Why Choose A Challenge Island Franchise?

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A Cut Above the Rest!

Don’t just take our word for it. Our tribe of franchise owners says it best!

“I’ve had a number of jobs in corporate America, but I never felt passionate about anything until I found Challenge Island. I have always wanted to give back to my community and this is a perfect vehicle with which to do so. Parents, teachers, administrators and, of course, students love the program and I have been pleasantly surprised by how fast my Challenge Island business has taken off. Within a year, I have generated enough revenue to cover my initial investment. You know when people ask you what you would do if you could do anything? Well this is it! Even if I didn’t need to make a living, I would still want to do Challenge Island.” Shronda Boatwright, Essex and Passaic Counties, NJ

“With the other franchises I considered, it felt like a business transaction; with Challenge Island, it felt like a family.” Leah Rise, St. Petersburg, FL

“I didn’t do anything spectacular today except deliver the product that our founder created for us to use! As always, the response from the parents and teachers to my in-school workshop was positive beyond belief. I have owned CI for 2 years now and every time I run a program, it reconfirms what I knew when I first bought the franchise: What we have is so special!” Michelle Paddenburg, Greenville, SC

“Challenge Island ownership is hands down amazing! The curriculum doesn’t need any extra bells and whistles, it’s unique and exceptional in its own rite. My fan club of parents and kids grows by leaps and bounds every day – everyone wants more CI in their lives! When you believe in something so much, it just flows naturally and those around you can’t help but want a piece of it!”  Erin Vannostrand, White Marsh, MD

Benefits of Owning a Challenge Island Franchise

  • Proven home-based business with nearly 70 franchises
  • Protected territory with at least (25) elementary schools in purchased territory
  • Unique comprehensive curriculum specifically targets most important educational trends: STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math), 21st century skills and Cross-Curricular learning
  • Huge range of ages served from Challenge Island Junior (Preschool) to Challenge Island Senior (Senior Living Centers) to everything in between
  • Can be operated on a full or part-time basis
  • Low and self-controlled fixed overhead costs
  • Year-round income potential with summer camps, birthday parties, field trips and other non-school based initiatives
  • Extensive and on-going training with continuous, fresh curriculum provides unlimited opportunities
  • Challenge Island provides comprehensive teacher lesson plans and teacher training resources
  • Owners Enjoy Partnerships Nationwide with Non-Profit Organizations Including the Girl Scouts and Boys and Girls Clubs
  • Challenge Island gives you the opportunity to give back by positively impacting your community

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Challenge Island Partner Organizations

Challenge Island’s comprehensive Common Core and Next Generation Science Standard aligned curriculum in combination with its definitive focus on building 21st Century skills in kids, and its playful, whimsical island spirit allow it to uniquely address the needs of both today’s child and tomorrow’s adult.  Consequently, Challenge Island has been widely embraced – not just by parents and kids – but by school districts, community centers, non-profit organizations, and for-profit businesses nationwide.

Here is a very small representative list of organizations that have partnered to offer Challenge Island programming:

Scout Partners include:

  • Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta
  • Girl Scouts of San Diego
  • Girl Scouts of North New Jersey
  • Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas
  • Boy Scouts of Richmond

Non-Profit Youth Organizations Include

  • The Boys and Girls Clubs of Northern New Jersey
  • Police Athletic League of St. Petersburg
  • The Centers for 21stCentury Community Learning
  • 21stCCLC Busy Bee Center
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado

 

School Districts Include:

  • San Diego Unified School District
  • Cobb County School District
  • Minnetonka Public Schools
  • Denver Public Schools
  • Terrebonne Parish School District
  • Washoe County School District

Public Libraries Include:

  • Fairfax County Libraries
  • La Jolla Library
  • Greenville County Library
  • Nampa Public Library Foundation
  • Powell Public Libraries

Community Centers Include:

  • The JCC of Boulder
  • The MJCCA of Atlanta
  • The Piedmont Family YMCA
  • Powell Parks and Recreation
  • Goochland County Parks and Recreation

Private Schools Include:

  • Chesterbrook Academy
  • Ivy League Montessori
  • Epstein School Solomon Schechter
  • Alpharetta Christian Academy
  • Chattanooga Christian School

For Profit Educational Businesses Include:

  • Crème De La Crème
  • Goddard Schools
  • Mathnasium
  • Primrose Centers
  • Great Explorations Children’s Museum

For-Profit Non-Educational Businesses Include:

  • Sky Zone Trampoline Parks
  • Monkey Joe’s Jumping Centers
  • Pottery Barn Kids Stores
  • Learning Express Toy Stores
  • Michael’s Arts and Crafts
  • Urban Air
  • Pump it Up
  • Chick Fil-A

Colleges, Universities and Community Education

  • Emory University
  • 21stCentury STEM Scholars, Camden College
  • Chattanooga State College
  • Nichols State University

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