What is AltSchool?

AltSchool is a partnership between educators, entrepreneurs, researchers and engineers who are driven to deliver whole-child, personalized learning.

AltSchool runs its own lab schools in California and New York, where educators are co-developing a software platform—in collaboration with a dedicated team of designers, researchers, and engineers—to develop the tools and insights to tailor their practice based on each student’s needs.  

The AltSchool Network includes its own lab schools as well as partner schools across the U.S. that share their aim of transforming educational experiences for children.

Learn more about AltSchool and their educational approach.  
 

What does it mean to be a partner school?

The Greene School was one of a handful of schools that was selected from hundreds of applicants to be a pilot partner school for the AltSchool platform. We chose to work with AltSchool given their emphasis on, and knowledge of, the practice of personalized learning as well as their goal of enabling all children to reach their potential. As a partner school in the AltSchool Network, we will be able to leverage their proprietary product and services platform to deliver a truly personalized learning experience to our students. 

What does it mean to be Powered by AltSchool?

Schools that are Powered by AltSchool are part of the AltSchool Network, a group of leading educational systems that includes lab schools as well as partner schools.

Partner schools leverage the AltSchool platform as a resource to support classroom instruction and deepen their practice. The platform offers solutions for all stages of learning, including academic and non-academic goals, personalized curriculum, documentation and assessment, and engaging with parents.

AltSchool technology helps teachers understand their students as individual learners—from a perspective that’s both deep and wide—so they can develop and deliver a comprehensive, personalized curriculum that helps each child thrive on his or her own terms.