Start a Teacher Premium (Free Trial) Subscription

A Teacher Premium Plan (or free trial) subscription allows an educator to get a taste of what Gradient by GradeCam offers to schools and districts. When an individual teacher account is created, it is uniquely connected to the personal information entered by the individual and is not connected to a school or district database (for this reason, data and assignments can not later be merged into a school subscription or vice versa).

  • For some teachers, the Gradient for Teachers subscription perfectly meets their needs to work within their own classrooms and easily manage their own students and classes for grading purposes.
  • For many teachers, the Gradient for Schools subscription that relies on school-managed data for streamlined collaboration, data sharing, and integrations is the best option.
  • To learn more about the Gradient for Teachers subscription, read on below:

    Teacher Premium (or Free Trial) Subscription

    To start a Teacher Premium (or Free Trial) subscription, go to our GradeCam website and select Free Trial for Teachers.

    If a Gradient for Schools/Districts subscription was recently purchased, you don't need to follow these steps. Once your rosters are synced or imported by your school/district you will receive a Login Invitation from

    When you signup for a free trial To start the 60 day free trial, sign up using your personal email, Google, Clever, or ClassLink. Follow the sign up instructions.

    If you've signed up for a free trial before, you can login via and follow the steps to Renew/Upgrade Your Teacher Premium subscription.

    The trial signup process will ask you for your contact information, email (use your personal email), school, and district. Once you walk through the signup process you will be directed to the Gradient homepage and a validation email will be sent to the email used to sign up.

    Get started with Gradient by:

  • Following the in-app tutorials accessed in the bottom left corner via the ? icon.
  • Reading about how to get started, by using the Help Center articleTeacher Premium - Step By Step
  • Reviewing or printing the PDF Quick Start Guide
  • Gradient Login

    Log in to Gradient by visiting Read more about your login options here.