Helping You Turn Online Visitors in Enrolled Families

Custom School Websites

You only have one chance to give a great first impression – you need to make sure to make it count! Make sure that you help visiting families understand your school's values and believe that your school is the perfect fit for their family.
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Custom School Website

Your School Changes Lives – Don't Let Your Website Hinder The Mission!

As modern education focuses less on academics and more on indoctrination, parents are looking for an alternative for their children. As parents start their church, they quickly turn to Google to find local Christian schools near them. 

Will they find your school?

If they do, will they trust your school enough to schedule a tour?

You need to make sure that your school's website is able to be found online, and when it is found, that it's ready to give a great first impression!

What Happens if You Have a Bad Website?

Today's parents expect your website to be functional as well as beautiful, but if you're website is not up to par, visiting parents will go elsewhere.

Here's the cost of having a bad website for your school:

Loss of Trust & Credibility

Parents are looking for a school to speak into today's issues and help their child move onto further education. If your website looks like it's from the days of yesteryear, they will believe that your school is stuck in the past.

Loss of Opportunity

If a family walks away, you not only lose the opportunity to minister to future graduates, but you also lose the opportunity to fund your school. Sure, we don't like talking about funds, but a family enrolled ensures the longevity of the school.

Loss of Impact

Helping to raise the next generation is a gift from God, and one that your school does not take likely. Don't let your digital, online presence stand in the way of ushering online visitors through your website and have enough trust in your school to contact the office.

How Do You Help Turn Visitors Into Enrolled Families?

There are 9 key elements that are needed from your website to help families know, like, and trust your school enough to schedule a visit:

Have a website design that looks great.

Show pictures of your students and your facilities.

Include great photos and information on the schools staff, including education.

Showcase the school's history by way of both institutional and graduate success.

Set the vision of what the school is setting out to accomplish and how every family fits into that vision.

Answer every question on the website that parents are asking and will ask you in person.

Make it easy and simple for parents to contact the office or schedule a tour.

Give clear instructions on all the steps you want parents to take to become an enrolled family.

Include testimonies from past students and parents on how the school has impacted their families.

What is Included in a School Website Designed by Me?

There are many companies out there that create beautiful school websites, but unlike all the other companies, I design a website based off of your needs and your needs alone. We walk through your schools enrollment process, academic program, extracurriculars, and any other facet inside your school in order to present it in a clear and compelling way on your website.

A Customized Design For Your School.

A step-by-step enrollment gameplan on the website.

Ability to schedule a tour right on the website.

Schools & Ministries That I've Served

IACS Website

Illinois Association of Christian Schools

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Marquette Manor Baptist Academy Website

Marquette Manor Baptist Academy

Downers Grove, IL (Chicago area)

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Mississippi Valley Christian School

Mississippi Valley Christian School

Alton, IL

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I have had the privilege of designing website for many churches, ministries, and businesses. I would love to have the pleasure of serving your school as well.

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