Education as unique as your learner



About Us

NLA is an online educational community open to learners all around the world. We offer classes for children ages 3 – 18.

Our Educators

Our educators are not only passionate about the topics they teach, but they are also committed to fostering safe welcoming spaces for all learners.

Our Classes

Check out our class offerings! NLA offers core curricular subjects and exploratory learner interest classes ranging from a single day to a semester.


What our families say…

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Game-Changer for At Home Learning!

Rated 5 out of 5

Our son is doing the Little Learners program and it is a massive game-changer for our at home learning routine and environment. They do counting, shape recognition, drawing, building, chatting, and more! He stays engaged all day and is so excited to start again the next day. This filled a wide hole in our homeschooling routine and gave mom some much needed relief and reassurance that he is getting really good enrichment and the learning he’ll need to be set up for success! We are huge fans and can’t recommend it enough.


Freshwater Ecosystems and Terrestrial Ecosystems

Rated 4 out of 5

My LD learner took both of these classes with Marie. Although I didn’t actually sit in on the classes I could hear him interacting and answering questions. This was fantastic as he’s usually the type to just listen and not engage. Marie is a kind and engaging teacher. My son was able to summarize what he learned and for me that’s huge. I would confidently recommend either of these classes with Marie.


My Daughter loved it!

Rated 5 out of 5

Signed my daughter up for the Math and Movement class and she had a blast! Moving her body and doing math at the same time made learning so much fun and also helped her sleep well that night! Thanks again, we look forward to signing up to more classes soon 😀

Alexandra Richards

Fun and engaging coding class

Rated 5 out of 5

My 10 year old loved the code your own game on scratch class. Mahi was personable and engaging without making my child feel put on the spot. Afterwards my child was excited to practice the new skills they learned.

Crystal Jones



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Developing life skills takes up a significant part in an individual’s education in order to function optimally, overcome daily challenges, and thrive in the succeeding stages of life. There is no definite set of life skills, as it encompasses a wide range of knowledge and abilities, but…