COVID-19 Resource Center

In light of Coronavirus pandemic, Cirkled In is offering school portal for free which includes school’s own private network of teachers and students. To utilize this, please reach out to us  COVID-help@cirkledin.com.

We are in unprecedented times and uncharted waters. We all are feeling anxious and unsure as things evolve every day and sometimes every hour, but we will get through this together.


COVID-19 has pushed our nation and many others to their limits. Even though it has exposed many growth opportunities in our healthcare, employment, and education system, it has also brought the best out in our people and communities. We are seeing neighbors helping neighbors who are at high risk - delivering groceries and helping working parents with childcare. New bonds are being created and new friendships are being forged. Suddenly our hearts have swelled like we never thought possible. Read full message from our CEO...

Cirkled In is with you at every step of the way, as we all navigate through an ever-changing education landscape and times filled with uncertainty. We understand that you all are at home right now, trying to learn not only educational material, but also trying to understand the daily, and sometimes hourly, news impacting you. We will be bringing the latest information that matters to students like you, right here on this page. Check it on a daily basis and also share it with your friends. Right now - one thing that matters the most is Community. Let's ride this together and come out stronger on the other side.


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Students Survey Results

COVID-19 tested the technical capabilities of our school system. Surprisingly more than one third schools in US did not or could not hold online classes when whole country’s school system went into lock down.

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Covid-19 is Making Students Rethink Their College Plans

Panic and unprecedented disruption by the COVID-19 pandemic has not only stressed the US healthcare system beyond any.   read more...

Cinque Terre

Navigating Your Student Through a Pandemic

As we all face the effects of the current pandemic together, I am sharing with the parents and students I work with how to best.   read more...


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COVID-19 News

Could coronavirus push more colleges to test-optional admissions?

As the virus spreads, some institutions are abandoning the SAT and ACT as a requirement for applicants, a trend that experts predict will likely continue....


May 2020 examinations will no longer be held

The May 2020 examinations as scheduled between 30 April and 22 May for Diploma Programme and Career-related Programme candidates will no longer be held...


The Coronavirus and Test-Optional Admissions

Case Western Reserve University and three other colleges went test optional last week, citing the cancellation of SAT and ACT exams as a reason...


The COVID College Choice: How To Pick A College During A Global Pandemic

Campus closures at colleges and universities across the country are spreading as fast as the novel coronavirus itself. While higher education has previously endured national emergencies (think 9/11/01) and weathered various crises (fires, floods, and flu)...


AP Updates for Schools Impacted by Coronavirus

Students will take a 45-minute online free-response exam at home instead of the regular exam. For each AP subject, there will be two different testing dates so students can choose to take the test while the material is fresh or have additional time to study. The full exam schedule will be available on April 3.


April 2020 National Exam Covid-19

ACT has rescheduled its April 4 national test date to June 13 across the U.S. in response to concerns about the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).


2019-20 SAT Subject Test Dates and Deadlines

In response to the rapidly evolving situation around the coronavirus (COVID-19), College Board is canceling the May 2, 2020 SAT administration.If you've already registered for May, you'll get a refund. Get the latest updates...


Information from National Association for College Admission Counselling

For online admitted student events, registration and orientations, campus closures, use this searchable database or check on each specific college website.