Achieve3000’s research-proven literacy solutions are designed to prepare your child for success in college and career. With every lesson that your child completes in school, he is building important literacy skills that will help him achieve in the classroom and beyond.

Now in partnership with your child's school, we're looking to prepare your child for even greater college and career success with our free Home Edition for parents. Using the Home Edition, you can get involved in your child's literacy growth and use our powerful tools to accelerate gains.

Start today by retrieving your login information, learning more about how our Home Edition works, signing up for free webinars, and taking advantage of a wealth of resources, exclusively for parents of Achieve3000 students.



Account Not Set Up? Here’s How to Get Started

It’s easy to set up your account, and completely free. You’ll just need your child’s login information and a security code from your child’s teacher or our support team.

  1. Go to on your internet browser
  2. Enter your child’s username and password
  3. Click the arrow to the right of his/her name on top of the screen.
  4. Click Create Parent Login
  5. Enter the security code that you received from your child’s teacher or our support team. (Don’t have one? Get one now.)
  6. The system will display your Home Edition username and password. Record it somewhere safe as you’ll need it to access the Home Edition each time.
  7. Login and start building family-wide literacy!


Learn More

Visit our Parent Learning Center to learn more about our Home Edition. Now available in 17 languages.

Watch this short video to learn more about the Home Edition and how it can accelerate your child’s progress.




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Every week, the student who scores the most points compared to all students nationwide wins a prize!

  • The winning student must have at least 100 points.
  • If there is a tie, one of the winners is chosen.
  • You can only win the achievement once in a school year.
  • You can only win the weekly contest once every four weeks.
  • The contest runs from Monday through Friday.

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