Family plans vs School plans


– The content provided in both family and school accounts is identical, including lessons, videos, games, and worksheets.

User Capacity:

– Family accounts support up to six users, whereas school accounts can accommodate anywhere from 20 to 1,000,000 students, depending on the school’s, district’s or city’s requirements.


– In family accounts, parents log in first, and children use the program afterwards.

– School accounts provide students with individual accounts using student and classroom codes (no emails), allowing them to log in independently from any device using unique codes.

Teachers and Classrooms:

– School accounts include a teacher-admin account for managing multiple teachers and classrooms, whereas family accounts do not have classroom features.

Homework Assignments:

– School accounts allow teachers to assign homework that students can complete remotely, while family accounts do not offer this feature.


– School accounts feature a grading system based on student activity, enabling teachers to assess performance effectively. Family accounts do not include grading capabilities.

Subscription Length:

– Families can opt for monthly or annual subscriptions, while schools are offered only annual plans.

Free Trial Period:

– Families receive a 7-day free trial, whereas schools are granted a 14-day free trial.

Payment Methods:

– Family subscriptions are charged through the website or app, while schools can also pay via check or online with net 30 terms.


– Family subscriptions cost $19 per month or $199 per year per language course.

– School subscriptions start at $340 per year for 10 students per language course, with varying per-child costs based on student count.

Can tutors or homeschooling families subscribe for a school account?

Tutors and homeschooling families can sign up for school accounts, although family accounts may be more cost-effective for fewer than 10 students. School accounts do not offer a monthly payment option.

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