It Is a Highly Competitive World

Saying it is a highly competitive world is hardly news. Asking how your alumni are doing on the world stage is part of acknowledging the importance of the worldwide competition. […]

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Creating a Culture of Generosity

Creating a culture of generosity is important to every parochial school. It is difficult to cultivate the generosity of donors and volunteers without cultivators who are the model of generosity. […]

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Funding the Future

It has been especially tough to fund parochial schools in the past few years. Whether it is harder or easier at your school in the future is up to you. […]

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Funding the Future

A recent study suggests that the middle class is shrinking and has less income. Middle class families are a major source of income (donations and tuition) for most Christian schools. Fewer middle class families means there will be fewer potential donors and some schools will see a decline in the number of tuition-paying families. […]

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Every Level of Decision Making Needs Client Input

Every parochial school exists to serve the community. They provide their service through their graduates and alumni. The great attributes the graduates develop strengthen the community. […]

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Parent Engagement Made Easier

Every parent wants the best for their child. Your parochial school can help the parents fulfill their aspiration for their child. […]

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How Will You Tell the Story?

There are many ways for you to advertise (tell the story) your parochial school. Which way is likely to be most appealing to your parents and prospective parents? […]

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Funding the Future

For several years, it has been tough to fund parochial schools. Whether it is harder or easier in the future is up to you. […]

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The Tension Between Now and the Future

The paradox is too much success this year may destroy your parochial school’s future. […]

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Be More than a School

Being a parochial school causes people to think all you do is provide an education and teach religion. You know the lifelong success of your students depends on more than that. […]

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