Hey, educators!

Create a beautiful class website for your students.

There's never been an easier way to bring your students together in an online community

Create a Community for Your Class

Go Deeper

Post articles, ask questions, and keep the class discussion going between in-person sessions

Create a new kind of personal connection between you and your students

Launch a beautiful website where your students can keep the discussion going between sessions. Share resources and add new discussion topics daily.

Connect Your Students

See the Big Picture

Tap comprehensive analytics to understand who your students are and what they're actually doing in your community

Launch a Beautiful

Class Website

What would happen if you brought your students together?

Create a beautiful website for your class where students can come together and participate in rich, in-depth discussions online.

Create a beautiful community for your class

Get the FREE guide to launching your class website

Everything you need to launch a beautiful class website and online community where you can bring your students together.

Do I need a separate web host for my class website?

Is a Mighty Network really free?

Have questions? We’ve got answers.

Absolutely! Our Creator plan is completely free, and you don’t need to enter any credit card details or sign a contract.

What types of content or media can I share in my community?

How many students can join my Mighty Network?

Not at all! You can get your Mighty Network set up in minutes with our easy-to-use tools. No coding required.

As many as you want! Every Mighty Network supports an unlimited number of students, and we don’t charge per-member fees like other services.

Nope! Every Mighty Network includes secure hosting and 10GB of storage for free.

Do I need to know a programming language to create my community?

Anything that you want! You can create rich, beautifully formatted articles with threaded commenting built-in. You can also upload any type of file (up to 25MB each), add unlimited photos, and embed video from YouTube, Vimeo, or Facebook.