Celebrate Learning

We help teens thrive without high school.

Celebrate Learning is a 3 day/week alternative to school that re-engages youth mentally and socially through fun, flexibility and friendship building activities.

We provide engaging electives, study support and a welcoming community to inspire and encourage teens on their journey of self-discovery. While being encouraged by our great team to participate in activities, teens can opt out anytime to focus on their personal interests and priorities. This freedom helps teens to develop self-confidence, self-direction and self-care.

Who is it for?

Our priority is helping disengaged highschool students struggling with test anxiety, academic burnout, ADHD, bullying or general disinterest in schoolwork. We help them re-engage through fun, social learning and goal focussed mentoring.

Our community engagement program is especially suited for students who feel lost and overwhelmed at high school and would rather focus on personal priorities like developing a natural talent, exploring a variety of career options or improving their mental health.

How does it work?

Homeschool Pathway

Think bigger than "school at home." Instead of home schooling, how about life learning!

We can help families register for homeschooling and come up with natural ways of learning life skills at home, supplemented by our great program at Celebrate Learning. We also have limited places for teens who are already homeschooling or doing Distance Education.

You can immediately withdraw your child from school by following the steps below.

1. Get provisional registration for 60 days by emailing homeeducation@qed.qld.gov.au. For an email template that you can copy and send to the HEU, click here.

2. Make a plan for the year with learning resources such as Khan Academy, Mathletics, Outschool, FLIQ English & Maths curriculum or pre-apprenticeship workbooks. Get in touch to enquire about our $50 automated plan making tool.

3. Track your child's learning and create an annual report with samples of their progress, e.g. one short story and one maths project from the beginning and end of the year.

Celebrate Learning electives

Develop social & personal skills

For young people who have struggled with social anxiety, bullying, mental health issues or low self-esteem, Celebrate Learning offers fun, weekly electives that boost confidence and encourage connection. Electives we have run in the past include:

  • People Skills using PEERS videos: PEERS is the leading evidence-based social skills intervention program for teenagers and young adults with social challenges ASD, ADHD, anxiety, depression and other socio-emotional problems. PEERS videos are combined with role-playing activities and pop culture references that young people can relate to.

  • Cooking & Life Skills: we have explored nutrition, baking, car maintenance and a wide variety of other life skills to help young people become more confident and independent.

  • Anime, SFX & Minecraft: when we have a group of young people who share a common interest, we may host special events such as our Anime Cosplay event. These special clubs and events help young people find and build friendships with like-minded people


Trial Day/s

  • Trial days: $70/day for up to 10 days

  • Full membership: $1600/term, 3 days/week

  • Fee adjustments: our current sponsorship places have been filled. For fee help information, including information about NDIS funding, please click here

How do I know if this is right for my child?

To find out how Celebrate Learning could work for your family, book a free consultation by emailing admin@celebratelearning.net. We can also recommend other great alternatives like Distance Education and TAFE.

Celebrate Learning is a member of the Liberated Learners network, a group of passionate educators all around the world helping young people learn without school.

To learn more about Liberated Learners, visit https://liberatedlearners.net/