Students 💛 edgi

What students have to say

I, just like many others had terrible experiences in the spring of the past school year with regards to remote learning and the school’s ability to adapt. I was under the impression remote learning simply didn’t work, but Edgi proved that to be wrong. I joined the class with the intent to explore remote learning and see if it was really possible and ended it with a discussion about the truth and reality of our world.
10th Grade Student, Monument Mountain HS
In edgi everyone is really nice and we can bounce off of each other's ideas which keeps lots of ideas swirling around to think about. I think we all share a lot of opinions and ideas so it's nice to hear it from other people to see how they say what they think.
10th Grade Student, Lenox Memorial HS
I formed close friendships remotely and had an outlet for the questions that traditional schooling hasn’t provided answers to. Edgi demonstrated how valuable students' voices can be in their own learning and expanded my concept on what education has the potential to be. In doing so I have re-evaluated what is important and engaging to me and developed a deeper confidence in myself.
12th Grade Student, Monument Mountain HS

Why edgi?


Topics that matter

Edgi programs are focused on topics relevant to your life. You’ll learn about things like artificial intelligence, automation, and capitalism in the 21st century.


Discussions and socials

Community is at the heart of the edgi experience. You’ll learn through discussion sessions with your squad and meet other squads at game nights, bakeoffs, and more.


No adults allowed

Except for new courses, edgi discussion sessions are student-led. As an alum, you’ll have the opportunity to become a discussion leader for the next cohort and get paid for it.

Course Creator

Josh teaches several courses on creativity, technology, and the future of work at New York University. Josh previously worked on the digital staff for Andrew Yang's presidential campaign.

Capitalism & the Economy

New Course

A brand new course being taught directly by Josh, this program will help you see capitalism in a new light while understanding economic systems in the 21st century.

$500 for six-week program. Squads meet twice a week for discussion sessions with Josh.

Technology & the
Future of Work


Based on an NYU seminar, this program will help you explore the social and ethical implications of artificial intelligence and automation.

Squads will meet twice a week for student-led discussions. See course breakdown

Re-Opens Fall 2021