Let’s build your Student Data Platform
Schoolytics connects with multiple platforms, combines that data, and serves it to administrators and teachers so that they can make the best, data-driven decisions possible for students. District office staff and school leaders can all find something they need on the Schoolytics platform, and superintendents can check on the execution of their strategic plans.See the Administrator Demo
Learning Management System
Student Information System
Quizzes, Tests, and Assessments
Google Workspace and Drive
Unify your data
More than dashboards
Operationalize your data to support in classroom efforts.
Monitoring and Alerts
Operationalize your data by delivering pertinent, timely information to the right stakeholder at the right time.
Teacher and Student Notifications
Our platform can intelligently inform teachers of risks and patterns in their classroom, or notify students of upcoming or incompleted work.
Student and Parent Portal
Living progress reports of student work and assessment scores to help improve communication and transparency with students and parents.
Don’t worry, we still love a good dashboard. Schoolytics offers out-of-the-box as well as customizable, interactive reports to explore data.
Aggregate SIS, LMS, assessment, learning data, and more into your data warehouse, creating a unified source of information. We leverage modern data services like BigQuery to manage your data.
Reports & Visualizations
Leverage rich, built-in visualization libraries to share actionable information across your organization with automated reporting mechanisms. Don’t pay for expensive visualization tools.
Deploy automated alerts and early warnings to notify teachers and principals of learning risk in their classrooms, or to students and parents to help them stay on track with their course work.
Multiple Stakeholder Design
Enable a wider audience to tap into data, allowing effortless access to information for everyone including superintendents, intervention specialists, teachers, parents, and students.