How it Works
SkoolAide supports schools and mentoring organizations nationwide in helping teen students set goals and build futures.
SkoolAide in Schools
Teachers and counselors use SkoolAide to support students with college and career readiness and social emotional learning (SEL).
Mentors use SkoolAide to connect with teens and help them identify the goals they need to succeed day-to-day and tomorrow.
Students create goals that align to their future plans. Goals can focus on academics, behavior change, athletics, literacy, and more. Students and their parents or mentors discuss incentives to reward goal achievement.
Students invite parents, family members, teachers, counselors, or mentors to help them achieve their goals. They can communicate in real-time about incentive negotiation, goal progress, and goal completion.
SkoolAide helps students identify their strengths and interests, explore potential careers, and learn about job requirements, education, and preparation strategies to help ensure their path to success.
What Our Students and Educators Say
SkoolAide inspired me to set goals on things I thought were impossible for me. I raised my GPA 0.6 points- from a 3.4 to a 4.0.
SkoolAide was easy to use. My son was motivated to do well. I was worried about his grades and his future, and now I know he’s going to college.
The student engagement and outcomes have been impressive to witness. We’ve seen students raise Cs and Ds to As and Bs in a single semester.
Are you ready to learn more about how SkoolAide can help your students achieve goals to improve academic performance and prepare for career readiness?