MyLife™ For Schools
The Easiest Way to Engage Students with Social Emotional Learning (SEL).
MyLife™ for Schools is a web-based mindfulness application for in the classroom, distance learning and a hybrid educational model. Middle and High School students check in regularly with how they’re feeling and MyLife™ recommends short mindfulness activities tuned to their emotions.
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Proud to Partner with Leading Districts & Schools Nationwide
We’re Here To Help
Welcome To MyLife™ For Schools
A well-supported student can handle whatever may come their way. Our activities support the different competencies of Social Emotional Learning and are shown to have a significant impact over time.
Read Our WoodStock Middle School Case Study
How Students Benefit
Both in class and at home
Home & Classroom
A digital tool to reduce stress and anxiety. Easily implemented for distance learning.
A Safe Place
A safe platform for sharing and acknowledging emotions
Short and impactful mindfulness activities personalized to emotional state
A way to track their mood overtime
How Teachers Benefit
Calm and focused classrooms in under 10 minutes
How Schools Benefit
Individual student, teacher and administrator accounts accessed through the web
400+ accessible guided mindfulness tracks and animated videos
Data & Trends
Aggregate overview of product usage and student emotional data
Content that underscores the core competencies of Social Emotional Learning
Access to direct program support from the MyLife Team and easy onboarding and implementation.
How Administrators Benefit
- Visual representation of school climate
- Aggregate overview of student emotional check-ins
- Product usage reports by classroom
Born From The Classroom,
Made For The Classroom
MyLife™ for Schools was born out of the nonprofit, Tools for Peace, an organization that teaches mindfulness to at-risk youth in California.
With 20+ years of mindfulness teaching experience, we’ve spent years fine-tuning our program, listening to educators who use it in their classrooms, and identifying the growing concerns in educating students today.