Challenge Island is a red hot and fast growing international educational enrichment franchise on the forefront of S.T.E.A.M. Education and 21st Century Learning. Founded by award-winning educator, author, and freelance parenting/education journalist Sharon Duke Estroff. Learn more about our proven business model today!
To buy a franchise with Challenge Island Program For Kids, you'll need to have at least $50,000 in liquid capital and a minimum net worth of $100,000. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of $47,600 - $62,450. They also offer a discount for veterans (YES!). *
|Home Office:||Marietta, GA|
Challenge Island® is a Franchise 500 Ranked International educational enrichment program with nearly 100 locations in the USA and Worldwide. Founded by award-winning educator, author, and parenting/education journalist Sharon Duke Estroff, Challenge Island® is grounded in cutting edge educational thought and at the forefront of S.T.E.A.M. Education and 21st Century Learning.
Wrapped in whimsical trimmings (headbands, facepaint, and the beat of the tribal drum), the Challenge Island program features an unmistakable spirit and flair. A sense of anticipation fills the air as kids enter new worlds of adventure and imagination through Challenge Island afterschool classes, in-school field trips, camps, birthday parties, family fun nights and much more.
We offer a proven franchise model, an exciting service to deliver, and a rewarding business to own. Find out how you can join our rapidly growing tribe of owners today!
Our Franchise Owners Come From Many Different Backgrounds But They All Share the Same Passion! Request More Information To Learn More About Owning Your Own Challenge Island Franchise!
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Interested parties should have at least $50,000 in liquid capital to invest.