What is Prenda?
A completely new take on education
Prenda is a new kind of school. We take the best of learning environments, technology, and passionate people to create an environment that encourages creativity, problem solving, and 21st century skills. Our mission is to create lifelong learners. Read more about our approach here.
How does it work?
Prenda microschools are small groups (8-10 kids) meeting in a home, office, or studio. We’ve found a great blend of in-person interaction, personalized learning through technology, and passionate adults committed to guiding the learning experience. We are more concerned with the helping kids learn how to learn than we are with regurgitating information. We care more about growing into confident, empowered learners than we do about getting the answers right the first time. In our model, kids take responsibility for their own learning, unlock their potential, and see amazing results. Read more about how our learning model works here.
Where do adults come in?
We're looking for passionate people who love learning and are committed to helping open doors for the kids in their community. Do you want to help us build the next generation of child education? Feel free to read more about how learning guides are critical to a Prenda class.
If you're interested in helping us build a Prenda microschool, apply today so you can help us build the future!
“More interested than ever”
“My son Cruz looks forward to [Prenda] each week. He has stuck with it for over a year now and he’s more interested than ever.”
— M.R., Mom
“Never seen my son so excited”
“I’ve never seen my son get so excited about anything! It was like a duck in water.”
— K.R., Mom
"... a group of kids who will likely never be unqualified for a tech job"
— NBC, Channel 12 News
“Everything I needed”
“I started a few months ago. I didn’t know much but I found that there was nothing to be nervous about. Prenda provided everything I needed to get up and running.”
— S.F., facilitator
“I didn't have to have the answers”
"I soon realized that I didn't have to have the answers, I just needed to be the cheerleader, and be the encourager, and a question asker."
— M.K., facilitator