Bobbi DePorter founded SuperCamp in 1982 after studying accelerated learning with Bulgarian researcher Dr. Georgi Lozanov. Today, more than 70,000 adolescents have attended SuperCamp. The 7- to 10-day programs enhance academic, leadership, communication, and relationships skills and inspire students to pursue their goals.
Learning Forum International (LFI) is a 501(c)(3) is the non-profit arm of the Quantum Learning Network. Founded in 1989, LFI secures funding from individuals, foundations, and corporations to provide scholarships to SuperCamp and support Quantum Learning Education’s partnership with teachers, administrators, parents, and students.
As parents and teaches observed the changes in students who had completed SuperCamp, they started to ask us if we could bring SuperCamp into schools. In 1992, after translating our methodologies into relevant applications for classrooms, we held the first school-wide program for 250 students and teachers. Our professional and supplemental student development programs are now offered worldwide.
In addition to serving as the headquarters of the Quantum Learning Network, the QLN Conference in Oceanside, California, serves as a venue for special events, wedding receptions, and meetings. The state-of-the-art, 42,000-square-foot facility consists of seven separate meeting rooms and a 10,500 square foot exhibit hall.