May 17, 2018
Todd Mitmesser is the owner of Class 101 Conejo Valley, CA. As a coach at both the high school and college level, he has spent his career helping young students achieve their goals. He has seen first hand the importance of proactive preparation when students and families are navigating the college planning process.
Todd earned his B.A. in History Education and Political Science from Berea College and his M.A. from the University of Evansville in Public Service Administration. He has coached and taught at the high school level as well as at the University of Evansville, University of Toledo, Stony Brook University, Hillsdale College and Morehead State University. His background provides him with a specific level of expertise when helping student athletes explore their college options.
Todd recognizes the value of working with students using Class 101’s proven methods and he looks forward each day to helping his students reach their full potential.
July 26, 2021
HIGH POINT, NC—Class 101 has grown considerably since it began 24 years ago. Expanding from one location to 47 locations, our community of college advisors provides affordable college planning to families around the country. Class 101 college advisors have helped over 7,400 students get into college, gain a deeper awareness of their interests, and earn […]Read More >
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 >