MUSE Global, the innovative early childhood education franchise run by James Cameron, Suzy Amis Cameron, and Rebecca Amis, today announces the very first school franchise, which will open in the San Fransisco Bay area of California. Owned by Goly Casey and John Casey, the school will be the first ever MUSE Global franchise to be announced.
The news comes on the heels of last week’s Game Changers film premiere, of which the Camerons are executive producers. “A revolutionary documentary about meat, protein, and strength,” the film follows the burgeoning group of elite athletes tapping into the power of plant-based fuel.
MUSE Global is an international child-centered educational system offering innovative learning experiences within a plant-based, sustainable environment. Founded in 2006 as MUSE School by James Cameron, Suzy Amis Cameron and Rebecca Amis, the school quickly grew to two campuses and has now relaunched as MUSE Global, an international franchise system dedicated to sharing its vision of “educating and inspiring our future leaders to live consciously with themselves, with one another and with the planet.”
The schools offer 100% organic, plant-based lunch programs and specialized courses such as Seed-to-Table, encouraging students to be more environmentally attuned.
“We are thrilled to welcome Goly and John Casey to the MUSE family,” said Rebecca Amis, Co-Founder and President of MUSE Global. “Their commitment to fostering environmentally and socially conscious youth, paired with a proximity to one of the most forward-thinking cities in the world, make them ideal owners of the first MUSE Global School franchise.”
The school’s specific location will be announced in the coming months, and is scheduled to open in Sept. of 2020. For more information, visit https://museglobal.org/franchise-opportunities.