SchoolMint, a San Francisco, CA-based provider of mobile and online enrollment and school choice systems for K-12 public, charter and private schools, raised $2.2m in seed financing.
The round was led by New School Ventures Fund, Runa Capital and Crosslink Capital with participation from Kapor Capital, Imagine K12, Romulus Capital, Fresco Capital and EdMentor VC as well as other angels like Jared Kopf.
The company intends to use the funds to further expand the team, the product offerings and to increase its presence across the country.
Lanched in 2013 by Jinal Jhaveri and Forum Desai, SchoolMint is an online and mobile enrollment platform for K-12 schools, which can help manage applications, school choice, registration forms, waitlists, run lotteries, communicate deadlines and send notifications.
The solution is used by hundreds of Public and Charter Schools in more than 21 cities and 10 states, enrolling hundreds of thousands of K-12 students.