MUSE Global, an innovative early childhood education franchise founded by James Cameron, Suzy Amis Cameron and Rebecca Amis, today announced its approval to offer franchises in the state of California.
This announcement marks the continued expansion into new territories for MUSE Global, the international franchise brand of MUSE School.
“The original MUSE School is located in Calabasas, and we regularly attract students and families that choose to drive a surprising distance,” said Rebecca Amis, cofounder and chief innovation officer of MUSE Global. “Their willingness to commute perfectly illustrates California’s growing need for more high-quality early education opportunities, and being able to offer this franchise opportunity to others in our home state is a huge step toward addressing that need.”
MUSE Global schools provide a passion-based and child-centered education model with a focus on sustainability. The first school in the U.S. to offer a 100 percent organic, plant-based lunch program, MUSE teaches specialized courses such as Seed-to-Table to encourage a more sustainable lifestyle among students.
“Our education model not only benefits the students, but it benefits the world around them,” said Jeff King, CEO of MUSE Global. “We teach children to be both inwardly and outwardly sustainable, and we’re seeking partners in California that are not only passionate about education but dedicated to their community and the environment. Each MUSE Global franchise will have the opportunity to leave the world better than they found it, and as we grow, we’re confident the impact of our program will resonate around the globe.”