June 22, 2017
On Tuesday of this week, the Factory at Franklin’s Liberty Hall held Williamson Inc.’s second annual Business & Education Expo. The expo featured professional services and small businesses that have recently opened in the area! Hollie Holt, owner of Class 101 Nashville, was quoted in the article written by Elaina Sauber and published by The Tennessean.
[Other exhibitors are geared more toward college-bound high school students, like Class 101.
Hollie Holt owns one of two Class 101 franchises that offer services in Williamson County. She works one-on-one to help students with college applications, essays, resume building, financial aid forms. scholarships and ACT/SAT preparation.
“Parents want their children to have an edge, because now there’s so many kids that are making 4.0 (GPAs), so they’ve got to show colleges something else,” Holt said.]
April 26, 2021
Webinar Alert: How to get a jumpstart on college applications For the Class of 2022, college application season is right around the corner, meaning the road to college is about to get very real. The good news: Class 101 is launching a brand-new program that’s specifically designed to help “soon-to-be-seniors” get a jumpstart on college […]Read More >
March 1, 2021
The 101 Scholar Program is back! Class 101 will be awarding four high school students, nationwide, who make a difference in their community through volunteerism or creating a service project. Each student will win a $1,000 scholarship, and applications will be accepted beginning March 1, 2021 until May 1, 2021. The 101 Scholar represents students […]Read More >
February 12, 2021
Each year, Class 101 recognizes top franchisees in several areas of excellence with awards at the national convention. The most prestigious award, Franchise of the Year, was presented to Kim and Randy Stegemoller of Central Indiana. This powerhouse husband-and-wife team was recognized out of 44 locations for being the top franchise in the nation. This […]Read More >