About

The Catapult Learning Difference

Who we are
Catapult Learning, a leading technology-enabled, K-12 services provider, is dedicated to improving academic achievement for at-risk and struggling students through its suite of intervention and dropout prevention & recovery service offerings. The company also delivers assessment, school improvement, and professional development programs to achieve sustained academic gains and build teacher and leadership capacity. Founded in 1976 and headquartered in Camden, New Jersey, the company reaches close to 300,000 students and over 25,000 teachers annually across 300 school districts in the United States.

What we do
At Catapult Learning, we partner with schools and districts to support individual student needs, improve academic gains, and build teacher and principal capacity. Using our Five Strand Design of Exemplary Schools℠ that incorporates research-based curriculum and proven instructional models and processes, our experts work tirelessly to ensure your students receive the best possible instructional support and your educators receive the personalized professional development needed to transform their instruction and create rigorous opportunities for student learning. With a relentless focus on enhancing teacher instruction and improving learning outcomes for all students, our services and solutions help all students achieve beyond expectations.

Why we do it
At Catapult Learning, we want to play a part in developing the next generation of innovators and achievers. We believe that education is the foundation of our future and should be equitably available to all children regardless of wealth, race, ethnicity, language, religion, or special need. We are dedicated to not only providing a quality education for all children, but also to increasing graduation rates for our partner districts. Our focus on supporting at-risk students as well as their teachers and families with proven intervention  and capacity-building professional development that all students have the opportunity to achieve academic success and graduate high school college and career ready.

  • Literacy First at the middle/high school level is a much needed, powerful professional development model that forces us to examine our teaching and provides up with a consistent language, strategies, and focus in all the content areas.

    Kathy Coley, Glenpool Public Schools OK

  • "The students love to look at their bars, they want to make sure that they've shown the growth that they needed to that month. They get really excited; they talk about testing, and doing well and showing growth. 'Did we meet our target?', 'I met my goal',...they're very excited." Amanda Bullard, Teacher Bennettsville Elementary Schools Bennetsville, SC
  • "eValuate has been invaluable to us for tracking achievement toward end-of-year state tests. When we talk to teachers about setting monthly goals, eValuate provides a great tool to help monitor students' progress and drive effective instruction that will help teachers meet these goals." Jamy Jackson, Principal Helen Thackston Middle School York, PA
  • "The eValuate system provides the formative assessment that we need to support student learning. In addition to helping English and Mathematics, it has brought our whole school together and has made us accountable to student data. The eValuate system gives us the opportunity to have critical conversations to move students forward. " Randiann Porras-Tang, Principal Waialua Intermediate and High School Waialua, HI
  • "With eValuate, I am able to speak confidently about each student' strengths and weaknesses to parents. This, in turn, allows the parents to fully engage in their child's learning as well as celebrate their child's success." Susanie Ann Egan, Teacher Park-Edison Elementary School Clark County, NV
  • "Nobody has anything close to a system where students are assessed monthly, feedback is within the touch of a button, and it is comparable from month to month. Without eValuate, we'd be shooting in the dark toward end-of-year standards." Debra Slauzis, Principal Lynch-Edison Elementary School Clark County, NV