Building and Maintaining Relationships With Feeder Schools and Programs - Presentation

Building and Maintaining Relationships With Feeder Schools and Programs - Presentation

With Steve Birdsall, Associate Director of Admissions, Director of Financial Aid, McDonogh School (MD); Scott LeBrun, Assistant Director of Secondary School Placement, Fay School (MA); Stu Rosenwald, Director of Secondary School Placement, Fay School (MA) & Scott Conklin, Director of Admissions, Episcopal High School (VA)

Explore the importance of relationships with feeder schools and programs in today’s admission landscape and hear tips on maintaining/enhancing these relationships to better our schools. The session will show data on the percentage of feeder school applications within our boarding and day school applicant pools and will address both K-8 feeder schools and outreach programs. Experience a 360-degree view on the feeder school landscape as presenters include directors of admission and placement.

 

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