Marketing a Private School
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It’s been a few weeks now since your first day of school and you are likely knee-deep in implementing your strategy for the 2015-16 school year.
September is a great time to focus on your new parents. The following are six strategies that you should implement with your new parents now that they are enrolled in your school (I call this the “6 C’s Strategy”):
1. Conduct a New Parent Survey – As part of your comprehensive research strategy, you should plan to conduct a new parent survey in September. By assessing their school search process and evaluation of your enrollment and marketing effort, you will gather critical information to help you improve this year’s strategy.
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