Story Shares Pilot Studies

Story Shares Pilot Studies

We are piloting the Story Shares platform in schools and programs across the country. The Story Shares pilot studies enable us to gather feedback on our literacy solution, which will inform future development and help us to continue evolving Story Shares in a way that meets the needs of readers, educators, and schools. We are very grateful to our pilot partners for their input and insights.

If your school might be interested in becoming a pilot partner, please reach out to us! If you are already using Story Shares in your school or classroom, and have any feedback to share, we would always love to hear from you.

*Story Share is being used by over 300 teachers and thousands of students, in 83 schools, 27 states, and 5 countries*

Stars represent states where one or more schools have adopted the Story Share platform; globes represent countires

Stars represent states where one or more schools have adopted the Story Share platform; Globes represent countries where one or more schools have adopted the Story Share platform


Our Current Pilot Partners

The following schools and programs have partnered with us for ongoing pilot studies.



Boys and Girls Clubs of the Lowcountry 

Located in South Carolina, the mission of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lowcountry is "to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens." By instilling their core values and beliefs at every level in the organization, the Clubs strive to set standards of excellence across all dimensions of youth services.



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The Browne School, Chelsea 

The Joseph A. Browne School serves grades 5-8 in Chelsea, Massachusetts. The Browne School is committed to serving the children who need the most and accept nothing less than an outstanding college-preparatory education for students. Their vision is that all students of the Joseph A. Browne School will move on from eighth grade with the academic skills and habits of mind they need to be successful in high school, college and in their careers.



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Eagle Hill School 

Founded in Greenwich Connecticut in 1975, Eagle Hill School is an independent, co-educational day school and five-day boarding school enrolling 250 students ages 6-16 from the tri-state area. The hallmark of Eagle Hill’s curriculum is an individualized, child-driven program, with a student-teacher ratio ranging from 1:1 to 12:1.

Eagle Hill’s mission is to provide individualized, academic remediation for children with language-based learning disabilities, and help them develop the skills and strategies to successfully transition to their next school.


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The Jordan Boys and Girls Club 

The Gerald & Darlene Jordan Club in Chelsea, MA provides members, ages 6-18, after-school programming that builds children’s educational and character development. Members may take part in a wide range of activities, some of which include: art, tutoring, swimming, digital photography, hiking club, music and many others!




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KIPP Academy: MA 

KIPP:MA is part of a national network of free, open-enrollment, public charter schools with a track record of preparing students in underserved communities for success to and through college and in life. KIPP:MA currently operates two campuses in the Greater Boston area: the High Rock campus in Lynn, home to both KIPP Academy Lynn Middle School and KIPP Academy Lynn Collegiate High School, and the Roxbury location, home to both KIPP Academy Boston Elementary and KIPP Academy Boston Middle School. KIPP:MA serves nearly 1,200 students in grades K-12 and employs 183 staff members. KIPP’s mission is to create an environment where students develop the academic skills, character strengths, and intellectual habits necessary to maximize their potential in college and in life.



Methuen High School 

Methuen High School, located in Methuen Massachusetts, has an enrollment of 2,000 students in grades 9- 12. The high school offers a broad range of opportunities for its students. Courses are provided in four levels, including Advanced Placement. Approximately 140 teachers and other professional personnel are supported by department chairs in each major discipline, along with the principal and four assistant principals.







The Robert Louis Stevenson School 

Robert Louis Stevenson School is a supportive, independent, college preparatory day school in Manhattan for adolescents who face emotional challenges. Through a unique advising program, personalized clinical services, and engaging classes, Stevenson promotes students' academic success and emotional well-being.  Located in a landmark building just off Central Park West, Stevenson serves students from all five boroughs of New York City, as well as the surrounding suburban areas of Long Island, Westchester County, New Jersey and Connecticut.


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