School is a purpose-led creative consultancy. The agency articulates purpose in brands, then creates the content, actions, and tools to show it to the world.
School excels at human-centric media — digital, social, and experiential — because it believes that these are the levers that successfully get people to share, participate and act.
Digiday has called School “one of the best cause marketing agencies in the country,” and its work has been featured as “Ad of the Week” in Adweek and The Drum. Publications like Campaign, Ad Age, and Forbes regularly look to School for its guidance and expertise on purpose-led marketing.
School has also partnered with Pencils of Promise, a 501(c)(3) organization that builds schools in Guatemala, Ghana, and Laos, because the agency believes its work should benefit kids looking to learn. So, it builds places for kids to do so. That’s one of the reasons the agency is called School.
School aligned product with purpose to create content that drove sales.
Designing digital tools that help people and brands create a better world – it’s what School does.
For Pope Francis, School built an app that used real-time video to directly connect local missions with private donors. Oh, and Liam Neeson narrated the app’s video.
School creates dynamic consumer experiences that have social amplification at their center.