A Powerful K-12 Student Information System

SchoolFront K-12 Student Information System (SIS) Software

Highly-Secure K-12 Student Records Management

SchoolFront school management software captures standard personal and demographic information for K-12 students, parents, and school staff. Custom fields can be added to the system to track information if a school requires it.

Each user has a “360 Degree Profile” from where you can generally access all information about the user and run reports pertinent to the user. For instance, you can run report cards, schedules, and transcripts, for students directly from the student profile in SchoolFront school management software if you need them for just one user.

Personal Information Management in SchoolFront Student Information Software

The following is just some of the information that can be tracked in the student’s 360 Degree Profile in SchoolFront school management software:

  • Personal and Contact Information

  • Emergency Contact Information

  • Family Information

  • Demographic Information

  • Current Grade and Cohort

  • Historical Grades

  • Test & Standardized Assessment Scores

  • Student Schedule

  • Student Enrollment

  • Current Grade Summaries by Course

  • Family Communication Tracking

  • Attendance Summary

  • Discipline Summary

  • Student-specific Reports

  • User Logins/Access Log

Family Members in SchoolFront Student Information Software

The following is just some of the information that can be tracked in the family member 360 Degree Profile in SchoolFront school management software:

  • Personal and Contact Information

  • Children Association

  • Employer Information

  • Family Communication Tracking

  • User Logins/Access Log

Historical Grades, Test, & Assessment Scores in SchoolFront Student Information Software

Student historical grades and standardized testing scores are a requirement for students of all ages in K-12 schools.

Along with storing student grades longitudinally, SchoolFront supports the definition of tests to track at the school or district level. Schools can add tests such as SATs, ISTEP, ACT, etc. and define the parameters for scoring for each test. For example, an SAT may have a writing score, a math score, and an aggregate score.

Once tests are defined in the system scores can be tracked in the student profile and can be used for reporting along with student and school targets/objectives, demographics, or any other information captured in the system.