Class Action Gradebook Software
Take the Work Out of Grading!

CalEd Software was founded in 1992 by Monterey High School teacher Richard Stott who wrote a grading and reporting program to meet the needs of his own classroom. Grading programs at that time were not graphically oriented and MacGrade, as the program was initially called, was the first to take full advantage of the easy to use Macintosh computers.
Richard and Grandaugher
Sharing a digital moment with Grandaughter Abby.

When Windows 95 was released in 1996 we created our first Windows version, and MacGrade became Class Action Gradebook. The program was divided into Elementary, Secondary, and College Editions to meet the unique needs of each level.

Over the years, Class Action has taken advantage of the rapid technical progress in personal computing, adding color, seating charts, attendance, web posting, email, export and import capability, and many other features.

As computing advances, we will continue to add improvements that make teachers' lives easier.

We enjoy communicating with our fellow teachers, and many of Class Action's most popular features have been suggested by our peers. Email, fax, or call us with your questions and suggestions.

Click "Support" to email us or email directly to

831 239 5521

Mailing address:
CalEd Software
4000 Rio Road #3
Carmel, CA 93923