School Programs

Entertainment that Empowers

Teaching students about Growth Mindset, Grit & Resilience
through entertaining performances and hands-on juggling workshops.

Inspyral came to our school as a reward for students who had met their reading goal. Their show was fantastic! All of our students were engaged and enthralled with their performance. Our students loved that they not only got to see an exciting show, but got to practice some of the skills and tricks themselves. As a teacher, my favorite part of the show was that it also taught our students about grit and not quitting just because it gets hard. We would highly recommend this experience for your school!
— Sarah May, 4th Grade Teacher

Inspyral Assembly Program:

Jeremy & Kelsey perform an exciting show with an empowering message about the importance of having grit and growth mindset.

  • Amazing glow circus show

  • Interactive discussion on growth mindset, the power of grit, and finding resilience.

  • Personal stories of failure playing an important role in finding success.

Perfect for large groups.
45 minutes
All ages (message is tailored to fit age group)

Growing Through Play Workshop:

For groups of 60 students or less, this hands-on juggling workshop teaches grit and growth mindset in an interactive learning environment.

  • Cross Body Movement

  • Balance Games

  • Moving to Music

  • Partner Activities

  • Positive Learning Environment

Perfect for smaller groups (60 or less)
45 minutes
All Ages

Inquire for multiple show discounts.

Kelsey and Jeremy performed for my 8th grade students as my going away gift to them at the end of their 8th grade year. The performance was spectacular, you could have heard a pin drop in the auditorium which is no easy task with 240 8th graders. The follow up discussion regarding resiliency, grit and growth mindset was exactly what I wanted my students to hear upon leaving middle and entering high school. Kelsey’s experiences highlight for students how important it is to keep a growth mindset. The students were talking about the assembly for weeks after.
— Beth Whittle M.Ed, LPC Counselor, Longfellow MS