Chosen because Affixxius Films won three 2018 Brilliance Awards for its Christ School video: Gold for Enrollment Video, Outsourced, Gold for Social Media Campaign and Gold for Out of the Box Concept. InspirED took a deep dive with Taralyn Cox, Brand Consultant at Affixxius, to learn more about this stand-out winner.
Chosen because Charlotte Preparatory School won Silver for Branded Web Page and Bronze for Homepage, Outsourced in the 2018 Brilliance Awards Website categories. InspirED connected with David Long, Director of Marketing and Communications at Charlotte Prep to learn the backstory behind this winning website.
Chosen because Robbins Hebrew Academy won Silver in the 2018 InspirED Brilliance Awards for Fundraising Video, Outsourced. InspirED interviewed Kara Lysne-Paris, RHA Director of Marketing & Communications, to learn the strategy, process and results of this winner.
Chosen because Crescent School won Silver in the 2018 InspirED Brilliance Awards for Advertising. Leigh Bowser, Crescent School’s Marketing and Communications Specialist, told InspirED the story behind this winning campaign.
Chosen because the Eastern Christian School won Bronze for Enrollment Video, In-House in the 2018 InspirED Brilliance Awards. Rudi Gesch, Director of Marketing and Enrollment Management, explained the project to InspirED.
Chosen because the Australian Christian College - Marsden Park won Gold for Website Homepage, In-House in the 2018 InspirED Brilliance Awards. InspirED interviewed the school’s Group Marketing Manager, David Garden, to learn the story behind this award-winner.
Chosen because the Miss Porter’s School won Gold for Enrollment Package in the 2017 InspirED Brilliance Awards. InspirED interviewed Carolyn Eiseman, Creative Director and Principal, CEH Design, the firm that developed the award-winning project for Miss Porter’s.
Chosen because the Chappaqua Friends Nursery School won Gold for School Logo in the 2017 InspirED Brilliance Awards. InspirED interviewed Cheryl Hoops, Founder and Head of Creative of HelloMethod, to learn about the process, the product, and the results.
Chosen because Ridley College holds a unique "Brand Camp" for faculty and administrators that dissects the school’s brand and provides basic training on logo usage, font families and how to promote the school on social media. Here's how Ridley College does it.
Chosen because the Ravenscroft viewbook won Silver in the 2016 Brilliance Awards. InspirED interviewed Jennifer Marchi, Ravenscroft’s Director of Marketing and Communications to reveal the goal, process, product, and results.
Chosen because George School knows that learning who your magazine's readership is, how and why they consume it, and what content is relevant and interesting is critical to the magazine's success and the goals you establish for it. Here's how they did that and what they learned.
Chosen because I stumbled upon this great find from Kimball Union Academy and wanted to share its brave, bold approach with you. Plus, there's an incredibly clever bonus KUA video you'll want to see as well.
Chosen because Durham Academy's XIV Hours a cappella group performed this piece at a national competition — and lost. So the school helped XIV Hours create an awesome, courageous video, turning lemons into gallons of lemonade, going viral in the process.
Chosen because InspirED believes that faculty are under-marketed as one of the primary reasons a family should chose a school. The Gow School recognized this marketing opportunity, invested time and money to showcase one of their finest assets, and are delighted they did.
Chosen because Proctor Academy saw significant increases in campus visits and applications in one year as a result of new thinking about enrollment marketing. They focused on creating structure and discipline in the nurturing phase of their marketing efforts.
Chosen because Peddie eschewed the massive hardcover history and created something appealing to today's readers. "I wanted it to be a piece someone could pick up, take a few bites, and return later for a bit more—I called it a 'tapas' approach," its editor says.