Executive Summary of Video:
When you hear the phrase “enrollment growth,” what is the first thing that comes to mind? I’d venture to guess your immediate thoughts centered around the acquisition of new students.
Your school will consistently struggle to grow if your thoughts about enrollment growth only centers around the acquisition of new students, as important as that is.
In this video, I talked about one of the most neglected yest most beneficial tactics in school growth: Continuous Re-enrollment.
While new students are a must-have when it comes to growing your school, the true success of any enrollment growth effort begins with your current ones. That, and your ability to retain the families you already have. One of the easiest ways to do that is to make it easy for your current families to re-enroll. How? Through a tactic known as continuous re-enrollment.
I am a huge advocate of continuous re-enrollment and, if you are not already employing it, I highly encourage you to take a closer look at this beneficial tactic that can make life much easier for not only for your parents, but your staff as well.
In this video I answer some compelling questions, including:
- What exactly is continuous re-enrollment?
- How does the re-enrollment process work?
- In what specific ways can employing this tactic benefit our school?