We’re here to help unlock your students’ brilliance.
As a counselor, you’re passionate about coaching teens to reach their potential and pursue their dreams. With trusted tutors and cutting-edge on-campus and online courses backed by world-class universities and companies, we’ll help you ensure their success in school, college, and beyond.
Academies for Ages 11-19
We’ve partnered with the world’s most prestigious institutions to create unparalleled online learning experiences for teens. With curriculum developed by elite university faculty and industry experts and live teaching from our iD Tech instructors, students will earn portfolio-building tech certification for futures in coding, AI, UX design, business, and more.
University Summer Camps & Academies for Ages 7-18
This is more than a camp. It’s a chance for teens to come face-to-face with friends and mentors who share their interests, all in an inspiring setting that excites them for the future. Between sessions of hands-on STEM fun, they’ll get the ultimate taste of collegiate life, from campus exploration and iconic architecture to meals in the dining halls and sweet dreams in the dorms.
Virtual Pre-Collegiate Tutoring for Teens
Led by iD Certified tutors with deep subject-matter expertise, teens will go beyond basic comprehension, diving into practice problems to develop a deep understanding of the test content. No matter their learning style, our elite tutors will create study strategies that play to their strengths, preparing them to achieve their best scores and boost their chances for acceptance.
Courses That Transform Teens’ Love of Gaming Into Real-World Skills
"Some parents are confused that computer gaming is a major. I explain it saying gaming is the hook. What the students are learning is graphic design, coding, the physics of motion, augmented reality, virtual reality, neural networks, lighting, sound, and so much more. These skills can be implemented in any industry." -Martha Y., Parent of iD alum
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