Do you have students interested in entrepreneurship,
but aren't sure how to help them pursue it?

We make it turn-key to launch a semester or year-long entrepreneurship offering at your school, and your teacher doesn't need any business background in order to teach the course.

There's never been a more important time to teach entrepreneurship, and we make it easier than ever to do so.

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Boss Club: A Trusted Name in Entrepreneurship

Taught in 200+ Schools

Our entrepreneurship curriculum is taught in over 200 schools across the United States, and we've helped thousands of students successfully start their first business.

We make it turn-key to launch a one semester or year-long entrepreneurship offering at your school, and your teacher doesn't need any business background in order to instruct the course.

Endorsed by Baylor University

"Boss Club is quickly becoming the gold standard in entrepreneurship education for primary and secondary schools.  For students interested in immediately starting their own business, or in continuing their entrepreneurship education in college, the Boss Club curriculum provides them the mindset and toolkit to greatly increase their odds of success."

Dr. Kendall Artz, Director, Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise at Baylor University

Our Entrepreneurship Courses for Schools:

Entrepreneurship 101

One semester course for middle and high school that helps students design, launch, and run their own small business. Entrepreneurship is uniquely cross-curricular and your students will utilize so much of what they are learning in other classes!

Entrepreneurship 201

One semester course for middle and high school students that helps students grow the business they already started and take things to the next level. Combined with ENT 101, this can be a robust year-long entrepreneurship program.

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"Rarely do you find a course that requires both creative and critical thinking. Boss Club's entrepreneurship course does this. It is a great way to take classroom learning and put it into everyday living both as a business owner and income earner."

Tim England

Administrator, Heritage Christian School

Findlay, Ohio

"Our students learned valuable life lessons and the most important thing that I saw from the students is that they were able to develop critical thinking skills and were tasked with making quick decisions instead of being frozen in fear and indecision. This is such a valuable course and I would recommend it to any school!"

Ryan Moore

Director of Business Academy, North Cobb Christian School

Kennesaw, Georgia

Frequently Asked Questions

ENT 101 and 201 are designed to go together as a full-year entrepreneurship course, however ENT 101 can be offered as a standalone course.

Nope! The foundational lessons of each week are pre-recorded videos that we have made walking the entrepreneurs through steps A-Z of starting their own business. If you have extra experience to share, then all the better! But it's definitely not required.

If you are using both ENT 101 and ENT 201, it still lasts a full school year and so it can easily be adjusted for trimesters. If you are only offering ENT 101, the course can be shortened accordingly and you will be billed on a prorated basis.

Both courses have pre-recorded videos that serve as the foundational entrepreneurship instruction, and the rest of class time is spent with the students implementing the lessons directly in their businesses. Teachers also have a host of additional resources like supplemental videos, class discussion prompts, activities, and more, to formulate class time.

Yes, soon! We are working hard to make lesson plans for both courses, and will have different versions based on if your class meets one day per week all of the way up to five times per week. These will be available starting in the Fall 2022 semester. Grading rubrics will also be incorporated into the lesson plans but you can always customize this to your needs and preferences.

The high school version of ENT 101 and ENT 201 is able to go into more depth in certain topics, and in many instances teaches college-level material. Both middle and high school courses progress through similar content and the same goal, but certain lectures may be taught differently or not appear in the middle school version to cater to their learning level. For more information, schedule a call with us or look at our course syllabi.

We meet most if not all of many state and accreditation requirements for teaching entrepreneurship. If you have a specific set of requirements, send them to us and we can do a cross-walk for you and show you how our course compares.

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