Marketing Your New School To Recruit Students
Are your School Founders up for the challenge? The mechanics of starting a school can be challenging. In today’s complicated environment, the need to work smarter and be ready for the day-one of school opening is critical. With proper planning, founders can be prepared to start the school of their dreams, and manage costs and project development effectively, establishing a school for generations to come. Provided herein are our time-tested stages for starting a school.
In Stage 8 you will need to market for students -- that’s your lifeblood. Members of the Marketing Committee and Head need to develop a Marketing-Enrollment Plan to promote the school. This includes: public meetings, newspaper ads - inserts, mail drops, radio, community TV, and coffee sessions. You’ll need to you’re your message based on your mission-vision. You’ll need to design your own brochure, communication materials, web site, and set up a mailing list to keep interested parents and donors in touch with progress. Open your school office and phones, and have the Head of School begin admissions interviews and tours.
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Provided below is an overview of our time-tested school formation stages that HEG follows to start a new private school. Click on each stage to find out more about what is needed to start your own school step-by-step.