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What is Homeroom?

Homeroom is an online platform where you can have anonymous discussions with your school mates.

What should I use Homeroom for?

Whatever you want! Homeroom is a safe and judgement-free space to talk about what's happening on campus, life, relationships or even politics. 

Why do you need to verify my e-mail address? Isn't the app supposed to be anonymous?

Your e-mail address is only used to verify that you are a student. It will not be displayed on your account.

Is the content moderated?

Yes, we moderate content in accordance with our community values. 

How do I join?

Click this link to join!

Why was I banned?

You were likely in breach of our community values. For any questions, please e-mail us at:

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Community values

Homeroom's mission is to provide a safe space for students to have judgement-free discourse. This requires Homeroom community members to commit to being respectful and understanding of different perspectives. 

Homeroom users agree to keep to the following Community Values:

  • Committed to anonymity - Users should not target a particular person on campus, or attempt to expose their identities

  • Understanding of differences - Users need not agree with each other but should work to understand other perspectives

  • Respectful of others -  Different perspectives are encouraged but users should be respectful of others and their views

Things that will not be tolerated:

  • Illegal activity

  • Toxic behavior - including racism, sexism, bullying or similar behavior

We've all seen how toxic anonymous online communities can get. In order to maintain a healthy community, any user who does not keep to the above values will be banned indefinitely and at the sole judgement of the moderators. For any questions, please e-mail us at:

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