Which schools are using Khan Academy?

Khan Academy is used in over 30,000 classrooms worldwide. In addition, we are working closely with a group of public, charter and independent schools. Most of these schools are located in the San Francisco Bay Area so that our school implementations team can work closely with them. 
Los Altos is one of our closest partners and our largest implementation with over 40 classrooms. Their district-wide roll out is pioneering how blended learning can be used at a large scale in a public school district. We are also working with other public schools, such as Milpitas Unified and the Mountain View public school district. On the charter school side, we are working with Summit Preparatory School at their San Jose sites. Their campus in Redwood City was featured in the film Waiting for Superman. We are also working with Oakland Unity, a charter school serving East Oakland, and the KIPP charter network. At KIPP we are working with their Bay Area schools. We are also working with some unique independent schools. One of our independent pilot schools is Eastside College Preparatory School in East Palo Alto, a school that provides full scholarships to its student body, which is made up entirely of students who would be first in their families to attend college.

Globally, we have a number of schools using Khan Academy including San Ignacio de Loyola in Spain, The Boys' Latin in Maryland, and Numeric in South Africa just to name a few. 

To learn more about their experiences, check out our Classroom Case Studies and our Schools Blog.