Centricity2™ is designed exclusively for K-12 school districts. It’s an ideal way to connect your K-12 school community and your essential technologies, tools and information all in one place—your school websites.
"We’ve been impressed with how easy it is to use Centricity2. Webmasters with little or no knowledge of HTML are able to successfully maintain their websites. We are also able to easily syndicate our content to school websites using shared apps in Centricity2. This helps us keep sites fresh, with little effort on the webmaster’s part."
— Oliver Dyke, Team Lead, Web and Mobile Design, Houston Independent School District
If all you wanted was a district or school website, you could get it from any number of providers. But you want more than a website. You want a communications hub that can help you connect with your K-12 community the way you need to every day—one that will help you meet the demands of today’s technology-savvy students and parents. That’s why we’ve loaded Centricity2 with built-in tools and features to help you reach students, parents and key stakeholders where and how they want to be reached—from desktop to smartphone.
Centricity2 comes equipped with Web 2.0 tools, a parent portal and personal dashboard, blog and survey tools, and mobile capabilities to help you connect with the people, information and services you need to achieve your district goals. And because Centricity2 plays well with your other essential systems—like grade books and student information systems (SIS)—you can make the most of third-party solutions you’ve already invested in. And you can add new and compatible systems as you need them.Watch videoSchedule a demo
Centricity2 makes it easier than ever to engage all the members of your community with group management capabilities, mobile device support, a suite of Web 2.0 tools, and a personal portal where teachers, students and parents can choose and instantly access the information they want most—school and classroom calendars, lunch menus, assignments, and homework help.Learn more
Your school website is one of the best ways to differentiate your school or district brand. Centricity2 helps you stand out in a crowd, with design templates and advanced design tools that give you complete control to create the look and feel you want. Using Styler™, WYSIWIG, Image, CSS and Roundtrip editors, you can tailor your school website to reflect and promote your brand.Learn more
Centricity2 is designed to seamlessly integrate with other compatible systems, data and third-party applications, including student information systems (SIS) and grade books. In fact, Schoolwires is SIF compliant with more than 100 different SIS systems. The integration capabilities in Centricity2 allow you to extend the functionality of your district and school website as you need to, making it a convenient and secure communications hub where you can populate parent portals, send notifications and alerts, and seamlessly connect with the resources and services you need. And as your district advances, you can add new and compatible systems whenever you need them.
Centricity2 is designed to support your district’s mobile communications strategy, too. Our Web app comes bundled with Centricity2 Essential, and it’s a fast and easy way to give everyone in your district immediate mobile access to your school websites via a smartphone. You can also add responsive Web design services and our downloadable mobile app at additional cost.Learn more
An exciting new feature offered as an upgrade to Centricity2, the Premium Video App powered by MyVRSpot™, delivers online video to all devices—from desktops to smartphones. Video creators do not have to reformat files when posting, and viewers don’t have to install plug-ins to watch the video. You can easily record, upload and share all important events, including board meetings, graduation ceremonies, highlights from athletic and other extra-curricular activities and more through the school website.
Connect parents to what’s happening in the classroom with student and teacher Web pages. Using Centricity2, teachers can include photo galleries of classroom events and activities, post assignments, provide homework help and resources, and easily communicate with students and parents. Students can create their own Web pages where they can post photos and current projects and build 21st century skills.
Your Centricity2 school websites serve as the communications hub for your district, helping you connect with the people, information and services you need to succeed.
We designed Centricity2 with the needs of K-12 school districts in mind. Easy to use, fully featured and flexible, Centricity2 includes the tools and features you need to communicate securely with staff, engage students and parents more effectively, promote your brand and build confidence in the value of your district.
Get even more value from Centricity2 with these add-on services. They all work seamlessly with Centricity2!
Leverage apps you’re already using in Centricity2 and publish content to your website right from your smartphone. You can add photos and podcasts to share events while they’re happening, and easily post announcements and mobile notifications while you’re on the move.
We know how important it is that your school and district websites promote your brand and build confidence in the value of your district. Choose from our professionally designed templates or work with our in-house designers for a custom look and feel based on your needs and budget.
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We offer a family of mobile solutions to support your district’s mobile communications strategy. They all work seamlessly with Centricity2, making it that much easier for you to manage the content on your school and district websites.
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