Our Education Franchise Makes a Difference in the Lives of College-Bound Kids
There are quite a few reasons why the Class 101 college planning franchise
is a great choice for driven entrepreneurs, education professionals, or
any business professionals looking to break free from the corporate world
and make a difference in their communities. Our education franchise helps
high school students better understand their future options by giving
them the tools, encouragement, and support needed to get into better colleges
and qualify for higher amounts of financial aid and scholarships.
If you or a family member has ever encountered the college planning process,
we don’t have to tell you how confusing, complicated, and overwhelming
it can be for anyone, let alone high school students. Combine this process
with trying to stay on top of their schoolwork, and it’s no wonder
so many students either end up at the wrong schools or don’t receive
the maximum aid they are entitled to – or both. Class 101 addresses
this common problem and helps students find their futures.
Here are a few stats to emphasize the importance of our college prep franchise:
- Last year, millions of high school students enrolled at more than 4,000
institutions (National Center for Education Statistics)
- One in three freshmen drop out after their first year (U.S. News &
- Students who drop out of college struggle to regain their bearings and
get back on track
As one of our college planning franchise owners, you’ll have the
unique opportunity to address this issue. Our planning starts during the
freshman year of high school and planners work one-on-one with students
for an hour at a time throughout the year. Students will prepare for the
SAT and ACT tests, focus on improving their grades, build a list of potential
schools, and so much more.
Class 101 Students Find Incredible Success
Our results speak for themselves. Students that participate in the Class
101 program have seen some amazing outcomes. Class 101 students apply
to approximately 7 schools, compared to two or three for non-Class 101
participants. Class 101 students also receive, on average, more than $160,000
in financial aid and scholarships, compared to $20,000 for those who don’t
use our services.
Class 101 students are also more likely to stay in school, as their dropout
rate is less than 1%, compared to the national average of nearly 33%.
This goes to show how crucial it is for students to have support and guidance
as they transition from high school into college. As one of our education
franchise owners, you’ll be the source of this much needed support.
There are 4,700 higher-learning Institutions in the United States to help
your students get into