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EAB can help you find and enroll the right students

The competition is rising for talented students—and at the same time, prospective students and their families are more diverse and geographically spread out than ever before. Schools must adapt their enrollment strategies to reach new, mission-aligned families.

EAB specializes in enrollment

Independent School Marketing and Recruitment

  • 8 experts with 12 years of experience in independent school marketing and recruitment
  • 185+ research calls with independent school leaders across the last year

Independent School Enrollment Management

  • 110 independent school admissions leaders have worked with EAB during the 2018 Enrollment Management Workshops
  • Serving 124 independent schools, including coed, single sex, day, and boarding schools

"Despite my busy schedule, I will always block off time to talk with EAB, because I know it will be thoughtful, interesting, and I’ll learn a lot too."

Independent School Executive Forum partner


Institutional Risk Management Playbook

To prepare for and address a broad array of institutional risks, schools must establish a comprehensive risk management process.
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Independent schools can achieve their enrollment goals by expanding their funnel with a more proactive enrollment strategy. This resource center is designed to take the insights and best practices from our research on enrollment management and translate them into actionable change on your campus.

Independent schools can use to guide admissions, marketing, and communications teams in taking advantage of the full potential of word-of-mouth for recruitment purposes.

With growing concerns about economic and demographic changes, price of tuition, and questions of the value of independent school education, financial sustainability is an issue for independent schools. Discover how independent schools can overcome demographic, enrollment, and affordability concerns to become more fiscally stable and sustainable.


K-12 school leaders are increasingly confronted with unprecedented levels of student stress on campus. In addition to the steady rise in the number of students struggling with clinical mental health issues, this stress manifests in maladaptive behaviors, academic misconduct, substance abuse, and poor physical health.

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