Quiera Noelle

Author, Educator, Artist, Entrepreneur and Founder. Quiera Noelle has encompassed all of her experience coupled with her passion for education, travel, and spirit of help to Launch Brilliant Minds Abroad.


Brilliant Minds Abroad, is an educational program that is designed for children of ex-pats that have been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. Virtual learning has become the new norm, however it does not support social and interactive engagement that in-person instruction provides. If this describes your child(ren), then Brilliant Minds Abroad is made just for YOU!




Quiera is a certified ESL teacher who holds a bachelor’s of science degree in psychology from Georgia State University. Quiera is a dedicated and creative lead teacher with five years of teaching experience. Three of those years have been spent in Thailand, South Korea, and currently Mexico.


Quiera has taught large classrooms of 35+ students and smaller classes with 12 students. She currently teaches preschool through elementary school students. Her background in psychology and her career in education allows her to hone in on each child’s educational needs and unique learning style. Quiera creates a curriculum on reading (sight words), writing, basic math, art, cultural exploration, and science. Education is Quiera’s passion and she’s devoted to inspiring and empowering young people.


I have designed a curriculum that will include reading, writing, basic math, and special activities. The program caters to children between the ages of 5 to 7. You will have the option to choose between a gold or silver course under the book online tab. Once your deposit and contact information have been received,  an in-depth PDF will be sent to you via email, along with the necessary forms to complete enrollment. 

Covid-19 Safety

Upon arrival, students will have their temperatures taken and be instructed to wash their hands. Physical distancing during lessons will be implemented to the extent possible along with additional mitigation strategies, such as minimizing the use of shared objects, cleaning and disinfecting high-touch surfaces, and encouraging healthy hand hygiene, respiratory etiquette, and proper face mask use. Students are asked to wear face masks unless they are eating, drinking, or participating in special activities where social distancing can continue to be practiced.


Courses begin April 2, 2021!

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