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Increase student success

Prepare your students with a digital portfolio to help them get discovered by colleges. Succeed with your students!

  • Better prepare students for life after High School
  • Track alumni and replicate your success
  • Improve classroom & counselor efficiency
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Increase student success

Prepare your students to be ready for college and all applications. Help them put their best foot forward and meet your organizational goals too.

Upload Awards, videos & other media
Students are more than just a test score
Easily share on any application
Share a secure link on any application that can only be seen by the people students choose.
Track students and alumni

Track your graduates beyond graduation. Gather actionable insights into your students' success and replicate it. See it all on intuitive and fun dashboards.

Chart your students' success
See what percentage of students went to college, military, apprenticeships or other paths.
Replicate Success
By understanding what is working for students, you can focus your efforts.
Improve operational efficiency

Help your teachers and counselors know their students with a 30 sec profile view. Get a head start on learning in the new school year and reduce counselors' workload.

30-second profile view
Gain a deeper understanding of your students at a single glance
Counselors save time
Counselors become more effective and efficient with the data in our platform.
Help your rockstar students shine

Academics, music, sports and so much more. Help your students showcase their entire story in the best possible way.

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Schools love to partner with Cirkled In

Kevin Ayala

La Quinta High School, California

If you’re a high school student, I highly recommend starting a Cirkled In account. It’ll help you collect all of your achievements and awards over the years as well as any essays you might have to write for college. It’s a great way to collect everything so when college applications roll around, they’ll be a breeze!

Kaitlyn Taylor

Crystal River High School, Florida

I found the Cirkled In profile easy to complete and very helpful to have all of my information along with documents and pictures all in one place.

Anisa Siddikova

Leon M. Goldstein High School for the Sciences, New York

It’s simple, easy, and convenient to make a Cirkled In profile. I would recommend it for anyone who is applying for a new job or volunteering—it sums up who you are as a person

Sabrin Seid

Hayfield Secondary School, Virginia

Cirkled In gave me the opportunity to express my story in a unique way. I’m grateful that this platform gave me the perfect way to organize my story and showcase who I am.

Brittney Burns

Lindblom Math and Science Academy, Illinois

Cirked In has not only provided me with money toward my college expenses, but also an opportunity to create a profile that truly speaks to who I am as a person and a scholar.

Jennifer Olivares

Foothill Hill, Sacramento CA

When I first found out about Cirkled In through my counselor, I never imagined it’d be so simple. I recommend Cirkled In to any college-bound youth looking for ways to afford higher level education

Ian Blom

Willow Glen High School, California

Cirkled In was the perfect platform to organize my story in a fashion where I can talk about my interest and show them. This worked for me since I’m a pretty creative person!


11th Grader

I found it super easy to use and almost fun... within a month, I got my internship... I highly recommend Cirkled In to anyone trying to figure out what they want to do.


11th Grader

I like how Cirkled In gives you a lot of ways to showcase yourself. You can show all your past experiences and how you have grown as a person and that is really important.

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