Texas’ First Zaniac Campus Will Open in Early 2016, Company Seeks
Franchise Partners in Houston and Austin
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Zaniac,
a national STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) franchise
where learning feels like play with programs such as Zaniac Robotics:
LEGO®, Game-Based Learning: Minecraft™, 3D Printing and Computer
Programming, will open its first Texas campus in the Dallas-Fort Worth
metroplex in early 2016.
Local entrepreneur and franchise owner Anne Sinnott will open a Zaniac
campus at 445 W. Southlake Blvd. in Southlake, Texas in early 2016 with
pre-registration opportunities in December. With two Master’s degrees in
neuroscience and business administration, Sinnott is combining her love
of the two fields by debuting Zaniac in her local community.
“I have three kids of my own, so I am passionate about getting our young
generation excited about STEM early on,” said Sinnott. “Zaniac is the
perfect complement to our great education system here in Southlake. It
offers a fun and engaging environment to learn and explore STEM outside
of a classroom, and gives children the opportunity to discover what
excites them for their future.”
Zaniac plans to open additional campuses throughout Texas and is seeking
qualified franchise partners in Houston and Austin who have an
enthusiasm for STEM education. The after-school STEM enrichment
franchise currently has corporate campuses open in Salt Lake City and
Park City, Utah, in addition to franchises in Miami, New York City,
Connecticut and Massachusetts. The fast-growing franchise has a campus
set to open in Santa Monica before the end of the year and plans to
reach 50 campuses by 2017.
“Parents across the country are demanding opportunities to provide their
children greater exposure to STEM education at a younger age and Zaniac
is the perfect solution,” said Sidharth Oberoi, Zaniac’s President and
co-founder. “Zaniac campuses are a fun and rewarding way to provide
cutting-edge educational enrichment opportunities for children. As we
continue to enter new states and markets, we will continue to produce
innovative STEM programs for students to encourage exploration of these
Zaniac campuses are bright and colorful, featuring glass-walled
classrooms with white boards and large multimedia screens. The company
provides a host of STEM learning programs that get kids excited about
math and science while preparing them for 21st Century jobs, including
Zaniac Robotics: LEGO®, Game-Based Learning: Minecraft™, 3D Printing,
App Creation and Computer Programming.
For more information about Zaniac, visit www.zaniaclearning.com.
Zaniac makes math, technology, and other STEM fields of study fun,
helping K-8 kids to become engaged, develop confidence, and measurably
improve their academic performance. Zaniac is like school at its best—an
active, inspiring place filled with friends and friends-to-be. Zaniac, a
division of Park City, Utah-based Zane Prep, is looking to expand its
franchise nationwide. For more information, visit www.zaniaclearning.com.
Ellen Panther, (847) 945-1300