From August to May, Mae Merrieweather and her team rescue recently discovered artifacts, such as Beethoven's Quill that penned his famous Ninth Symphony or George Mallory's camera that proves he was the first to summit Mount Everest. And all of this while trying to escape from a series of rooms! Your school can bring four escape rooms to your students each semester, with or without learning electives. Stay sharp because the first to find the missing artifact wins $100!ESCAPE ROOM ELECTIVES
Brain Chase began as a way to prevent summer learning loss, by incentivizing academic work with an actual buried treasure. This program is by far our most popular, and it works. This is a great option for both individuals and teams from your school who are looking for something fun and engaging to do during June and July! Oh and did we mention the $5,000 scholarship and trip to dig up the treasure goes to the winner?TREASURE HUNT ELECTIVES
WHY BRAIN CHASE?
There are hundreds, maybe even thousands, of online educational resources. What makes Brain Chase different? Just like parents experiment adding cauliflower to mashed potatoes to trick their children into eating their veggies, Brain Chase makes learning more palatable. Even if you take elective learning out, students can't help but learn. Brain Chase mysteries have included astronomy, math, geography, chess, chemistry, history, and so much more. Participate in a Brain Chase program and your students will learn on multiple levels. And all while having an unforgettable adventure!TEACHER REVIEWS