KIT Academy

UPDATED: October 5, 2020

Knowledge. Invention. Teamwork.
Welcome to KIT Academy- a new way to learn through gameplay!

Calling all adventurers! Any curious, creative, precocious young mind from grades 6-10 is invited to play a groundbreaking new kind of learning adventure at KIT Academy.

This fresh new take on both RPGs and education is perfect for students on the autism spectrum. Our system encourages socialization and teamwork within the rules of a regimented, ordered game. Each session is an opportunity to make 5 new friends, and our sessions are custom-built to create communal relationships between players!

Our program uses roleplaying game mechanics to make the simple joy of learning new things as exciting and fun as it should be. Our month-long Adventures in Ancient Rome, The Islamic Golden Age, and Revolutionary America cover STEM, History, Literature, and more!

All of these topics are seamlessly integrated into the fabric of the game world our adventurers collaboratively explore through the safe and simple medium of Zoom.

If you have a young adult adventurer who is creative, social, smart, or maybe just plain bored, check out KIT Academy at or contact us at

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KIT Academy LLC
53 Forty Acres Dr.
Wayland, MA 01778
United States


KIT Academy Social, Educational, Fun.





Sawyer Freeman

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