Most private schools have a magazine, which usually contains a widely read section known as “Class Notes.” Class notes are an opportunity for alumni to share updates about their lives with the school, which the school then publishes in their magazine or online.
Class notes are one of the most popular sections of most alumni magazines, but they are more than just interesting updates. Class Notes are a prime opportunity for development and alumni professionals to build and foster lasting relationships that can lead to long-term alumni support. Not sure how? Here are 10 ways that you can use Class Notes to build stronger alumni relationships.
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Are you new to blogging for schools? Hello and welcome! Whether you’re a teacher, current student, or administrator, blogging for your school can have some great benefits. When you write, you:
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You may have seen the recent New York Times article that shared the type of advice that admission officers give to their children during the college application process. In this article are a lot of great college application tips, like: Continue reading 4 College Application Tips from a Former College Admission Officer
Does boarding school prepare you for college? This is a common question asked by students and their parents, and it’s one that The Association of Boarding Schools (TABS) has researched thoroughly. The answer may surprise you.
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Despite living in an age of spell check and autocorrect, spelling is still taught in our public schools and private schools. This important skill is highlighted at the National Spelling Bee, held annually in May. Spelling Bees are usually associated with public schools, but do private schools also compete? Continue reading Do private schools compete in the National Spelling Bee?