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Developing A College List
ACT / SAT / PSAT Test Prep
Upgrading Your Resume
Crafting College Essays
Managing Applications & Deadlines
Exploring Scholarship Opportunities
Pursuing Financial Aid (FAFSA)
Transitioning to College
With over 4,000 colleges and universities nationwide, it’s hard to know where to start. That’s why we’re here. Our one-on-one approach helps students find the best schools at the best price for their best future. And here’s how we do it.
We offer a comprehensive roadmap from 9th to 12th grade, making the path to higher education more enjoyable for families.
Our proven methods show an average increase per student of…
How do we manage all 10 services over the course of 4 years with your student? That’s easy.
We track everything through our digital platform. From college reports to practice tests to parent updates, our platform stores everything in one place.
It’s simple: we work around your schedule. We meet one-on-one based on your preference for virtual or in-person meetings.
In between meetings, every student will have an electronic list of items to complete with deadlines.
Class 101 has over 100 college planners in over 45 locations across the United States. Within our national network, you’ll have access to college representatives, college planning webinars, admissions events, and other valuable resources to tap into.
Stay ahead of the application process
Increase scholarship opportunities
Become a competitive applicant
the cost of college
While it’s tempting to lounge by the pool, the days ahead are some of the most critical in a high schooler’s journey to college. Summer is a great time to set goals and check things off your to-do list!Learn More >
Junior year is the most critical time for college planning. It’s when high schoolers start to focus on their future and make decisions that really count. And with most students just 10 months away from applying to college, it’s clear that the eleventh grade is crunch time.Learn More >
Every year Class 101 awards four high school students, nationwide, who make a difference in their community through volunteerism or creating a service project. Each student will win a $3,000 scholarship, and applications will be accepted beginning March, 2023 until April, 2023.Learn More >
Picking a college, deciding a major, and preparing for the ACT are just some of the things that Class 101 has been able to help me with over the last few years. My college planner, was able to guide me through one of the most important chapters in my life and I am forever grateful. I joined Class 101 as a sophomore with very little idea of what direction I wanted to take my life in. Now, I am just a few months from beginning my first semester of nursing school at the University of Louisville. Without the help of Class 101, I would not have as much confidence in myself and my decisions.
University of Louisville
I began my senior year with barely any knowledge of college and barely wanting to go. Class 101 (Irving) is the reason I’m going to college, the reason I got everything done so early, the reason I got a great package to UNT, the reason for everything. The best help ever. She acts as a mother figure, making sure you do what you need to do, being so kind and involved, helping you with anything you need. We had meetings all the time, she informed me of schools, encouraged me to do my own research, and always was there if I had any questions. She made the college process so much easier than anyone going through it by theirselves. I applied to Almost 20 colleges and got into 12. Some including Clark Atlanta university, University of north Texas, Hampton University, Tuskegee and Xavier university. I was so ahead of all my fellow senior students it’s not even funny. The whole program is amazing, giving you gifts, resources, etc. I strongly recommend if you can putting your kids through this program so they get everything they need to get done, done before everyone, getting their FASFA done, essay, applications, etc. The biggest help and the best push ever, what I truly needed.
University of North Texas
Wow, I really don’t think I can put it into words. I’m headed to my dream school. I have a resume that I’m proud of. I got my ACT score up. I’ve experienced the impact that positive affirmation can have on an overscheduled and underslept teenager. I’m not going to fall into the never-ending pit of despair that is student debt. I’m ready for whatever happens next.
High Point University