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Starting a New School with QuickSchools

December 17, 2013

So you’re planning to start a new school, you’re putting together the paper work, you have so many things to think about, funding, staffing, marketing, programming, maybe even accreditation. And you know at the end of the day, you’ll still need find and admit students into your program. It can be such a daunting task.

QuickSchools can help!

The Admissions process is one of those things that can start right away, concurrently with all the other activities of setting up a new school. You may not have teachers, or even a classroom, but you have an idea of how many students you’d like to have in the first year. And it would be nice if, when your doors finally open, you have a steady stream of students ready to enroll.

At QuickSchools, we only charge you for the active students in your account. So guess what? For a new school with ZERO students, you can start subscribing to our service for the minimum 2 students, which on the Apollo Plan costs only $2.98 a month.

You might be saying, “I have ZERO students! Why not wait until the school opens first, before starting a subscription?” Well, the answer is simple. For just $2.98 students a month, you can build an Online Form on your website, and start processing both inquiries from prospective leads, as well as admissions applications. You can read about it here:

https://blog.quickschools.com/2013/12/12/online-admissions-a-powerful-tool/

This is by far the main benefit for using QuickSchools early on in the development of your school program. But starting a subscription early in the process provides some other great benefits:

And you can get all this for starting a subscription with the minimum 2 students. And once students start enrollment, you’ll pay a simple monthly fee for each student as they start and leave the school.

If you have further questions about QuickSchools, come chat with us online, or request an Online Demo / Webinar with one of our sales staff. We look forward to seeing you online.

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