Homeschooled fraternal-twin teens, Jake and Rosa, are enjoying their lives learning from the strictest of all educators, their mom. Their biggest gripe used to be the history lessons their grandfather would force them to endure over summer vacations.
An ambitious politician with an underlying nefarious agenda pushes for school choice but, it comes at a cost. Their mom instead of embracing the change fights the system thrusting the twin teenagers along with their older brother, Ted, into the public eye and national headlines.
The good news is the teenagers test two grades above their age level. The bad news is being smart, they question everything drawing the ire of the Congressman's Aide. Concerned for his siblings, their older brother, Ted, does his best to teach Jake and Rosa not all learning happens in the classroom.
To survive, the three lean on each other like never before.
Theodore Roosevelt once said, “When you're at the end of your rope, tie a knot and hold on.”
The knot the three teens metaphorically embrace is a mission. A mission where the teenagers plot to escape everyday life and get away with secret Jiu Jitsu practice nights.