Enrollment Building Strategies for Catholic High
Project Enroll is a consulting firm
focused on building Catholic high school and grade
school enrollment. Project Enroll accomplishes
this through organizational consulting and
assessment, strategic partnerships with school
leaders, creation of recruitment programs, and
internal and external marketing and communication
What Project Enroll can do for your Catholic
Creation and Management of successful
Recruiting programs to help your school boost its
enrollment – Project Enroll will analyze your
school’s needs with regard to recruiting programs.
Open Houses, Shadow days, Coffees, Tours, New
Student Events, and prospect events are just a few
of the programs Project Enroll can help you to
Competitive Analysis – Project Enroll will
create a competitive analysis comparing your high
school to Catholic schools and public schools in the
surrounding areas. Project Enroll reviews some 30
points of data including ACT scores, number of AP
courses offered, tuition amount, sports and activity
participation rate, technological offerings, class
size, school and activity bussing availability, and
quality of facilities, to name just a few. This will
help your high school to know where it stands versus
your “competition” – defining your strengths as well
as areas in need of improvement.
Value Proposition – Project Enroll will
implement a Value Proposition exercise to help your
school define “who” it is and to further prioritize
and crystalize your message.
Census Analysis by Zip Code – Project
Enroll will implement a full zip code analysis
helping your school to further target its prospects.
Want to know how many 14-19 year olds live in the
next town over? The 2010 census is full of great
demographic data, and Project Enroll can help you
synthesize this information to further grow your
base of students.
Middle school and grade school feeder analysis –
Although you know much about your feeder schools,
let Project Enroll assist with focusing in on key
feeder relationships, connections, and the best ways
to “get in the door”.