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Best Teacher Websites of 2022 | 44 Examples + Templates

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The best teacher websites of 2022.

1. Karing for Post Partum

https://www.karingforpostpartum.com/

Orange is the new black? Well, indeed it is with this website’s colors. This postpartum website is perfect for all mothers in terms of service but also a user-friendly interface.

Things we love about this web design

  • Dropdown menus
  • Checklists
  • Contact icons
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2. Man Talks 

URL: https://mantalks.com/
CREDITS: https://lovepixelagency.com/

I seriously love this website example. It shows how you can use powerful images combined with the right call to action buttons – and make it a highly converting website. This website was created by the Love Pixel Agency, and is one I would definitely recommend you to have a look at!

Things we love about this web design

  • Great shapes
  • Powerful images
  • Conversion focused

3. Laurent Bouty

https://laurentbouty.com/

Alternating visuals along with a large blue banner makes the website simple and minimalistic in looks. However, the best part is the animated visuals and gallery-style pictures.

Things we love about this web design

  • Great color combination
  • Easy-to-navigate 
  • Simple design

4. The Math Guru

https://www.themathguru.ca/

Math will now never be boring with this funky and hip website! The website is covered with an electric blue and accents of Barbie pink which make it pop. The stunning website has great visuals too!

Things we love about this web design

  • Creative logo
  • Dropdown menu
  • Cool composition

5. The Actors Gym

https://actorsgym.co.uk/home/

A gym for actors is a gym for amazing visuals too! The hints of pink on a black frame are pure eye-candy. Also, the scrolling testimonials add an extra kick to the overall design.

Things we love about this web design

  • Striking video
  • Unique logo
  • Contact information icons

6. Smart Passive Income

https://www.smartpassiveincome.com/

Nothing is better than the design of a website to truly catch attention. The green bars along with the animated visuals prove that simple designs are the best. Love it!

Things we love about this web design

  • Animated icons
  • Checklists
  • Great presentation

7. Mentorly

https://mentorly.io/

Mentorly sports its knowledge of graphic design by using complementary colors and graphic visuals to create an interesting theme. The content is direct.

Things we love about this web design

  • User-friendly
  • Great visual design
  • Custom images

8. Ramsey Voice Studio

https://ramseyvoice.com/

Get your singing on with Ramsey Voice Studio! This design is a great example. The whole website is white except for the main banner which is bright red. Isn’t that cool!

Things we love about this web design

  • Glowing titles
  • Go-to-top icon
  • Call to action above the fold

9. Paul Gordon Brown

https://paulgordonbrown.com/teaching-portfolio/

A sleek and elegant website about a great teacher and his teaching journey, however, what’s even more interesting is the minimalistic design! The website manages to catch the eye with only black and white and a great personal photo. How cool!

Things we love about this web design

  • Bold Font
  • Clean design
  • Creative logo

10. Paul Riley Art Teacher

https://www.paulrileyart.com/

Art can be best displayed through visuals and this website does just that! A carousel of interesting works of art by Paul Riley will surely leave you wanting to know more.

Things we love about this web design

  • Glowing titles
  • Slideshow of visuals
  • Extremely simple

11. Bridgestone Winter Driving School

https://winterdrive.com/

The Bridgestone Winter Driving School offers a full range of winter driving programs for all abilities, from the novice to the seasoned professional. What this website can offer you aside from comprehensive write-ups about their services are crisp and clear images. They definitely do the website a favor!

Things we love about this web design

  • Sleek and classic web design
  • On-loop video clips below the fold
  • Old-school graphic designs and layouts

12. Dyslexia Deb

https://dyslexiadeb.co.uk/

Your eyes will thank you after vising this website. Dyslexia Deb creates a cool and refreshing vibe thanks to its color scheme that is mainly composed of blue and teal.

Things we love about this web design

  • Fill-out form is readily available above the fold
  • Comprehensive explanations and blogs about Dyslexia
  • Contact information is located on top of the screen on every page

13. NMS Tuition

https://www.tutorinsurrey.co.uk/

NMS Tuition leverages stock images on its design. This may not work for some but Natasha Saed need not worry because she did a great job of demonstrating her legitimacy and skills. Check out the ‘news’ page and see it for yourself.

Things we love about this web design

  • Wide range of images
  • Clean and minimal blog pages
  • Lots of white spaces

14. Tutor Eye

https://www.tutoreye.com/

What an engaging website! If you are looking for a fun and playful web design that doesn’t lack professionalism, this is the one!

Things we love about this web design

  • The search bar above the fold results in getting viewers to browse right away
  • Lively color scheme and graphic designs
  • Lots of resources

15. TutorMe

https://tutorme.com/

Just like the mentioned example above, TutorMe has a search bar above the fold that gets viewers browsing from the get-go. This really is a great way to boost a website’s conversion rate!

Things we love about this web design

  • Awesome ‘demo lesson space’ feature
  • Easy navigation on the ‘tutors’ page
  • Featured universities where the Tutors are from

16. Growing Stars

https://www.growingstars.com/

Simplicity, seamless navigation, comprehensive and easy-to-follow write-ups, and clean and trustworthy vibes – if those are the things you’d want in your website, then have a look at this great example!

Things we love about this web design

  • Classic vector icon designs
  • Straightforward and professional copywriting
  • Search bar and a clear call-to-action above the fold

17. Wyzant

https://www.wyzant.com/

I love this website! The main takeaway you can get from this website is its amazing content organization. We’re all for a clean and seamless user experience, right?

Things we love about this web design

  • Well-thought-out sequence of content especially on the home page
  • Skillfully-produced video above the fold
  • Clean menu structure

18. Chegg

https://www.chegg.com/

Chegg welcomes you with a great visual representation of what they are all about, and that is being available for their users 24/7. And you’d be even more impressed with Chegg as you explore more of its pages. I’m sure you’d love the modern design details on this website!

Things we love about this web design

  • Modern web design
  • Round-edged images make the web design look compact
  • Mobile-friendly interface

19. Skooli

https://www.skooli.com/

Okay, hear me out. From the get-go, you’d think this is just your usual online tutor website, with all the professional details and formal copywriting. But wait until you skim through the subject list pages where tutors are given profiles in a cute and strategic way.

Things we love about this web design

  • Very sleek and effective tutor listings
  • Remarkable bookmark-style logo placed on top of the screen
  • Great tutor profile design

20. Preply

https://preply.com/

Perfect! If we’re talking about narrowing search results with filters, then Preply got you covered! What’s even more noteworthy is that when you hover your mouse on top of a tutor profile, their availability and introduction video pops up.

Things we love about this web design

  • Their website has a slick design
  • Insightful ‘How Preply works’ section on the home page
  • Great graphic designs – illustrations and layouts

21. Learn to Be

https://www.learntobe.org/

Learn To Be welcomes you with a heartwarming image of a tutor and a tutee. This gives the viewers a sense of trust and builds a connection with their potential clients.

Things we love about this web design

  • Updated numbers of sessions started, hours tutored, and students supported
  • Clear call-to-action buttons throughout the website
  • Soft color scheme

22. Bolton School

https://artdepartmentblog.wordpress.com/

Wonderful artworks above the fold! Okay, this isn’t exactly a ‘teacher’ website but I’ve included Bolton School on this list because this would be helpful for teachers who want to feature students and their works on the website.

Things we love about this web design

  • Unique graphic layouts
  • Wide range of content
  • Lots of visual media

23. Learning in Hand with Tony Vincent

https://learninginhand.com/

Learning in Hand is a great example if you’re looking for a classic web design that looks like one of those early 2010s websites.

Things we love about this web design

  • Playful illustrations and graphic designs
  • Classic web design style
  • Lots of colors are introduced

14. Emma Apfel

https://www.emmaapfel.de/en

Have a look at this very sleek website for a change! Emma Apfel creates a minimalistic and modern web design that is very easy to follow. You do yourself a favor, visit this website because I’m sure you’d love it.

Things we love about this web design

  • Skillfully-produced video above the fold – everything is in slow-mo!
  • Lovely image slider just below the fold
  • Smooth scrolling animations

15. Peak Education

https://www.peak.edu.au/

That tagline “start everyday a term ahead” will really get you hyped up! It’s a nice way to grab the attention of the viewers and entice them to explore more of its pages. I tell you, you’re missing out on something great if you skip this one.

Things we love about this web design

  • Unique color scheme – it is vibrant to boot!
  • Subtle scrolling animations
  • Great copywriting

26. International Air & Space training Institute Newark

https://iasti-newark.co.uk/

As soon as this website opens, you’d know that IASTI is world-class! Everything in here just screams quality and sleekness. Have a look at this futuristic website for a change!

Things we love about this web design

  • Futuristic and smooth color scheme
  • Sleek call-to-action buttons and line art details
  • Crisp and clear images

27. MasterPasha Photography

https://www.masterpasha.photography/

The first look on this website is a fast-paced slideshow on its one-pager homepage. Clicking on the screen will have you greeted with creative layouts and wonderful images! Also, I love how hip this website is.

Things we love about this web design

  • Stylish and trendy layouts
  • Well-thought-out images
  • Unique web design

28. Ken “Duncan” Mah

https://www.ux-uidesigner.com/

If you are brand new to design or a graphic designer wanting to make that transition to web design, check this website. Yes, it is simple but it has that cool vibes and advanced website animations going on!

Things we love about this web design

  • One-pager website
  • Featured awards & awards list
  • 3D animations

29. Italki

https://www.italki.com/

Friendliness and professionalism at its finest! Italki makes you feel at home with engaging images and graphics that really talk about how passionate they are in giving everyone the opportunity to learn languages.

Things we love about this web design

  • Vibrant color scheme
  • Heaps and heaps of white spaces!
  • Simple yet effective copywriting

30. Marilyn Burns Math

https://marilynburnsmath.com/

I admit, I chuckled at the sight of this website’s name. It is witty! And it immediately catches your attention.

Things we love about this web design

  • Homey and authentic image above the fold
  • Lots of resources – blogs, videos, podcasts, books
  • Classic color scheme

31. Learning in Wonderland

https://learninginwonderland.com/

Colorful! Colorful! Colorful! Okay, I’m not saying this is the best or this is what your website should look like but I’m sure if you’re looking for a website inspiration that includes cute graphic designs and playful illustrations that attract kids and parents, then you can learn a thing or two from Learning in Wonderland!

Things we love about this web design

  • Playful and vibrant colors
  • Lots and lots of graphic illustrations
  • Unique font style

32. Amy Lemons

https://amylemons.com/

Amy Lemons isn’t your ordinary teacher website. Its design is more like a blog rather than having a professional or formal approach to it. But you know what, this undoubtedly has its own merits!

Things we love about this web design

  • Web design that looks like a blog
  • Playful graphic designs
  • Lots of free resources and blogs

33. Erica’s Ed-ventures

https://ericasedventures.com/

Just like the mentioned example above, this website also has a web design that looks more like a blog. So if you’re looking for a teacher website that has a personal feel to it, then check this out!

Things we love about this web design

  • Fancy typography
  • Soft color scheme
  • Linked Instagram page for social proof

34. 3rd Grade Thoughts

https://www.3rdgradethoughts.com/

Love the typography on this one! The lively text above the fold surely captivates viewers and entices them to scroll further.

Things we love about this web design

  • Classic shop web page design
  • Playful typography especially above the fold
  • Engaging graphic illustrations

35. First Grade a la Carte

https://firstgradealacarte.blogspot.com/

Talk about colors and classic designs because this website got you covered. Well, this may not have the best web design but do make sure to check this out.

Things we love about this web design

  • ‘Labels’ are readily available as blog filter/tags
  • Search bar is placed on top of the screen to get viewers browsing right away
  • Colorful website

36. The Simply Organized Teacher

https://thesimplyorganizedteacher.com/

Kelly helps busy and overwhelmed teachers create organized classrooms! With that in mind, Kelly did a great job as well in organizing content and designs in her website.

Things we love about this web design

  • Subtle color scheme that makes call-to-action buttons pop
  • Great copywriting
  • Wide range of visual media available – personal, professional, graphic designs

37. Comprehension Connection

https://www.comprehensionconnection.net/

You can never go wrong with a classic blue and red color scheme. I must say, it’s a work of art really. Everything looks perfect and cool in this color scheme. Comprehension Connection is no exception.

Things we love about this web design

  • Great choice of color scheme
  • Wonderful and consistent illustrations
  • Clean menu structure

38. Teacher by the Beach

http://www.teacherbythebeach.com/

Another classic one on the list. Maybe it’s my love for old and classic stuff that makes me attracted to this kind of website. Feel free to visit this website!

Things we love about this web design

  • Child-friendly sketches and drawings
  • Image slider above the fold
  • Lots of blogs are available!

39. Fifth in the Middle

http://www.fifthinthemiddle.com/

Just like the previously mentioned examples, this one is a classic as well! BUT, Fifth in the Middle has a cleaner look thanks to its consistent color scheme mainly composed of pink, purple, and blue shades.

Things we love about this web design

  • Consistent color scheme and font style
  • Simple yet effective web design
  • Image slider and fill-out form above the fold

40. Codecademy

https://www.codecademy.com/

A true visual pleaser! Codecademy creates a new, interactive way of learning — making it engaging, flexible, and accessible for as many people as possible. You’re missing out on something amazing if you haven’t visited this yet!

Things we love about this web design

  • Subtle yet very sleek animations
  • Original graphic layouts
  • Lovely geometric patterns

41. Purple Tutor

https://purpletutor.com/

Purple Tutor is everything you need in a professional teacher/tutor website. Check it out for yourself because if I have to list all the things I love about this website, I could go on and on.

Things we love about this web design

  • Full details on the “Pricing & Coursing Info”
  • Comprehensive write-ups – easy to understand!
  • Well-thought-out illustrations and graphic designs

42. Superprof

https://www.superprof.com/

I love the versatility and broadness of this website! You can see lots and lots of topics, opportunities, and, of course, talented people on Superprof. Talk about moderness and minimalism because Superprof got you covered!

Things we love about this web design

  • Search bar is readily available for viewers to get browsing right away
  • Mobile-friendly interface
  • Organization is superb!

44. James Hunkin English Tutor 

https://www.englishtutorjames.com/

This website will not only teach you English but also a few things about website design! The sliding pictures encapsulated in large boxes are a different method of presenting the information.

Things we love about this web design

  • Yellow and white color scheme
  • Simple design
  • Flooded with information
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Although this one officially shouldn't be in this list - I couldn't keep this one from you. Elegant themes has amazing website themes and leads by example. Their own homepage looks stunning.

What you can learn from this great  website

  • Playful design
  • Clear call to actions
  • Great user experience
Now you've found some cool teacher examples,

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Checklist: 5 ways to make your teacher website beautiful and highly converting

1. Don’t break the 5 second rule

The moment a visitor lands on your website you only have 5 seconds to make a good impression.

That’s 5 short seconds to convince your visitor to stay on your website – and don’t hit the back button.

Make sure the text on your website is appealing and gets your visitor excited. Don’t waste the first 5 seconds of somebody’s visit with unnecessary fluff.

2. Don’t confuse your visitor with too many call to actions

Great call to actions draw the attention of your visitors.

That said, you don’t want your call to action buttons fighting for the attention of your visitor. Pick the most important call to action for that page, and go with it.

In case you want to show multiple call to actions anyway, make sure to give them a different design, with your primary call to action being the most notable one.

3. Design mobile-first

Last year over 52% of all the website traffic worldwide came from mobile devices.

More than half of the website visits are on a mobile device.

This percentage will only increase in the coming years, therefore the mobile design of your website is crucial for the success of your website.

When designing your website, think about mobile design before you build your desktop website.

4. Watch people using your website without telling them what to do

Once your website is ready it’s time to launch. Well, almost.

Invite some friends or colleagues and put them in front of a computer. Ask them to pretend to be potential customers and have them visit your website.

Now sit next to them, and don’t say anything (this will be harder than you think).

Do this with at least 5 people and learn from their behavior:

  • Did they follow the steps you expected them to?
  • Did your website load fast enough?
  • Was everything clear to them?

5. Collect real testimonials from real members

By now you probably realized social proof is extremely important when it comes to building a great website. Take it to the next level, and add testimonials from your members.

Don’t write them yourself, don’t ask your friends to write them. Everybody will feel something is off.

Want to go for the perfect score? Include video testimonials. Trust me, this will turn your website into a conversion machine.

Growth hacking: 3 powerful strategies to promote your teacher website

1. Go viral with a viral give-away

Imagine.

You send your website to 5 friends. Who each sends it to 5 friends.

Now, these friends also send it to 5 friends.  Oh la la! Continue this loop for a while, and your website is actually going viral.

Viral Loops is a referral marketing tool that helps you to explode your website with new visitors.

We’ve used Viral Loops to create virality with multiple websites. It allows you to build a sustainable referral scheme that helps you to grow your website rapidly.

2. Use local SEO

SEO is a great way to attract local clients. SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization and helps you to get free website traffic through search engines.

Check out these articles about local SEO if you want to learn more about this:

3. Do a press release

Yikes! A press release? That’s not for your website, right?

Well. It is actually. Journalists LOVE small businesses and the entrepreneurs behind them. It makes sense – if you’re at a birthday party, friends are probably always asking how your business is doing.

Everybody loves entrepreneurs.

Write a press release about a milestone your company achieved. It doesn’t really matter what it is your company did, just make it juicy and interesting.

Create a list of journalists and reach out to them. The key in this process is the follow-up. If you’re just sending them just one email you’re probably not going to have a lot of success. Remind them at least once within a period of 7 days.

Being featured by local news outlets actually is good for your SEO. The more websites mentioning you on their website, the higher you’ll rank in the search engine.

FAQ

What makes a good teacher website?

A teacher website should have a minimalistic design, be easy to navigate and include a lot of social proof. Have a look at this page for great example websites.

How to create a teacher website?

  1. Analyze the best examples on this page
  2. Make notes of what you like – and what you don’t like
  3. Design your own site with this drag & drop website builder 
  4. Publish your website with our recommended hosting platform.

How much does a teacher website cost?

A web designer will charge anywhere between $1800 and $4800 for a decent website. However, this article will teach you to do it yourself for less than $100.

What information is needed on a teacher website?

Your website will need at least the following pages: ‘Home, About us, Contact, Timetable. To create trust with your visitor it’s important to show lots of pictures and videos of your classes.

 

You're now ready to get your teacher website up and running!