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Ed-tech startup Camp K12 raises $4 million from Matrix, SAIF Partners

Camp K12 aims to build a global platform rather than focusing on any single market, but has kicked off its go-to-market efforts in India. The company has already trained over 50,000 students and has partnered with hundreds of schools.

Ed-tech startup Camp K12 has raised $4 million in seed funding co-led by Matrix Partners and SAIF Partners. The company has built an online tutoring platform for students in kindergarten to 12th grade.

Comting on the idea behing Camp K12 Anshul Bhagi, cofounder, Camp K12 said, “Schools haven’t changed in a 100 years. Kids today learn the same things that their parents learned a generation ago, and they learn in the same factory batch-processing sort of way. At Camp K12 we’re re-imagining what school would look like if we could build from scratch today in 2020, for the next 100 years.”

Camp K12 aims to build a global platform rather than focusing on any single market, but has kicked off its go-to-market efforts in India. The company has already trained over 50,000 students and has partnered with hundreds of schools.

Mukul Arora, Managing Director at SAIF Partners said, “Camp K12‘s custom-built virtual classroom environment for small-group learning, their pedagogy, and their curriculum reflect a passion for education, deep consumer understanding, and profound technical capability. We feel this market is going to grow exponentially.” 

Founded by Anshul Bhagi and Sandeep Bhagi, Camp K12 focuses on connecting students with tutors online and has a focus on live learning courses for Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) subjects.


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