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The Story of Outschool

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Outschool is an innovative education platform that offers a variety of engaging, small-group classes online. Unlike traditional classes, Outschool classes give kids the unique opportunity to explore their interests in-depth via interactive, live video by experienced, independent educators.

Outschool has all you could possibly need and more. They offer classes in Math, English, Arts, Languages (Spanish, Chinese, French, Russian, Japanese, Latin, Italian, Hebrew, Sign Language, German, Greek, Portuguese, Hindi, Korean, Cantonese, Arabic, Dutch and Vietnamese) Music, Science, Coding & Tech, Social Studies and Life Skills & Games.

Their Homeschooling section has a vast selection of courses starting at age 3.  If your children are in fact enrolled in school but you are looking for additional educational support, this is your best bet. Homeschoolers love Outschool because it’s an easy way to get exactly this. Whether you want an ongoing course in a key academic area, convenient tutoring, or a fun way to socialize, you’ll find it here.

If you struggle every summer to research and book summer camps in time, then Outschool has you covered. They offer so much variety for summer classes, are budget friendly, and flexible. Who says summer school has to be boring, check out their Fashion 101 class, Weekly Drama Club even Beginner Hip Hope Dance & Choreography! Learning can be easy, fun and diverse.

In addition, Social Clubs at Outschool are so popular. Choose from Gaming Clubs, Book Club, Photography, Acting, Debate, Chess, honestly the list is too long that you must check them out for yourselves! It is so easy to join. Sign in, set up a profile with your child’s age, their interests and they make their suggestions of classes tailored to your child. You can sign up and cancel anytime and the availability of classes are made to fit anyone’s schedule.

Keep your children occupied, having fun and learning!!  As we have all heard before “Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.”

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