Whether remote, hybrid or in the classroom – we’ve got you covered as you build foundational financial literacy skills this fall.

Financial education is more than dollars and cents. It’s about establishing better spending habits, instilling confidence, and equipping the next generation with the skills to pursue big financial goals with minimal risk. For more than 10 years, millions of students and their teachers have used EVERFI’s digital lessons to develop youth financial capability.

 EVERFI partners with sponsors nationwide to offer our interactive, online financial literacy resources to K-12 schools free of charge.

Engaging and Self-Paced

Digital Lessons Students Can Access Anywhere






In FutureSmart, middle school students act as mayor of their town, helping citizens solve the financial problems life throws their way.

Grade Levels

6th, 7th, 8th


Always Free.

EVERFI's K-12 Resources Are Available at No Cost to Teachers, Schools, & Districts.

EVERFI's free lesson library offers financial education curriculums for students in grades 4 through 12. Each program offers a range of scenario-based activities, allowing students to puts their saving, spending, and financial planning skills to practice in a real-world context.

  • Access and Accountability

    Asynchronous learning allows for lessons anytime, anywhere with built-in assessments and real-time grading.

  • Turnkey Lessons

    Gamified financial skills in a fail-safe environment. Teachers receive lesson plans, activities, & discussion guides, too.

  • Implementation Support

    Our regional support team guides teachers every step of the way, through on-demand training and professional learning events.


Financial Literacy for High School Students

EVERFI’s High School Financial Wellness Suite offers educators the platform to create a comprehensive, customized learning experience, deepening student knowledge around a range of personal finance topics. All of the interactive, online resources are available to schools free of charge.

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