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What is this franchise about?

Mathnasium strives to help children improve their knowledge and become a master in math. Their unique focus on math education has rapidly grown to over 1,000 centers across the country.


What does it sell and how is money made?

Mathnasium strives to help children improve their knowledge and become a master in math. Their unique focus on math education has rapidly grown to over 1,000 centers across the country.

Mathnasium strives to help children improve their knowledge and become a master in math. Their unique focus on math education has rapidly grown to over 1,000 centers across the country.

Mathnasium strives to help children improve their knowledge and become a master in math. Their unique focus on math education has rapidly grown to over 1,000 centers across the country.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$49,000
Startup Costs:
$112,750 - $149,110
Revenue Range:
$45,474 - $1,008,597
Royalty:
10 % or $500 - $1,500 per month
Founded:
2002
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What is this franchise about?

Sandler Training specializes in sales and sales management training to individual professionals and businesses. Their mission is to provide solutions that help transform your business and overall success.


What does it sell and how is money made?

Sandler Trainings clients range from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies. Whatever the size of a clients business, their professionals work to identify and design the proper training solutions that match their needs.

The solutions they provide sales, sales management, online, leadership, and corporate.

Sandler Trainings selling methodology restructures a business development efforts, implements a framework that allows them to determine the quality of an opportunity, and decide whether or not to invest.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$79,000
Startup Costs:
$97,525 - $114,500
Revenue Range:
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Royalty:
$1200/month
Founded:
1967
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What is this franchise about?

The Snapology franchise provides curriculum-based courses and hands-on learning experience through LEGOS? and other building toys, as well as robotics, engineering techniques, and more.


What does it sell and how is money made?

Snapology offers a variety of STEM/STEAM programs to choose from, like science, technology, engineering, art education, math, robotics, and coding.

They also provide themed programs, such as LEGO? themed classes, Minecraft?, Star Wars?, Pokemon?, and more popular workshops.

The programs are both educational and fun: instructors focus on their students favorite topics and themes, while weaving in engineering and science concepts. Children improve their social skills and presentation skills in these workshops.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$34,900
Startup Costs:
$40,400 - $90,900
Revenue Range:
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Royalty:
6%
Founded:
2010
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What is this franchise about?

Tierra Encantada is a Spanish-language immersion childhood education franchise that provides a welcoming environment, as well as fresh-cooked, organic meals and their signature cloth diapers.


What does it sell and how is money made?

The preschool/daycare offers childcare for children ages six weeks old to five years old. They provide a bilingual education program that improves a childs cognitive development and teaches respect for diversity.

The tuition includes breakfast, lunch, and two snacks. The meals are prepared fresh daily in their on-site kitchen.

Their Creative Curriculum focuses on immersing children in a dual-language program through teaching, songs, games, and conversations, all in Spanish. For example, infants focus on basic sign language and communication, while Pre-K children are encouraged to grow their interests in learning, creative expression, and social play.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$50,000.00
Startup Costs:
$591,520 - $1,055,000
Revenue Range:
$1,468,659 - $1,879,636
Royalty:
7%
Founded:
2013
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What is this franchise about?

Finding the right tutoring center for your child can be difficult. Tutor Doctor provides affordable, tutoring services right in the comfort of the students home.


What does it sell and how is money made?

This franchises platform provides an effective, alternative tutoring method to students and parents who prefer to receive tutoring help at home rather than researching and travelling to a learning center.

Tutor Doctors qualified tutors utilize a variety of textbooks and workbooks, provide one-on-one educational support, and work with parents, the community, and the childs classroom teachers to fully understand how to improve the childs skills, grades, and overall mindset on learning.

Tutor Doctors tutors cover a wide range of academic subjects, as well as offer programs for elementary, middle school, high school, college-age students, and more.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$44,700
Startup Costs:
$73,295 - $100,995
Revenue Range:
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Royalty:
8%
Founded:
2003
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What is this franchise about?

Above Grade Level offers the students of all ages top, in-home education in mathematics and language arts. What sets Above Grade Level a part from its competitors is their one-on-one tutoring services, the best way to learn.


What does it sell and how is money made?

The franchise provides one on one tutoring programs that focus on each individual students education needs and their specific learning style.

Parents pay for personalized education that guarantees an improvement in test scores and overall grades. These expert tutors provide a learning plan and curriculum for students, offer help with lessons a child is currently learning in school, and mentors children in developing effective study habit skills.

These in-home tutors cover a variety of subjects, including math and science, reading and English, and PSAT, ACT and SAT Prep.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$34,900
Startup Costs:
$51,665 - $76,995
Revenue Range:
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Royalty:
7.0% or $400 per month
Founded:
2009
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What is this franchise about?

Huntington Learning Center provides tutoring services in subjects like reading, phonics, study skills, mathematics, and other related areas for school-aged children ranging from elementary school to high school.


What does it sell and how is money made?

For over 40 years, parents have turned to Huntington Learning Center for their child's tutoring needs. The center's tutoring programs are tailored to fit each individual's unique needs, academic goals, and schedules.

Through their proven Huntington Method, the center completes a full academic evaluation of each student, develops a personalized learning plan, and builds success through one-on-one instruction.

The subjects Huntington Learning Center covers math, reading, writing, science, study skills, and offers ADHD support and summer programs. The tutors also help with SAT, ACT, and other test prep.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$28,000
Startup Costs:
$127,060 - $268,940
Revenue Range:
$500,386 - $3,001,031
Royalty:
9.5%
Founded:
1985
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What is this franchise about?

Challenge Island is a unique children educational program with an emphasis on STEM education. With experienced educational experts, Challenge Island works to give children an in-depth grasp of math and science concepts.


What does it sell and how is money made?

The program offers children ages 4-14+ classes, workshops, and other organized activities covering the following subject areas: Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics)

These educational classes are conducted after school in preschools, elementary schools, and middle schools. Even those on school field trips, in camp, or at a birthday party can be a part of the Challenge Island experience.

Each session takes place on a different, thematic 'island,' which features creative problem solving activities, provides children with a framework of how to interact positively with each other, and fills the children with a sense of adventure.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$39,900
Startup Costs:
$48,300 - $62,950
Revenue Range:
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Royalty:
7.0%
Founded:
2015
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What is this franchise about?

With more than 400 locations, Club Z! Tutoring offers top level tutoring programs and curriculum unlike any other in the industry. All Club Z! Tutors are certified and professional, providing an array of educational services.


What does it sell and how is money made?

Qualified tutors visit a childs home for one-on-one session using a wide variety of textbooks, workbooks, and computer programs.

The business markets to students from preschool to 12th grade.

Parents can choose from a variety of subjects, including study skills, Pre-K, college-level courses, reading, math, and writing.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$19,750 - $42,500
Startup Costs:
$33,900 - $60,600
Revenue Range:
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Royalty:
6.0% - 8.0%
Founded:
1995
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What is this franchise about?

Creative World School offers a unique educational approach to encourage learning new concepts for its students. With experienced teachers and more than 45 years of expertise in the field, learning is a top priority at Creative World School.


What does it sell and how is money made?

Creative World utilizes a STEM approach to learning, meaning parents invest in a mix of art, math, technology, engineering, and science activities in an early-childhood curriculum.

Their selling point is The Three Es Education Station, Exploration Station, and Enrichment Station which are the basis to how Creative World approaches learning.

Children benefit from the programs emphasis on cognitive, hands-on, and imaginative learning. Creative Worlds Exploratorium includes children from infant age to school age.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$60,000
Startup Costs:
$2,445,300 - $5,206,000
Revenue Range:
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Royalty:
5.0%
Founded:
1999
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What is this franchise about?

After seven years of in-depth research in the treatment of dyslexia, The Dyslexia Institutes of America have created a cutting edge program to help children and adults improve their lives with dyslexic therapies.


What does it sell and how is money made?

The Dyslexia Institute of America provides various resources to those who live with this learning disorder.

This includes specifically designed materials and individualized programs to ease clients back into a school environment.

The institutes tutors work to improve a clients memory, cognitive processing, and phonological skills.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$0
Startup Costs:
$40,000 - $80,000
Revenue Range:
See FDD
Royalty:
No Royalties
Founded:
1997
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What is this franchise about?

Engineering For Kids offers one-of-a-kind classes, camps, and workshops to teach kids concepts in math, science, technology and engineering, subjects that are becoming increasingly more relevant in daily life.


What does it sell and how is money made?

Engineering for Kids brings the fun of science, technology, engineering, and math education through their camps, after-school programs, birthday parties, and more.

Parents pay for these exciting programs for any occasion, and watch their children become young engineers as they design, build, and test their joyful creations.

Team members offer classes and workshops covering interactive engineering, robotics, technology, and coding.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$11,250 - $22,500
Startup Costs:
$38,800 - $58,750
Revenue Range:
$31,428 - $471,678
Royalty:
5.0% - 7.0%
Founded:
2010
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What is this franchise about?

Primrose schools is an accredited childhood education franchise that currently educates over 60,000 children across the nation. Primrose Schools strives to provide the best education to ensure your child is off to the right track in their learning career.


What does it sell and how is money made?

Primrose Schools provides primary education for young children in pre-school and kindergarten. The curriculum is centered around balanced learning in which students learn resourcefulness, compassion, and creativity.

Students learn the foundations first. Students are taught early skills they can apply towards language, literacy, science, engineering, social studies, and the creative arts.

Primrose Schools also offers an after-school program that nurtures active minds, happy hearts, and healthy bodies.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$105,000 - $250,000
Startup Costs:
$637,900 - $6,375,500
Revenue Range:
$845,771 - $4,045,924
Royalty:
7% of gross revenues
Founded:
1982
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What is this franchise about?

The Goddard School is an educational franchise that is currently in 37 states across the nation. The franchise aims to deliver high-quality and play-based education to broaden the minds of young students.


What does it sell and how is money made?

The Goddard School provides a unique pre-school experience through its STEAM program in a safe and nurturing environment.

We also offer the FLEX learning program that provides a well-rounded educational experience to get kids ready for success in their future careers.

The Goddard School also offers multiple enrichment programs at no additional cost. These programs focus on your child's individual needs.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$259,000 - $266,500
Startup Costs:
$697,100 - $863,600
Revenue Range:
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Royalty:
7% of gross receipts
Founded:
1988
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What is this franchise about?

Mad Science has educated children in science through fun, exciting, and innovative ways for over 30 years. Mad Science does this through after-school programs, birthday parties, and much more.


What does it sell and how is money made?

Mad Science birthday parties provide a fun and exciting way for children to celebrate their birthdays and learn valuable science skills as well.

Mad Science also offers after-school programs that cover a wide variety of STEM programs. These programs provide a hands-on way for children to learn about science.

Mad Science also provides virtual courses so that kids can learn valuable science skills even when outside of the classroom.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$53,000 - $69,779
Startup Costs:
$107,650 - $286,459
Revenue Range:
$125,952 - $1,493,836
Royalty:
8% of gross revenue
Founded:
1985
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What is this franchise about?

Bricks 4 Kidz makes learning fun with LEGOS! The franchise believe kids improve their knowledge through creativity and imagination.


What does it sell and how is money made?

Classes are designed to teach fundamentals behind science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

The franchise provides specially designed project kits and theme-based models to help kids learn problem-solving skills, develop an appreciation of how things work, and socialize in a non-competitive environment.

Owners of a Bricks 4 Kidz offer kids ages 3-13+ activities like after-school enrichment classes, week-long summer camps, in-school workshops, pre-school classes, and birthday parties.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$10,000 - $50,000
Startup Costs:
$17,625 - $75,975
Revenue Range:
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Royalty:
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Founded:
2009
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What is this franchise about?

BrightStar eases the stress of finding care for loved ones with their comprehensive medical and non-medical in-home services. Whether you are looking for a nanny and child sitter services, senior care, hospital-to-home transitional care, or other alternatives, BrightStar offers a variety of service at the highest quality.


What does it sell and how is money made?

BrightStar Care provides a wide range of home care services, from companionship to skilled nursing.

Clients can request care from one hour to 24 hours, seven days a week. The registered nurses oversee a clients individualized plan of care and they are committed to providing the highest quality of care and support to those who need around-the-clock care, have Alzheimers and Dementia, have disabilities, neurological disorders, or are in hospice.

Not only are the clients taken well care of, but their families too they can give their family member the independence they need and know they are in good hands.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$50,000
Startup Costs:
$93,048 to $154,307
Revenue Range:
$43,786 - $7,609,557
Royalty:
5.25% - 6.25%
Founded:
2002
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What is this franchise about?

Big Blue Swim School makes learning how to swim a fun experience for kids. Their professional swim teachers engage with their young students and provide top-notch training; once a child gets in a Big Blue swimming pool, they wont want to get out.


What does it sell and how is money made?

The combination of Big Blues pools and stellar staff is what makes customers and their children come back for more lessons. The pools are always at a comfortable temperature and shallow so students feel safe. Big Blue offers lessons to babies as young as six months old to six years old and up.

The pools are open, which allows swimmers an easier transition in and out of the pool. Parents can schedule all their kids lessons simultaneously, no matter what age or level.

Weekly lessons are year-round and flexible. A customer can start or stop lessons whenever they want. The swim school tracks a childs progress so parents can see the new skills they gain at each lesson.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$75,000
Startup Costs:
$1,825,500 - $3,687,000
Revenue Range:
$612,130 - $2,232,622
Royalty:
6%
Founded:
2009
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What is this franchise about?

Fun Bus is simply a gym on wheels! The mobile fitness business brings fun and fitness to children ages two to seven years old. Those who board the trademarked bright green bus are guaranteed to have a blast while getting a workout.


What does it sell and how is money made?

Dont know what to do for your childs birthday party or special event? Fun Bus offers a structured fitness class consists of warm-ups, stretching, cardio, music, dance courses, group games, and more. It is the perfect form of entertainment for children.

Besides special events, Fun Bus will also visit schools and childcare centers. The bus itself is heated and air-conditioned, full-sized, padded, and carpeted with kid-approved equipment.

The Fun Bus enhances academics, builds a childs muscle and memory, promotes school readiness, and is an overall unique first bus experience for toddlers.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$32,500
Startup Costs:
$85,500 - $160,500
Revenue Range:
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Royalty:
7%
Founded:
2002
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What is this franchise about?

KidCreate Studio is the perfect space for children who find joy in creating art. The business started out of the founder, Lara Olsons, belief that the power of art can teach, inspire, and build self-esteem.


What does it sell and how is money made?

The art studios are designed just for children and encourage kids to learn different art concepts, experiment with new materials, and create their own masterpieces.

Kid Create Studio provides a variety of classes, on-the go services, and birthday party celebrations. The classes range from weekly sessions, one-time workshops, to private classes and homeschooling.

On-the-go services brings the KidCreate Studio to your organization, such as daycares, preschools, outreach programs, and more. The art-themed birthday parties include a choice of art project, materials, supplies, a giant birthday card mural, and more.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$61,000 - $62,500
Startup Costs:
$108,800 - $231,750
Revenue Range:
$287,370 - $468,960
Royalty:
8%
Founded:
2016
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What is this franchise about?

Skyhawks Sports Academy teaches sports ranging from baseball to flag football for children ages two to 16 years old. Their camps, after school programs, and birthday parties promote life skills through fun-filled team sports.


What does it sell and how is money made?

The programs customers can choose from include baseball, basketball, cheer-leading, flag football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, tennis, track and field, and volleyball.

Skyhawks offers summer camps and year-round programs. The summer camp starts when school ends and continue until a childrens return. They run weekly, up to three hours a day. The year-round programs provide an alternative after-school extracurricular that promotes lifetime skills, sportsmanship, and of course, fun!

Skyhawks also has an online store where parents can purchase apparel, equipment, and other gear for their children.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$15,500 - $32,500
Startup Costs:
$30,800 - $71,750
Revenue Range:
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Royalty:
6-9%
Founded:
1979
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What is this franchise about?

Snip-its is a hair care salon business that creates an exciting and adventurous store experience, while delivering high-quality haircuts and styling to children.


What does it sell and how is money made?

Snip-its salons are kid-friendly and designed to make children feel special during their hair care experience. The salons include cool kids styles, kid-size chairs, kid-friendly products, games, movies, and more.

The services they provide include haircuts, first haircuts for younger children, autism support, lice prevention, spa services, and ear piercings.

Once a child checks in to the salon, they receive a Snip-its Adventure Club Card and view an interactive video featuring the franchises animated group, Snips and The Gang. Kids play computer games and activities with the gang, and at the end of their haircut, trade in their club card for a special prize.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$20,000 - $35,000
Startup Costs:
$145,760 - $240,440
Revenue Range:
$170,174 - $398,333
Royalty:
5%
Founded:
1993
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What is this franchise about?

My Gym is the place where kids can participate in physical education while having fun at the same time. The childrens fitness center focuses on teaching pre-gymnastics, tumbling, fine and gross motor skills, sports skills, and more in a cheery atmosphere.


What does it sell and how is money made?

Kids can participate in group interactive activities, like games and relays, and unique classes that improve a childs abilities, self-esteem, and make them feel loved and supported.

Whether they are six weeks old or 10 years old, children of all ages can thrive and succeed at My Gym.

My Gym also hosts birthday parties and offers various party themes, such as superheroes, princesses, and more.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$25,000
Startup Costs:
$184,400 - $277,200
Revenue Range:
See FDD
Royalty:
7% - 8%
Founded:
1995
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Education Franchise Opportunities

Education franchises range from tutoring services to disability assistance, camps, sports, training, as well as all other child activities. They have generated over $2 billion in revenue annually. Roughly 2.8 million households used a tutoring service in 2018. With more than 100,000 franchises in operation, the educational franchise services industry continues to rapidly expand.

With school budgets stretched increasingly thin and parents looking for additional ways to help their kids do well in school, the educational services industry is among the fastest-growing in the country. Franchises have begun to introduce new technological tools and systems in their curriculum to help students learn material in new, innovative ways. Currently, there are more than 30 million American citizens over the age of 25 without a high school diploma. There are many franchises in the educational services industry that offer courses and programs for adults too.

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Education franchises generate over $2 billion in revenue per year

Roughly 2.8 million U.S. households used a tutoring service in 2018

With more than 100,000 franchises in operation, the education franchise services industry continues to rapidly expand

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