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Word of Mouth is our #1 Marketing Tool!

October 29, 2019

In just one week, the school will sponsor our very first admissions open house of the year.  While many schools offer open houses, the timing of ours sets us apart from other ISSL partner schools.  We choose to have ours on a school day, specifically so prospective families can truly see who we are – see us in action.  We offer an inside glimpse of normal classroom routines, excellent teaching methodologies and transitions to specialty classes.  We are very proud of who we are and want to share our culture and environment with parents who are searching for a school that will help their children learn academics, respect, responsibility and leadership.

Word of mouth is our #1 marketing tool.  Most families who join our community do so because they know someone who shared their personal experiences about the school.  Please help us spread the word about Project Approach and our strong academic program.  Invite your friends, family members and colleagues to join us on Tuesday, November 5th from 9:00 – 11:00am for the Rohan Woods Open House.   

Sam Templin-Page
Head of School

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