Our Mission

Inspire Girls Academy works to transform the lives of our young girls by equipping them with leadership skills and the confidence to explore their ideas and opinions through project based learning.

Founded in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) concepts the girls discover their passion through approaching problems, experimenting and finding solutions through trial and error. We are creating an environment where girls can take a risk, break boundaries, cultivate leadership skills and collaborate utilizing these principles in all areas.

We Were Inspired
to Make a Change
with This Data in Mind

Work Force

While women are 47% of the entire work industry, they are a minority in many STEM careers.

  • Only 4.3 % of aircraft pilots and flight engineers are women
  • Women make $0.78 to every $1.00 earned by men in equal positions
  • Only 1 out of every 7 engineers in this country is a woman


  • Girls self esteem peaks at the age of 9, putting them at risk of being closed off to learning
  • Girls are 3X more likely than boys to have a negative body image.
  • Girls get less airtime in class. They are called on less and interrupted more…

When it comes to math, girls are more likely to say they feel “helpless while performing a math problem.” However, on the actual PISA (Program for International Student Assessment) math test, girls, on average, only scored 2 percent lower than boys did.

Long Term Impact

“Low self-esteem is actually a thinking disorder in which an individual views herself as inadequate, unworthy, unlovable, and/or incompetent. Once formed, this negative view of self permeates every thought, producing faulty assumptions and ongoing self-defeating behavior.”

  • We socialize girls to take turns, listen more carefully, not curse, and resist interrupting in ways we do not expect boys to. Put another way, we generally teach girls subservient habits and boys to exercise dominance.

How We Are Going
to Change the Story

  • Exposure to Female Role Models
  • Introduce STEAM concepts early setting a strong foundation
  • Make people aware of the stereotypes
  • Provide encouragement
  • Teach with social and hands on learning activities
  • Yoga and Mindfulness Practice

Our Pillars
5 Foundational Values

  • inspiring success

    Our girls will develop confidence and skills to make their dreams reality.

  • cultivating leadership

    Our girls will see themselves as leaders inspiring others to lead as well.

  • breaking boundaries

    Our girls will defy gender stereotypes and rise above hidden inequalities to pursue any career they desire.

  • focusing on risk-taking

    Our girls will use their courage and strength to take risks and challenge societal norms.

  • collaborating with the community

    Our girls will learn the importance of service and outreach through involvement with annual charity/community projects.

    Every teacher, staff member, and student will embody these values in their own way, teaching our girls that there many models of femininity, encouraging them to embrace their own interests, and empowering them to reach beyond the norm.