Explore fun, social, and safe learning experiences—over live video chat. Outschool offers 100,000+ classes led by qualified teachers for ages 3-18.

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Outschool is the largest marketplace of live online classes, connecting learners, parents and teachers to create interest-based, small-group learning experiences that take place over video chat.

Outschool offers a library of over 100,000 live online classes. Learners can take core subjects like math, reading, and science, as well as interest-based topics you won’t find anywhere else like Spanish with Taylor Swift, LEGO Engineering or Pet Reptile Social Hour. With a community of families and teachers spanning 200+ countries, Outschool provides safe, social fun learning experiences unlike anywhere else in the world.

The LenovoEDU Community is proud to partner with a company that is not only supremely innovative and successful but also grounded in a mission of making education more accessible for whatever someone’s learning environment may need to be.

Outschool courses are available now through the LenovoEDU Community. Browse through the entire catalog to find the perfect fit.

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Parents
  • I was not aware of this company/site.
    I took a look at it and it looks really interesting. It's great that there are so many opportunities to pick up skills/review online now.

    Though it all depends on whether people have access to the internet. Unfortunately, often people who would benefit most from this do not have access to the net. Or the disposable income to pay for the classes. It would be great if there were some scholarships for students that can prove the need. (That's why I love Khan Academy. While one still needs access to the internet, the classes/information is free.)

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  • I was not aware of this company/site.
    I took a look at it and it looks really interesting. It's great that there are so many opportunities to pick up skills/review online now.

    Though it all depends on whether people have access to the internet. Unfortunately, often people who would benefit most from this do not have access to the net. Or the disposable income to pay for the classes. It would be great if there were some scholarships for students that can prove the need. (That's why I love Khan Academy. While one still needs access to the internet, the classes/information is free.)

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