Tom Sheppard

on November 9, 2012

Shifting the Paradigm

Why senior administrators and boards need to work collaboratively to refine the relationship between enrollment, tuition, financial aid, and revenue goals.

Anne Behnke

on October 31, 2012

The Art of Interviewing

Interviewing is so fun and so interesting but it can also be intimidating for the first time interviewer.

Andrew Weller

on September 6, 2012

Welcome to the New Year!

You change the lives of children and you shape the future of schools. You are an admission professional. Welcome to the new year.

Tom Sheppard

on June 11, 2012

Summer Admission: The Heat Is On

This is a marathon, not a sprint, and this summer is but one of many where you’ll make decisions that help your school prosper in the long run.

Sally Keidel

on April 17, 2012

So, it is April and you are not full yet….

Some of the best additions to the schools I have worked in have come from the second round.

David Baker

on March 6, 2012

March Madness!

Nothing can “fix” the immediate disappointment many of our applicant families will feel, but I believe we can and should present our process transparently, treat families respectfully and listen to them objectively.

Christopher White

on February 14, 2012

Yield Prediction – The Science and Art of this Moving Target

One reality that I think is universal is the desire to, as accurately as possible, predict the number of families that will accept and/or decline an offer of admission.

Booth Kyle

on January 6, 2012

Be a part of the change

Be part of the discussion and help redefine independent education so we can continue to enroll kids who will be good fits for our schools.

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