“I made a 23 in math and I needed just a 19 to get into ULL!!! My English score also improved and I made a 26! Thank you so much for all your help!”
“Hey Mr. Jason. I just wanted to thank you for helping me with the ACT. I got my December scores back, and I ended up making a 32! I used the book you gave me to figure out how to take reading test and I went up 5 points to get a 36 in reading! Thank you so much for your help! I really appreciate it!”
“You have made a difference in my future and life.”
Jason Williams, Franchise Owner, Lafayette, Louisiana Office
Jason Williams, originally from Shreveport, LA is acutely aware of the importance of education. He earned a Bachelors of Science Degree with a minor in English from University of South Louisiana, which is now University of Louisiana at Lafayette, received an Associates Degree form Delta College of Arts and Technology in Nursing and holds credentials as a Nationally Licensed Registered Polysomnography Technician. He continues to encourage his children to pursue their educational dreams. Jason enjoys spending time with his boys and sharing his love of education and golf.
Through a series of fortunate divine circumstances, Jason became aware of Class 101 and its goals for making a difference in children’s lives. With one child yet to go to college and many nieces, nephews and friends with High School children, he sees the immediate need for a program like Class 101 in Lafayette, which assists students in preparing for college in addition to shedding the light on some of the ways to help make it more affordable for parents.
Adrienne Jordan, Franchise Owner, Lafayette, Louisiana Office
Adrienne Jordan-LeBean is a resident of Lafayette, LA where she lives with four of her five children. While Bryan “Anthony” Jr. has been attending LSU, Jasmine, Arielle, Jaden and Laila aspire to follow their brother’s footsteps.
Education is the number one priority in Adrienne’s household. She acquired an Associate in Nursing Degree at Louisiana State University in Eunice. For the last 18 ½ years, Adrienne worked as a nurse manager/administrator of a community clinic in North Lafayette.
When Anthony made a 32 on his ACT but only received TOPS and a small work-study grant, there was still a moderate amount to pay. Adrienne quickly started to research assistance for Jasmine but was left overwhelmed and frustrated. She found Class 101 and realized that by bringing Class 101’s services to Lafayette and the surrounding area families, they could overcome some of the frustrations she had.