After having added new features to the site that started a sort of social network effect where people added their friends to the website, people in my school started adding each other with only a little prodding from me. To continue the growth though I have to continually add more features
After finally getting it unblocked from the schools computers, I showed as many people as I could about the website. The response was overwhelming positive! 10 people I showed it to starting using it immediately without me looking over their shoulder. Good Day!
I hired a developer off of UpWork to help build the MVP, and develop other parts of the system. Because I did not know how to code it was a much better decision. However once I tried to access the website on my schools computers, it was blocked by the firewall.
I was in the middle of a workout when I remembered talking to my friends at school about how much we all disliked the school's homework tracking system. From our informal polling less than 20% of the kids at school actually used it, and almost everybody said that they would prefer an alternative. I put it all together mid-run and started drawing out the plan after that.