Schoolhouse.world: peer tutoring, for free.
Free SAT Prep, as part of a research study.
SAT® Bootcamps
New
Free SAT Prep, as part of a research study.
1:1 live homework help, every weekday.
Live Help
1:1 live homework help, every weekday.
A global network of volunteers.
Explore Tutors
A global network of volunteers.

Welcome, Key Club members!

Key Club has partnered with Schoolhouse to bring free tutoring to thousands of learners across the world. If you're interested in learning something new, or you're interested in becoming a tutor yourself, sign up today!

Join Schoolhouse for virtual, small-group tutoring in SAT® prep, math, and more!

Announcing: The Schoolhouse Tutor-a-Thon 🔥

Want to make an impact and have fun while doing it? Looking for a service project that you can complete from the comfort of your bedroom? Announcing the Schoolhouse Tutor-a-Thon! Compete with fellow districts to become a Schoolhouse tutor and host as many Live Help sessions as possible. Each district has a target number of Live Help hours tutored, corresponding with the size of that district. The first district to reach their target wins! The winning district will receive:

  • An exclusive, district-wide event with Sal Khan, the founder of Khan Academy and Schoolhouse.
  • A free Schoolhouse t-shirt for every active tutor in that district.
  • A certificate signed by Sal and Key Club leadership.

The contest runs through the end of June, and the winner will be announced at the Key Club International Convention in July. Get started today!

1st

New York

140.6 / 550

2nd

KY-TN

33.4 / 150

3rd

Indiana

17.8 / 200

4.

Cal-Nev-HA

102 / 1600

5.

MO-Ark

3.6 / 100

6.

LA-Miss-W.TN

9 / 250

7.

TX-OK

23.2 / 650

8.

Pennsylvania

8.7 / 350

9.

Georgia

4.2 / 200

10.

Rocky Mountain

2 / 100

11.

New Jersey

7.5 / 450

12.

Florida

15.6 / 1000

13.

IL-IA

2.4 / 400

14.

WI-UM

1 / 200

15.

Pacific Northwest (PNW)

1 / 450

16.

Capital

0 / 450

17.

Alabama

0 / 250

18.

Carolinas

0 / 350

19.

Kansas

0 / 50

20.

Michigan

0 / 200

21.

Minn-Dak

0 / 100

22.

Montana

0 / 50

23.

NE-IA

0 / 100

24.

New England and Bermuda

0 / 250

25.

Ohio

0 / 350

26.

Southwest

0 / 150

27.

UT-ID

0 / 50

28.

Western Canada

0 / 50

29.

West Virginia

0 / 50

30.

Bahamas

0 / 50

31.

Eastern Canada

0 / 50

32.

Jamaica

0 / 100

33.

Caribbean-Atlantic

0 / 50

34.

Cal-Nev-HA KIWIN'S

0 / 100

How to get involved

1

Get free tutoring

Check out everything Schoolhouse has to offer, from live math homework help to small-group tutoring sessions. Everything is completely free!

2

Become a tutor

Interested in earning community service hours, from the convenience of your bedroom? Consider becoming a tutor! You'll have the opportunity to share your knowledge with the world, develop your leadership skills, and boost your college application.

3

Become a student ambassador

Share Schoolhouse with friends, family, teachers, and anyone else that might benefit. We've put together some flyers to help you spread the word.

See your impact 🔥

Check out the impact Key Club members have made, to bring free education to learners from around the world! We'll be recognizing the clubs and districts with the most impact—stay tuned for updates. 👀

Loading...

For Faculty Advisors

If you're the faculty advisor of a Key Club, we would love to collaborate with you bring Schoolhouse to schools! Below, you'll find a quick summary of key questions you might have about Schoolhouse. If you have any other questions, please email [email protected].

Frequently Asked Questions

For a comprehensive list of FAQs, please visit our new Help Desk.

What is Schoolhouse?

Schoolhouse is a non-profit organization started by Sal Khan (founder of Khan Academy) to connect students around the world for free, peer-to-peer tutoring over Zoom. Schoolhouse offers both instant homework help and longer term, small-group support in specific topics.

How does a student qualify to become a tutor?

We welcome all students to become tutors as long as they can show content mastery in at least one math topic through our video-based certification system. After that, we'll give them all the support they need to learn how to run a tutoring session, including an interactive training, an onboarding buddy to support them in their first sessions, and ongoing feedback from experienced tutors.

How does a student qualify for free tutoring?

All students who are at least 13 are welcome to get free help!

What can students expect when they sign up for free tutoring?

To get started, students will complete a 5-minute registration that helps us better understand their tutoring needs. As soon as they've completed this process, they'll have access to to get homework help every weekday evening. After their account has been approved, they also be able to sign up to join small-group review sessions on specific topics for extra support.

What subject areas are available?

High school math (pre-algebra to Calculus) and SAT test preparation.

What times are available?

Live homework help is available from 4-7pm PST and topic-based sessions are offered at a variety of times around the clock.

Is Schoolhouse safe?

Safety is our top priority as we connect students and tutors. You can review a full summary of our safety mechanisms here. Here are a few highlights:

  • Tutor Barrier to Entry & Training - All tutors must invest in completing a multi-hour certification and training process before they can run their first session. During this training process, they're given clear expectations for how to create a safe environment for students.
  • Session Recording and Monitoring - Not only do we record every tutoring session, but we have a dedicated team of trained volunteers who regularly review recordings for safety and quality flags.
  • Community Reporting - All community members are given a safe place to report any behavior that violates our community guidelines.
From the Founder Of

We are a non-profit with the mission of connecting the world with free, peer-to-peer tutoring.

Schoolhouse.world is founded by Sal Khan, the founder of Khan Academy.

Founded by Sal Khan

CEO of Khan Academy and Schoolhouse.world

16K+

Learners

34K+

Sessions

11

Official U.S. State Partners

  • The New York Times
  • USA Today
  • The Christian Science Monitor

Schoolhouse.world: peer tutoring, for free.

About

About UsPartnershipsRoadmapCareersDonate

© Schoolhouse.world

Terms & ConditionsPrivacy PolicyTrust & Safety