• Gain access to our learning management system, Google Classroom
  • Over 1,200 K-12 self-paced lessons, all available on demand
  • A digital library containing over 750+ hours of award-winning curriculum, selected by our team of 21st-century educators

The Kindest School offers over 1,200 on demand learning opportunities through our user friendly Google Classroom platform.


Our team of educators are constantly reviewing the best educational resources available to students today, and we make them available to each member of the Kindest Generation at the click of a button.

Our K-12 curriculum is specifically designed for the 21st century learner, and can be accessed through any device. Families who subscribe to CLASSROOM will receive access to our private Google Classroom platform, and content is accessible from any device.

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Climate Refugees

Environmental Science/Human Geography

The reality of climate change is affecting people around the world, with many global citizens being forced from their homes and communities because of rising sea levels. In this lesson, learn more about some of the world’s first climate refugees.

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Google Earth Voyager Course

Goodall, Gombe & Google

Join Dr. Jane Goodall as she takes you on a journey to Tanzania’s Gombe National Park and introduces you to some of the chimpanzees she has observed over the years, including a charming little fellow named Google.

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Navigating Digital Information Course

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With the amount of fake and doctored photos and videos out there, how can we know what to trust? Most of us are used to thinking that “seeing is believing” but as technology makes it easier and easier to spread unreliable content online it’s more important than ever for us to read laterally, check for context, and always fact check suspicious content – even if it looks real.

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