AboutOne Education & School Records
AboutOne is the best place to manage all of their educational records.
Psst! – It makes life easier for college students, too!
Your kids’ education
When you have multiple kids in different schools, the numbers and names can be confusing. Use your AboutOne account to track it all:
- Enter school, teacher, and grade level for each child each year.
- Store current and past copies of IEPs and GIEPs.
- Add documents like report cards and test scores.
- Record activities and awards for preschool through college.
Our mobile apps allow you to add and view details about each family member’s education quickly and easily.
Applying to college and for scholarships requires a plethora of educational records. Use your AboutOne account to organize it all:
- A list of all standardized test scores (PSAT, SAT, ACT, GMAT, etc.).
- A log of extracurricular activities and awards.
- A journal of volunteer hours completed each year.
- Letters of recommendation from teachers or counselors.
- Transcripts, schedules, and application essays.
- Summaries of sports teams’ participation and win-loss records.
- Memories (with photo & video highlights) from each year of high school.
You can even receive email reminders for application deadlines, standardized test, and other important dates.
Follow them to college
AboutOne’s educational records don’t end when your kids go off to college. Give them access to their account, including health details and contacts, so they’ll be prepared for anything. They can use one of our mobile apps to add:
- Class schedules.
- Extracurricular activities including community service projects.
- Awards and recognitions like Dean’s List.
- Internships and other work experiences.
- FAFSA and other financial aid paperwork.
“AboutOne is a great tool for busy moms who want to stay organized but don’t want to be a slave to a filing cabinet. I especially like the Education tools because they give me a quick reference to each of my children’s important school records. I save teacher’s notes, recommendations, and report cards.”
Susan, AboutOne Customer
“Last month, I had to help my 15-year-old daughter gather information on all her activities, awards, work accolades and volunteer hours so she could fill out a National Honor Society application. That should’ve been stressful and taken us hours of digging through files and scrapbooks and certificates. It wasn’t and it didn’t. My son is working toward becoming an Eagle Scout, and we have to keep track of all the nights he camps, and which of those are in a tent, and how far along he is on the Eagle-required merit badges, and how many non-Eagle merit badges he has, and how many hours of service he performs, etc. That should be complicated and overwhelming. But it’s not.”
Michelle, AboutOne Customer