Charlotte Church says she wants to start her own school in South Wales near Cardiff.
The Welsh singer says the current education system stifles pupils' enthusiasm and creativity. She wants to offer an alternative that would be “free, with creative teachers, and a healthy disregard for rules and specifications.”
She has asked people on Twitter for support in her venture.
In a blog about education, Ms Church says the system is no longer fit for purpose and we should not be afraid to try and change it.
Church herself went to Howell's School, an independent girls school in the Llandaff area of Cardiff.
But she says she would not want her school to be fee paying.
Many people have already responded to Church’s appeal offering help or expertise.
However, Suzy Davies, AM for South Wales West, says it would not be possible for a school like the one Church is proposing to exist in Wales.
The Welsh Government say there are already big changes on the horizon for education.