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There are an estimated 1.2 million home school and private school students in the U.S. who have the gift of innovation. Some know it, and some don’t. The problem is the alarming few training and curriculum resources available to help identify, encourage, and train these special students who are often left without a sense of purpose.

Innovators Tribe provides teachers and home school parent/teachers powerful curriculum and resources to fill this need.  These courses will help parents and teachers to have the confidence, skills, and resources necessary to identify, support, and direct these students toward becoming the best they can be!


The courses offered here were developed to intentionally help revive innovation, creativity, and discovery. Packed inside each course are exciting, cutting-edge knowledge and activities designed for grades 6-12. If you have a teenager who loves technology and hands-on activities, these courses are for them.


Your teenagers will learn about topics like engineering, nano-technology, architecture, innovation, 3D design, future technologies, robotics, bridge building, construction, manufacturing, and much more. They will also learn tools and techniques that will help them think like an innovator and become world-class problem-solvers!


If your student loves to create with his/her hands or is fascinated with topics like flying cars, rotating houses, space elevators, or house construction; if he/she loves to play with Legos or build computers, etc., this curriculum is for you.  Our mission and desire are to help teens develop these interests and guide them toward careers that need their super-powers.”


Now more than ever our world needs problem-solvers and innovators who are driven by their natural abilities, to help make our world a better place.


We look forward to seeing you in class!


“Don’t ask for what the world needs, ask what makes you come alive and do that. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.”

- Howard Thurman

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