We see your full potential.
The key to success in life isn’t just working hard and being persistent, it’s also about recognizing and seizing rare opportunities. The 1Million Project is one such opportunity.
This is more than simply a chance to do your homework in a safe, quiet space. This is an opportunity to arrest your future - to research, explore, create and imagine. Your device and your connectivity enables you to communicate with your teachers online, research college possibilities and think big about your future.
The 1Million Project will help you to chase your dreams by eliminating the frustrating, time-consuming search for Internet access outside of school. We’re supporting you by giving you one important tool for your success – now it’s up to you to do the hard work necessary to achieve success, as defined by you.
If you're a 1Million Project high school student in Chicago Public Schools, Oklahoma City Public Schools or San Antonio ISD, we want to reward you with more wireless data for practicing for the SAT. Sign-up (for free) at Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy, set your practice schedule, link your College Board and Khan Academy accounts, and start earning your free data. Specific details on how to claim your free data will be provided by your school. By putting in some hard work and practice, you can improve your SAT scores and feel more prepared for college.
what our fellow students say
More than 2,000 high school students just like you participated in our 2017 1Million Project Spring pilot program. Students who responded to our survey had this to say about the program’s impact:
of students say the 1Million Project enabled them to complete more homework in comfortable, convenient and safe places
of students say the 1million project improved their quality of life (more sleep + less time hunting for Wi-Fi)
of students say the 1million project has led to a “meaningful” improvement in their attitude towards learning and school
of students say that On a 1-10 scale of overall impactfulness of 1MP on their lives, more than 50% awarded the program a score of 7 or higher