With The Scholarship System’s support, we’ve helped districts support their students in securing scholarships. In fact, Spartanburg School District 2 students received some of the highest levels of scholarships in the state!
We have partnered with high schools to provide bulk orders of our book to Juniors to begin priming them for the scholarship hunt. This work actually should begin junior year! So we don’t want to wait until senior year to get the information to them.
For senior year, high schools opted in for a more intensive, detailed approach by purchasing hundreds of logins to our online course for their Seniors. Now that this has occurred multiple years in a row, the Seniors are already aware of the basics of The Scholarship System teachings from receiving the book in earlier years and are ready to jump in fully with the course at the beginning of their senior year!
We’ve had some high schools and districts purchase logins for every student while others purchased a specific number of logins and had an application process to select students and families that are truly interested in the materials. This information was shared with parents to ensure they utilized the investment!
Bulk discounts are available based on the quantity of log-ins and/or books purchased.
Director of Guidance
Boiling Springs High School
Did you know one of the main reasons for dropping out is affordability?
Imagine if you could assist your students in finding debt-free funding to help pay the bill?
Similar to high schools, we’ve had universities like South Carolina State University purchase logins for a large amount of incoming freshmen to help alleviate this stressor for students and improve their retention rate.
Optional training can be provided for educators and/or counselors so they know how to guide students through utilizing the program. This is great for a “University 101” or “Finance 101” course.
We can also provide statistics on usage so you can incentivize students for completion.
One example is with FMC College Funding Solutions. They wholesale purchased log ins for their clients while including the “cost” in their higher priced offering. Another example is where financial advisors have a fiduciary responsibility to their clients and therefore passed on what they would have received in commissions as a discount to their clients instead!
Contact us below to discover the best option for you.