Alexis Marinopoulos
Co-founder at Enrollhand
How did a 120-student school in St. Paul, Minnesota, rip through a stagnant enrollment level to reach 200 students in under nine months?
The World of Education
❌ Challenges Overcrowded & saturated market.Families are moving out of the neighborhood due to changing financials.Wrong perceptions: their programs are not considered rigorous enough.They only go through 5th grade.   ✅ Opportunities Public
Why is the Great Hearts school network so popular?
The World of Education
The Great Hearts school network is extraordinarily popular. How did they become the largest network of classical schools in the country? 22,000 students (up from 7,000 in 2013)52% Classroom Instruction
Private and Public School Enrollment Drops 2.6 million
The World of Education
📊 In 2020, private and public schools saw a decrease of 2.6 million in student enrollment. But over 40% of parents nationwide remain undecided and are still shopping around. 🤷🏻‍♂️ About twice as many
Parents Are Asking About Your Maths & English Programs
Leadership
Parents have become more skeptical than ever about schools' ability to recover and supercharge math and English skills in large classrooms.
Schools Keep Running, Just To Stay In Place: 4 Ways To Break Through The Enrollment Ceiling
The World of Education
We assume that the longer a school has been around, the more likely it is to stick around. We assume that a school's age is proof of its strength and resilience. We assume
What Are 'Swim Lane' Enrollment Funnels?
Marketing Tactics
This fall will be tough for all schools, colleges, and universities. Forecasts include campus closures, recruiting challenges, and plunging enrollment. To keep recruiting students you'll need an edge to attract, inspire, and nurture
A Glimpse Into School Reopenings Unveils An Opportunity For Smaller Schools
The World of Education
California's Department of Education has just published a new detailed guide (55 pages) to safely reopen schools for their 6.2 million students. It gives a glimpse into what schooling might look like
Dennis the Menace & Our Kids' Freedom To Learn
The World of Education
My children will have less freedom to roam than I did. This is one of the many unforeseen side effects of this crisis. I watched 'Dennis the Menace' with my two sons last
10 Reasons Parents Decide To Enroll Their Kids At Your School
Growing Enrollment
The key to any enrollment strategy is to provide more value to families than your competing schools. Stop trying to fix them. Stop trying to take value from them. Your goal is to
What Does School Branding During Lockdown Look Like?
Branding Strategies
First, answer this: what makes for a good story of your school? The currency is the same as it ever was: memorability. To create memories, we need to take parent audiences to places
Three Steps to Help You Steer Your School In This Whirlwind of Change
The World of Education
In this new world that is dawning, your school is once again making a first impression. Parents are seeing you in a different light. They're asking themselves, Have they got this, or are
Learning is a lot like surfing...
The World of Education
While raising my 3yro & 6yro I'm realizing the value self-paced learning. Learning is like surfing; push too early and you're wiped out by the wave, paddle too late and the wave passes
What if you cannot differentiate your school?
Branding Strategies
What if you cannot differentiate your school?  Faced with increasing competition, the strategy for most schools is to differentiate. This involves offering families something that the school down the road cannot or does
Ask for Social Shares on Your 'Thank you' Pages...
Marketing Tactics
Most school websites send email subscribers to a generic 'thank you' page that doesn't give them any additional action to take. We recommend a strategy that replaces your "dead end" thank you page

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