SOURCE: schoolFeed


March 06, 2012 10:25 ET

schoolFeed Introduces Visual Yearbooks to Classmates Network, Announces New Milestone

The Fastest Growing Classmates Network Reaches 10 Million Users

PALO ALTO, CA--(Marketwire - Mar 6, 2012) - schoolFeed, the fastest growing classmate network online, today announced the introduction of scanned Yearbooks to its features. Additionally, the network has hit over 10 million users sharing over 100 million stories on their activity feeds. schoolFeed aims to help users find and connect with their high school classmates, and offers an online yearbook and class directory with news feed, interest subscriptions and virtual currency.

The new scanned yearbook feature on schoolFeed allows users to scan, tag and share their original high school yearbooks. Now, schoolFeed users can preserve and revisit their high school memories together on the classmates network. The first scanned yearbook on the site, for Interboro Senior High School, class of 1968, can be viewed here.

Other schoolFeed features include:

  • Find and connect with hundreds of old classmates in just one click
  • Share an online yearbook with your graduating class
  • Follow classmates based on interests
  • Earn virtual currency as you engage with other users

"We're seeing incredible traction on schoolFeed, with over 100,000 users signing up daily, and actively finding, sharing and reconnecting with old friends, " said Lance Tokuda, co-founder of schoolFeed. "The more new friends join, the more engaged the community grows. Over half of our users were active in the last month. With the scanned yearbook feature now available, we're excited to give users an even more sentimental way to revisit memories with their classmates."

To learn more about schoolFeed, visit or its application on Facebook at

About schoolFeed
schoolFeed is a fast growing classmate network that makes it easy to find and keep in touch with classmates. It combines an online yearbook and class directory with news feeds, interest subscriptions and virtual currency. Founded in 2011 by former RockYou CEO Lance Tokuda, schoolFeed has over 10 million users and is funded by First Round Capital, InterWest Partners, SK Telecom Ventures, Crosslink Capital, Charles River Ventures, XG Ventures, and several angel investors. To learn more about schoolFeed, visit or its application on Facebook at

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