Healthier, happier places to learn.

Kelvin helps schools support student and staff well-being—by making it easy to collect, understand and act on feedback.

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The quickest and easiest way to use real-time feedback

The quickest and easiest way to use real-time feedback

Identify students in need of social and emotional support
Improve school climate with input from students, families and staff
Assess students' social and emotional strengths and weaknesses
Enhance student-teacher relationships and promote equity
Understand your students' school experience

How does it work?

Real-time check-ins
Results in your inbox
Track growth & change
Evidence-based resources
Coordinate interventions
Thanks to you, we are now on the path to safer, more positive school environments for students, staff, and families. Thank you for helping us to build the best possible places for our students to learn and flourish.
- Amanda Page, Director at Achievement First (NYC)

Purpose-built for schools.

Surveys for students, families and staff designed to work in a school setting.
  • Get up-and-running in minutes, enabling more frequent data collection
  • Add custom survey questions and configure survey pacing
  • All surveys and data in a single system and connected to your SIS
  • Personal touch—from data analysis to technical integration

Surveys, questions, and resources for...

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We work differently.

Kelvin is not like most other EdTech platforms. Our sole purpose is to use our technology smarts to help students and educators everywhere—but we also recognize technology’s limited role in the classroom. Our aim is to promote student and educator success with tools that are easy-to-use, secure, and—above all—useful.


Works with the tools you’re already using—like Google, Clever, and Tableau.


Kelvin is a Student Privacy Pledge Signatory and FERPA and COPPA compliant.


A safe place for authentic feedback with aggregated results that keep individual responses confidential.

What outcomes relate to school climate and SEL?