Improve Inquiry Generation for High School Students.
Increase inquiry to conversion rates during these unprecedented circumstances with personal, multi-touch mailers. We handle everything, so you can better utilize your time.
High School Recruitment Campaign:
augment your high school inquiry generation with direct mail.
Interact with the generation making their college decisions during unprecedented circumstances with personal, multi-touch mailers.
Did you know that of high schoolers enjoy getting direct mail?*
establish connections with multiple touchpoints.
Show prospects how your institution is different with a Snapchat code. We’ll direct them to your customized landing page geared to high school students.
What is typically sent: 5.5 x11″ Oversized Postcard with Snapchat Code
Beat them to the punch by outlining common concerns and questions in your second touchpoint.
What is typically sent: 8.5 x 11″ Letter, an 8.5 x 11″ pre-application, and a #9 business reply envelope in a #10 full-view window sending envelope
Ready to brag? This is the touchpoint where you get to promote your top-performing, highest-rated programs. Let students know what you offer and how your programs can benefit them and further their careers.
What is typically sent: 5.5 x 8.5″ Postcard with Snapchat Code to program specific landing page
Now is when you will send a letter with a reply card to inquire about the student’s program interests and career goals. This helps future interactions better align students with a specific program and improve conversion rates.
What is typically sent: 8.5 x 11″ Letter with business reply card in a #10 full-view window sending envelope
By now, these seniors have graduated from high school and are ready to enroll if they haven’t already. Congratuate the recent graduate and offer assistance on jump-starting their enrollment in your school. We make this touchpoint special with a handwritten touch.
What is typically sent: 4 x 6″ Handwritten Postcard
why does a strategic high school campaign work?
VP of Marketing Strategies shares his knowledge in this recent article Reaching the High School Student in 2020.