America’s teens use After School to be themselves in a positive environment. They speak their mind, connect with classmates, participate in social change, volunteer for community projects, apply for scholarships, and more, all on After School, the largest teen-focused social network
After School brings authenticity into online communication by utilizing anonymity. Teens can share their thoughts and feelings without worrying that they will be judged. Proactive moderation to detect and prevent bullying and threats helps keep each school’s network positive and safe. Read our Community Guidelines and what we’re doing to protect users here in our Safety Center.
After School emerged from founders Michael Callahan and Cory Levy’s work with communication-based tech and conversations with America’s teens. They created After School to give teens an online space to be themselves creatively, launching the first test version of After School in November 2014.
After School partners with forward-thinking organizations to bring teens unique opportunities to expand their world and help them make positive contributions to society. Partners include: