All posts by Stacy Jagodowski

Ms. Jago joined the Cheshire Academy community in August 2013 as the director of strategic marketing and communications. Prior to coming to Cheshire Academy, she spent six years working in communications offices at both colleges and private school, as well as five years in admission at both boarding schools and day schools.

10 Ways to Use Class Notes to Build Alumni Relationships

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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Exploring the Northeast: Boarding Schools in New York

Did you know that nearly half of all boarding schools in the US are located in the Northeast? According to Boarding School Review, 45 percent of all boarding schools are in this region. That’s why this blog series is looking at boarding schools in the Northeastern part of the country, and what sets them apart from other schools. Last week, we talked about boarding schools in New England. This week, we’re discussing boarding schools in New York.  Continue reading Exploring the Northeast: Boarding Schools in New York

Exploring the Northeast: Boarding Schools in New England

When looking at options for high school, many students look to schools in the Northeast, which is home to 140 boarding schools. According to Boarding School Review, that means that nearly half of the boarding schools in the US are located in this region. In this blog series, we’ll look at boarding schools in the Northeastern part of the country, and what sets them apart from other schools. First up, boarding schools in New England.

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