Space to learn.

Colearning empowers creativity, play, and wellness without sacrificing academics or socialization. It's an entirely new way to learn that prepares kids for a creative, independent future. But it's not just for kids. Colearning parents enjoy a family life that's flexible, convenient, and on their schedule.

Real learning backed by science.

Colearning provides the same academic structure as homeschooling, but with top 1% learning guides, peers to collaborate with, and access to incredible tools and resources. A broad analysis of scientific research on homeschooling found that homeschoolers perform better academically than their peers in traditional schools.

Socialization built-in.

Kids in colearning spaces work together to solve problems, collaborate on projects, form friendships, and play together. A wider age range frees kids from set gradesĀ and creates a learning environment which closely resembles life outside of school. Member events, workshops, and guest speakers bring families together and build stronger communities.

Ready for the future.

In one of the most comprehensive studies ever conducted on education and the future of work, both employers and educators pointed to "the 4 C's" as being the most critical skills to master in the 21st century: collaboration, communication, critical thinking, and creativity. Since colearners work together on creative projects by choice, they are uniquely prepared for the future.

Creativity abounds.

Creativity is what sets humans apart from animals and machines. It's what has enabled us to cure diseases, build the Sagrada Familia, conceive of the internet, and understand our place in the cosmos. Colearning models the science of creativity by empowering freedom, curiosity, and experimentation.

A balanced, healthy childhood.

Colearners arrive when it's convenient for the whole family, move independently through a space designed just for them, read in comfortable couches and chairs, and learn about whatever interests them. They engage with peers of all ages, eat healthy snacks, exercise, play with toys, take online classes, make music, and start projects.

Freedom to play.

Play empowers kids to define goals, solve problems, gain skills, take risks, push through failures, and work with others. It is linked to growth in memory, self-regulation, oral language, social development, and literacy. Colearning restores a child's human right to play. Spaces are filled with creative tools, learning materials, and toys to inspire their natural curiosity.