Category: Microschooling

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Teton Science School Idaho

“Teton Science Schools (TSS) inspires curiosity, engagement and leadership through transformative place-based education. For nearly 15,000 learners per year, the place-based approach increases engagement, learning and community impact. Located on four campuses in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Teton Valley, Idaho, TSS programs include one independent school serving students pre-K through 12th grade, field education for...

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MYSA School

“Mysa School combines the best of both worlds: a tight-knit, small learning community that builds interpersonal skills and, at the same time, the best academic lessons, classes, and programs from around the globe – personally tailored for each student.”

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Brightworks

“Brightworks is a K-12 school that reimagines education by taking the best practices from both early childhood education and hands-on, project-based experiential learning. We strive to meet students’ needs in a flexible, mixed-age environment that breaks the conventional walls between school and the community outside the classroom. We offer a broad-spectrum learning environment designed to...

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NOLA Micro Schools

“NOLA Micro Schools is fundementally different from traditional schools. No bells ring, and there are no lectures. Students are Teammates & are in control of their own learning.”

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Swing Education

“Bubbles by Swing Education matches you with screened K-12 educators for in home learning pods”

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Khan Lab School

“Focused on providing the adaptive and technical support required to deliver a truly learner-centered school experience. Although lab school is in the name, several people I’ve spoken to categorized this Bay Area school launched by Sal Khan, founder of Khan Academy, as a micro school.”

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Prenda

“…where small groups of kids meet in informal settings and own their learning.”

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Alpine Achievers Institute

“Alpine Achievers Initiative (AAI) inspires, connects and nurtures youth, families and communities in rural Colorado.”

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NoVA Dolphin Pods

“In the wild, dolphins form pods (typically 2-30 individuals) because “they rely on social learning and relationships to survive.” (1) In pods they play, babysit, learn, communicate, alert each other to problems and dangers, and in doing so survive and thrive. Just like parents are trying to do right now.”