BASIQS: A Tool to Assist Your Efforts to Increase Enrollment

This time around, we focus on the “E” aspect of ARMED Framework (which is, by the way, the DREAM Framework, […]

Gather Your School’s Current Families to Stop Mid-Summer Melt

This week’s strategy focuses on retention, which is important during the summer. High temperatures make cold treats like ice cream, […]

Required Summer Reading

Since we’ve just ended another cycle of the five aspects of advancement, here’s this year’s edition of the midsummer nights’ […]

Allocating Financial Aid When There’s No Financial Aid Left to Allocate

Author’s comment:  This article was so popular I turned it into a presentation for several regional conferences a couple of […]

Stay Open!

This week’s entry starts another round of the five elements of advancement – Asset Management, Retention, Marketing, Enrollment and Development.  […]

And On the Seventh Day…

Since another round of articles focusing on the five elements of advancement were completed last week, and since many schools […]

It’s Less Expensive To Reinforce a Brand Than To Create a New One – Especially Since You Don’t Create Your Brand Anymore

This week’s article rounds out another group of five of the ARMED elements (Asset Management, Retention, Marketing, Enrollment and Development). […]

Ask – Even In Difficult Times – And Feel Good About It!

This week’s emphasis is on the “D” for Development as we go through another round of ARMED aspects of Advancement. […]

Retain Families By Assigning Them a Mentor Family

Leaders of faith-based schools know the drill all too well: parents show interest in your school, pay their non-refundable registration […]

Keep Score. Then Analyze It.

In his book, “The Eighth Habit,” author Stephen R. Covey (1932-2012) makes a profound statement: “People play differently when they’re […]