One of the things we found fascinating about some of the schools we talked to at the recent NAIS conference, is that most vendors charge extra for customized Report Cards. And as some schools have shared with us, report card requirements may change yearly due to state or provincial standards. This means that schools have to pay for customizations on a yearly basis, in addition to any recurring subscription / licensing fees.
At QuickSchools, you have the ability to choose from a variety of available report card templates. Once a template is selected, you can then configure what to display, including fields and subject-specific criteria. And if you can’t find a template that works for you right off the bat, send us your template, and we can recommend one or put one together for you; all this at no additional cost.
What’s more, you can do all this during your free trial, so you know exactly how the report cards will look like (and how they work) before you start a subscription. That takes the guess work out of starting a new school management system.
Sign up for a free trial today. And if you have questions, come chat with us, or send us an email at email@example.com. We’d be delighted to assist you.
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