The New Online School of Creativity for Teenage Girls Only

School of Doodle is empowering young women to unleash their imagination and thrive

Aug 15, 2014

Yoko Ono, Sarah Silverman, Sia and Arianna Huffington are just some of the famous ladies who are supporting the new Kickstarter initiative School of Doodle. Picture a free online high school geared to teenage girls with the objective of teaching and fostering creativity. School of Doodle wants to inspire a generation of loud, proud and creative young women who aren’t afraid to speak their mind or freely express themselves through creativity and imagination.  
The online platform is divided into the categories of Dabble, Dig and Do, all intended to spark original thought. Curious minds who want to first observe, can dabble and peruse various subjects, while those who are interested going deeper can dig in with lesson plans taught by some of the top movers and shakers in the art world. Doers are the ambitious students who become teachers themselves by mentoring peers and sharing with the online community. Debunking the traditional form of learning, School of Doodle students receive doodle dollars instead of grades. These can be used to buy real products or such rewards as a one-on-one session with an expert mentor or a field trip. The funky and vibrant idea is coming to life and has already surpassed its initial Kickstarter goal, though they are still campaigning on the crowdfunding site in order to make  the School of Doodle one of the coolest, motivational and artistically inspired sites that will unleash the creative potential of teenage girls throughout the world.

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