Why Hero? Because behavior matters.

Schools have many ways of managing student behavior. Yet often, solutions are siloed in nature, lack communication and buy-in, and are rarely adopted school-wide. Hero brings quantifiable action and measurable outcomes to student behavior management. We are founded on the principle that recognizing students in a positive way will yield better academic outcomes, establish greater degrees of trust with students, and create a more positive climate and culture overall.

Explore how Hero supports schools and districts
to improve student outcomes


Recognize students for doing the right thing. Schools that reinforce positive behavior reduce discipline-related issues, improve academics, and create a better place to learn and grow. See how Hero supports positive behavior programs.

Reinforce the Positive


Discipline is a part of every school. But with Hero, schools can incorporate strategies that redirect negative student behavior, and have a very positive effect on your campus culture. See how Hero reduces tardies, referrals, and suspensions.

Behavior Redirection


Better communication benefits everyone. Hero has apps for parents and students, which give instant notifications of behavior events, opening up lines of conversation between school and home. See how Hero improves student engagement.

Tools to Communicate

Hero encourages student success

By reinforcing the good choices students make every day,
Hero helps reduce disruptive behavior.


  • "What Hero is able to do is offer a management system to problem solve on what’s working, what’s not, and how do you go about creating new systems and processes to overcome your challenges."

    Dr. Nikolai Vitti

    Superintendant, Duval County Public Schools

  • "Hero is changing the conversation. Where a teacher might be more apt to focus on certain behaviors in their classroom, this focuses them on school-wide behaviors that we want to see."

    Terry Connor

    Principal, Samuel Wolfson High School

  • "I feel that Hero is instilling positive reinforcement with the kids... In education, we're used to the culture of reinforcing negative behaviors. Now, we're creating a positive culture where students are publicly recognized. There's a reward system. They're recognized by their peers, they're recognized by the faculty and staff, they're recognized by their principal, and it starts to spread throughout the school."

    Carlos Alvarez

    Principal, Hialeah Educational Academy


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