No one likes using a buggy, clunky, cluttered software. ClassReach is an intuitive software designed from the ground up to be as simple and easy to use as possible without sacrificing any functionality or practicality.

Simple, yet robust.

We’ve given ClassReach a modern design language that will feel instantly familiar to new users. Since we’re a small team of developers, ClassReach also maintains a consistent look and feel throughout all of its sections.

One interface; all platforms.

We designed ClassReach to work in all major browsers so Mac and PC users alike wouldn’t have to worry about compatibility. The web portal was built to be mobile-friendly so you can interface intuitively from your tablet or phone as well.

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An intuitive design for everyone involved.

Some school management systems require different logins for teachers, parents, administrators, and students. It can be a pain in the neck when a single person falls into more than one of those categories.

ClassReach is an intuitive solution saves you from this frustration by having four distinct yet synchronous roles:

Student

Students have access to any of the classes they are currently enrolled in. While a student always has a permission to submit an assignment to their teacher. They can also share the handouts or other documents with an entire class when given permission.

Students can also message teachers, as well as individual classmates.

Parent

Parents can see all of the classes their children are enrolled in, along with any corresponding grades or assignments. They can also message teachers and admins when needed.

When approved, parents can also submit assignments for their students.

Admins

Admins (or administrators) can view or manage any of the settings for the school as a whole, including courses, rosters,  and calendar events. They can also generate forms (disciplinary, lunch, etc.). In certain situations, an admin can also grant a special permissions to the users within other roles.

Teacher

Teachers have access to any section they teach, which gives them permission to view and alter grades, upload handouts, and review student submissions. Unlike students, teachers can send messages to entire classes of students at once.

Within the teacher role are department heads. Department heads can view information for all of the classes within their department and approve lesson plans or assignment sheets uploaded by teachers.

A student can only login as a student. Anyone who fulfills multiple roles can use one account and switch easily between any of their given roles as they choose.