The HealthCenter21 subscription is built in a way that you purchase active student licenses.
That means that you’ll purchase a certain number of licenses based on the number of students who will use the curriculum that year.
Our licenses allow recycling between semesters, so if you have 50 students that need a license in the fall and 50 new students who need access in the spring, you only need to purchase a total of 50 licenses for the year.
Once you have a general sense of how many students will need access to the digital curriculum, it's time to choose your plan.
Which Plan Is Right for You and What Are the Price Ranges?
When purchasing as subscription of HealthCenter21, you can choose from three plans:
Each plan is designed for a certain type of implementation, based on the needs of your health science program.
Let's dive into who each plan is a good fit for and the potential costs for the plans.
If you're a single teacher teaching health science to one class or a handful of classes, the Classroom plan is likely the best solution for you.
A classroom plan can range from $1,500/year - $4,000/year, depending on the number of student licenses you need.
For example, if you have 25 students accessing HealthCenter21 for the year, your cost would be approximately $1,800 for the year.
If you teach 50 students per semester, your subscription would be around $3,500 for the year.
If you and a number of other teachers all teach health science at the same middle school building, a Campus plan is the right solution for you.
With a Campus plan, you receive everything in the Classroom plan with additional capabilities to sync and share classes with your co-teachers as needed.
This is especially helpful when students move from one class to another after the semester has begun. And if you have a teacher's aide who works with your students you can also add them to the plan to further support those students.
A Campus plan subscription ranges from $4,000 to over $10,000 per year, based on the total number of students who need access across your school.
For example, if you have 100 active students in HealthCenter21, your subscription would be around $6,000 for the year.
If you have 200 students who need access, your yearly subscription would be about $11,000.
If you're an administrator looking to roll out a digital health science curriculum to multiple teachers at multiple buildings, the District plan is the right choice for you.
Adistrict-wide implementationis a great way to provide curriculum consistency across your program, improve collaboration among teachers, and grow your program.
When determining the cost of a District plan, your subscription could be anywhere from $10,000 to $100,000 per year, based on a number of factors:
Number of students that need access
On-site professional development
Customizable district course templates
As with the other plans, the main factor that influences the cost of a District plan subscription is the number of students. The three additional items will increase your price if you feel they are valuable additions.
For a smaller District plan with around 300 students needing access, your price could range from $17,000 to $25,000 per year, depending on the optional services you choose.
If your district needs access for over 1,000 health science students, your price would be between $50,000 to $65,000 per year, depending on whether you add professional development, customized templates, or integrations.