Welcome to the Big Question Lab!

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The Big Question Lab provides children and adolescents with an inclusive space to learn in a secular setting about what it means to be a moral citizen. Our goal is to create a safe environment for youth to explore their identities as critical thinkers and as compassionate, community-minded participants in our diverse world.

We offer 3 classes:

8-10  year-old class: 9 sessions, weekly (the 9th session is a culminating project presented to the community), 1.30 to 3pm, start September 18 (new lower price available: $400). Register here. 

5-7 year-old class: 9 sessions, weekly (the 9th session is a culminating project presented to the community) 1.30 to 3pm, start March 5 $750. Join the waitlist here.

11-13 year-old class: 9 sessions, monthly (8 group sessions,  1 individual tutorial to be scheduled, plus additional mentorship meetings) starts October 20, 4pm $1500.
Dates: October 20, November 17, December 15, January 19, February 16, March 16, April  20
May 18 Read more hereAnd Register Here.

bohl headshotNick Bohl
Big Question Lab Coordinator and Teacher

Nick is a multimedia artist and educator who has created a YouTube channel, “A. Hughman,” with approximately 7,800 subscribers and over a million video views, by writing, editing, narrating, animating, composing music for and producing original videos about humanistic philosophy.

Bohl has worked as the Program Coordinator for Playworks, an educational organization in South Boston working to transform recess and the school day with safe and healthy play so teachers can teach and kids can learn. He has served as Head Counselor, Head of Music, Counselor Trainer, Trip Leader, and Ropes Course Instructor at Camp Agawam in Maine—one of the nation’s oldest summer camps. He has studied at the Berklee College of Music, and will receive a degree in Education and Creative Youth Development from Lesley University, expected by 2016. Nick’s twin passions are youth education and producing videos about humanism.

Are you an educator? A parent? Or someone who wants to get involved? Contact us: nick@humanisthub.org