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Independent School Enrollment Management

Trends in pricing, competition, and parent preferences are threatening the sustainability of independent school enrollment. Our research and tools can help you build a modern enrollment management shop that is integrated into key decision-making processes.

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Research & Insights

COVID-19 enrollment trends

What we learned from our survey of 32 independent school enrollment managers.
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Over the course of summer 2020, 76 independent schools representing 23 states participated in an enrollment pulse survey. Review four videos for a big picture overview of our summer series, as well as a deep dive into our most recent survey’s data.

Independent schools can achieve their enrollment goals by expanding their funnel with a more proactive enrollment strategy. This resource center is designed to take the insights and best practices from our research on enrollment management and translate them into actionable change on your campus.

Independent schools can use to guide admissions, marketing, and communications teams in taking advantage of the full potential of word-of-mouth for recruitment purposes.

With growing concerns about economic and demographic changes, price of tuition, and questions of the value of independent school education, financial sustainability is an issue for independent schools. Discover how independent schools can overcome demographic, enrollment, and affordability concerns to become more fiscally stable and sustainable.

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