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Schola Goes to Nigeria: Ralph Cochran to Speak at School Growth Strategy Virtual Conference

Posted by Ralph Cochran on Sep 16, 2020 1:46:00 PM

As a school administrator, sometimes you can get tunnel vision and you're caught up in the issue of the day. That can make it very difficult to see the bigger picture.

We'd like to remind you that you are not alone in your school growth woes. In fact, you probably share the same challenges not only with school leaders in this country but those around the world.

In an effort to help Christian schools grow worldwide, Schola, together with SchoolsCompass, is hosting


a virtual conference on September 18, 2020 for Christian school leaders in Nigeria.


Oluwayomi Ojo | SchoolsCompass

Schola Founder Ralph Cochran will be sharing his thoughts and knowledge on school marketing -- information that he wishes he had when he started a Christian school in 1999. With 18 years of implementing marketing and development growth strategies, Ralph is ready to help more private Christian schools, universities, and businesses to become financially sustainable by strategically growing enrollment.

"The same principles that we're using here to help Christian schools grow in the States absolutely can be applied in Nigeria," Ralph states. "As I met with SchoolCompass, Yomi told me more about these schools. We're honored and privileged to be offering them some training and coaching."


To date, the conference boasts of more than 700 attendees. Find out more about the event by watching the video below:


HubSpot Video


Schola’s School Growth System is available to all school leaders committed to increasing their enrollment today. Find out how your school can thrive despite the pandemic by watching the video below. 

Watch Now: School Growth Results

Topics: Enrollment Growth, Inbound Marketing, Private School Marketing, School Marketing, Case Studies, Schola News & Events, Admissions, Millennial School Marketing, School Marketing Strategy