Christian School Enrollment: The Discipline of the ‘Full’ Class



At the beginning and at the end of your enrollment cycle, how to define full enrollment is critically important. All the numbers used in this article are taken from existing Christian schools.

Full enrollment in a given section/class is the maximum number of children you want to admit into that section.

‘Full’ does not mean the actual number of children that you have in a section, or the number of children you will cram in so that you can meet budget, or a range of numbers, for example from 16 – 25, that is good. It is a fixed number. Successful enrollment strategies know this number; poor enrollment strategies do not.


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