High school coder gets $3M for his gradebook software, 10-years later

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By Sarah Mitroff, VentureBeat

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Classroom-management software company Engrade has closed a $3 million round of funding, just ten years after its creation by a high school student.

Company founder Bri Holt developed an online gradebook in 2003, while he was still a high schooler. While I was chasing boys and trying to pass algebra, Holt was developing software that would eventually lead to a business. He now serves as the chief technology expert for Engrade.

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