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With an Apple ID, students can access key services and further personalize their learning experience—in the classroom and beyond.
An Apple ID belongs to the individual student, providing access to all the services and content they need for their own personalized learning experience. With an Apple ID, students can sign in to Apple services such as iCloud, iTunes U, App Store, and iBooks Store — resources that help personalize the learning experience and ensure students have access to their work wherever they are.
With an Apple ID, the content a student creates is stored in their own account. So their school work travels with them, no matter which device they use. Whether installing apps assigned by school, backing up homework to iCloud, or downloading a book, an Apple ID allows students to own their learning and their content, even when they leave school.
While an Apple ID is owned by a student, controls for parents and schools are available to manage what students can do on devices. Students 13 years of age or older can use their existing Apple ID on a school-provided device. If they don’t have an account, they can quickly sign up for one.
The Apple ID for Students program allows schools to request Apple IDs for their students under 13. With iPad or Mac and an Apple ID, your students will always have access to the content they need for school — including their own notes and documents, apps, textbooks, and courses.
Students under the age of 13 can get an Apple ID through the Apple ID for Students program. Apple provides an online resource to obtain verifiable parental consent at the request of a school. When they receive the request, parents can set up an Apple ID for their student and gain access to information about the use of the Apple ID and any associated data.
Once students reach the age of 13, their Apple ID converts to a full account with full rights and privileges. Students can continue to access any classwork, notes, books, or apps associated with their Apple ID.
Student privacy is important to Apple. Apple IDs for students under 13 are restricted in the following ways:
With an Apple ID, students under the age of 13 can access key resources and services and further personalize learning.
To request Apple IDs, schools must first enroll with Apple by providing basic information about their educational institution.
Communications from Apple will be sent directly to parents or guardians, letting them know that an Apple ID has been requested for their student and guiding them through the Apple ID creation and registration process.
Once enrollment is complete, schools can request Apple IDs for their students through the Apple ID for students administrative website.
Schools can use the Apple ID for Students administrative website to verify that parental consent has been given for each student.
Learn about the Apple ID for Students program and how to request Apple IDs for your students.
Learn how students can use Apple ID to access school materials and how parents can help manage content and resources on their student’s iOS devices.