Schools & Organizations

Find our partner schools and organizations below, as well as stories about our impact and information on our approach.

Where We Work

  • BRIDGEPORT, CT

  • Cesar A. Batalla School
  • Florence E. Blackham School

  • HARTFORD, CT

  • Thelma Ellis Dickerson’s Jumoke Academy

  • STAMFORD, CT

  • Westhill High School

  • CHICAGO, IL

  • Chicago Academy High School
  • Edward Coles Model for Excellence Language Academy
  • Ellen H Richards Career Academy High School
  • Orr Academy High School
  • Oscar Depriest Elementary School
  • Paul Robeson High School
  • William J. Bogan Computer Technical High School

  • NEW YORK CITY, NY

  • All Hallows High School
  • Ascension School, New York, NY
  • Bronx High School for Writing and Communication Arts
  • Bronx School for Law Government and Justice An Urban Assembly School
  • Brooklyn Excelsior Charter School/Good Shepherd Services
  • Cobble Hill School of American Studies (k519)
  • Divine Wisdom Catholic Academy – Bayside Campus
  • Divine Wisdom Catholic Academy – Douglaston Campus
  • Food and Finance High School
  • Frederick Douglas Academy, New York, NY
  • Frederick Douglass Academy III Secondary School
  • George Washington Carver High School for the Sciences
  • High School for Medical Professions
  • High School of Sports Management
  • Holy Rosary School, Bronx, NY
  • I.S. 034 Tottenville, Staten Island, NY
  • I.S. 096K Seth Low
  • I.S. 206X Ann Mersereau/Good Shepherd Services
  • I.S. 219X New Venture School
  • Incarnation School, New York, NY
  • J.H.S. 194Q William Carr/ Beacon Center/YMCA of Greater New York, Flushing
  • J.H.S. 210Q Elisabeth Blackwell
  • J.H.S. 218K James P. Sinnott
  • John W. Lavelle Preparatory Charter School
  • Knowledge and Power Preparatory Academy International High School (KAPPA)
  • Mount Saint Michael Academy, Bronx, NY
  • Our Lady of Mount Carmel – Saint Benedicta School, Staten Island, NY
  • Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Academy of Brooklyn
  • Our Lady Queen of Martyrs, New York, NY
  • P.S. 32Q State Street
  • P.S. 107Q Thomas A Dooley
  • P.S. 205X Fiorello Laguardia
  • Queens Vocational and Technical High School
  • Richmond Hill High School
  • Ronald Edmonds Learning Center II, Brooklyn, NY
  • Sacred Heart School, Staten Island, NY
  • Sacred Heart School, Bronx, NY
  • Saint Agatha School, Brooklyn, NY
  • Saint Ann School, Bronx, NY
  • Saint Brendan School, Bronx, NY
  • Saint Charles Borromeo School, New York, NY
  • Saint Francis of Assisi Catholic Academy, Brooklyn, NY
  • Saint Francis of Assisi School, Queens, NY
  • Saint Gregory the Great School, New York, NY
  • Saint Helena Elementary, Bronx, NY
  • Saint Lucy’s School, Bronx, NY
  • Saint Luke’s School, Bronx, NY
  • Saint Pancras School, Queens, NY
  • Saint Rose of Lima Catholic Academy, Queens, NY
  • Santa Maria School, Bronx, NY
  • South Bronx Academy for Applied Media/Good Shepherd Services
  • Thurgood Marshall Academy for Learning and Social Change
  • Unity Center for Urban Technologies
  • Urban Assembly School for Collabroative Healthcare
  • YMCA of Greater New York, Cross Island
  • Young Women’s Leadership School, Queens/Queens Community House

  • MOUNT VERNON, NY

  • Mount Vernon High School

  • OSSINING, NY

  • Ossining Children’s Center

  • ROCHESTER, NY

  • Enrico Fermi School No. 17
  • James Monroe High School
  • Mary McLeod Bethune School No. 45
  • Northeast and Northwest High School at the Douglass Campus

  • OKLAHOMA CITY, OK

  • Francis Tuttle Technology Center

  • STILLWATER, OK

  • Meridian Technology Center

  • HARRISBURG, PA

  • Alternative Rehabilitation Communities, Inc.

  • BOX ELDER, SD

  • Douglas Middle School

  • MILWAUKEE, WI

  • Greenfield Bilingual School
  • Hayes Bilingual School
  • Saint Anthony School Milwaukee – Middle School
  • Thurston Woods Campus
  • Westside Academy II

Our Impact

Learn about the difference we’re making with our school and organization partners.

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Stories

We share stories that shine a light on the amazing individuals who inspire our work at Classroom, Inc.

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Case Studies

We value learning. We study our impact on classrooms, schools, and programs to reach more educators and students with quality content. 

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Results

Conducting research and evaluating outcomes on our programs are essential to our mission.

Our Approach

Using a blended learning model, we create digital learning games combined with complementary project-based activities. We also support educators in using our games and leveraging technology to transform teaching.

Get in Touch

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To find out how to partner with us to implement a program in your school or organization, contact our Partnerships Team.