Study.com Launches as the Largest Education Website for High School and College Students

Mountain View, California (EastBayDaily) — Study.com has launched on March 3, 2015 as the top education website for middle school, high school, college students and more. With over 10,000 lessons and 1,000 courses, Study.com is the most comprehensive website for student learning.

“At Study.com, students watch, learn, and achieve,” says CEO and co-founder Adrian Ridner. “Our engaging video lessons make learning simple and fun, which is why we anticipate reaching over 10 million students a month in 2015.”

Largest Library of Courses and Video Lessons

The site’s 1,000 courses includes all common middle school, high school, and college courses. It’s also the premiere resource for test preparation for exams such as the SAT, ACT, and AP exams. Students use it to prepare for exams, improve grades, and earn Certificates of Completion.

Over 400 of the world’s best instructors have contributed lessons to Study.com. “Our instructors are the best in the world at teaching in our innovative video format,” says Ridner. “They excel at using video and animation to bring concepts to life.”

Affordable College Credit

Study.com is the most effective way for students to earn college credit for two full years of college without going into debt.

“We now offer courses recommended for credit by the American Council of Education, which means that students have the potential to earn transferable college credit from our courses,” says Ridner. “Our courses allow students to cut the cost of their education and graduate more quickly.”

Guidance Counseling Made Accessible

Study.com’s unique guidance counseling program helps students make informed decisions about their education. The site offers video courses to help students navigate their education, guidance counselors to answer individual questions, and the largest collection of school, degree, and career information on the Web.

Standing Out in a Competitive Space

Study.com’s unparalled flexibility, variety of courses, and top-quality instructors stands out from competitors such as Lynda.com, Khan Academy, Udemy.

Students use Study.com to learn anytime, anywhere and on any device, including phones, tablets, and laptops. The site’s courses range from middle school through college and even include professional development and career licensure preparation. The instructors are subject matter experts skilled at making concepts simple and easy to understand. Engaging video lessons make learning fun.

About Study.com

Study.com, formerly Education Portal, is the most comprehensive education site on the Web and is on a mission to continue making education accessible. It offers over 1,000 courses, 10,000 lessons, and 34,000 guidance counseling resources to its 10 million monthly visitors.

Contacts

Jessica Bayliss

650-962-1200