The United States ranks 30th in the world in Math and 34th in Science despite $8 billion in educational spending on textbooks alone. Obviously, spending enormous sums of money on textbooks has not produced the desired gains in STEM education. With that in mind, many schools cannot afford proper STEM materials and specialized STEM teachers. Learning Spark is dedicated to maximizing academic performance in underprivileged Colorado schools by providing school districts with materials to improve STEM (science, technology, mathematics, engineering) education. Learning Spark provides a toolbox to enhance student hands-on learning in order to maximize STEM proficiency, standardized test scores, financial aid, and college acceptance in underachieving schools across the state. LearningSpark presented their business at the 2017 Launch Clubs Demo Day at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.