's year of discoveries in 1905, Einstein formulated and confirmed many of us ideas by chatting with us in sessions that we called the Olympia Academy.
In his early years, Einstein was a very unusual child who spoke late, and enjoyed tackling higher educational standards to escape his school's regulations for curiosity.
In his early teens, Einstein's father's business closed down and his family moved to Italy, leaving him in boarding school.
During this time, Einstein wrote a paper on electromagnetism that proved a scientist in a highly debated topic. This continuous curiosity lead to an increase in Einstein's questioning which eventually lead him to be sen back to his parents.
In Switzerland, Einstein was met with new freedom and determination to pursue his goals. He went to an electrical college and a ETH program for math and physics.