2021 Senior Profile for Class 101








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Class 101 Memphis Acceptance Letters From:

Agnes Scott College

Babson College

Baptist Memorial College of Health Sciences

California State University-Chico

California State University-Fresno

Case Western Reserve University

Christian Brothers University

DePauw University

Drexel University

East Tennessee State University

Emory University

Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis

Kennesaw State University

Lipscomb University

Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College

Loyola University New Orleans

Middle Tennessee State University

Mississippi State University

Pellissippi State Community College

Purdue University-Main Campus

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Rhodes College

Rice University

San Diego State University

Southwest Tennessee Community College

Temple University

The University of Alabama

The University of Tennessee

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

The University of Tennessee-Martin

The University of Texas at Arlington

The University of Texas at Dallas

University of Alabama at Birmingham

University of Alabama in Huntsville

University of Arkansas

University of Louisiana at Lafayette

University of Memphis

University of Mississippi Main Campus

University of Rochester

University of Southern Mississippi

Our Families Say it Best

When talking about a college major, my son would shrug his shoulders and say, “I don’t know.”

My anxiety evaporated when I realized that Class 101 would be a partner helping me to navigate this journey to college.

As my son’s freshmen year concludes, his comments are now, “Oh, I can add that to my résumé.” “Yes, I would like to see the engineering program at Mississippi.” These words are the guidance results from Class 101. College is no longer this bewildering black hole. My son is more confident as Class 101 helps him articulate his interests into a major at possible colleges and potential careers while not bankrupting our pocketbook.

John Charbonnet excels as my son’s Class 101 guide and mentor. His patience and wisdom are unparalleled. I can’t wait for year 2 with Class 101.

Class of 2023

Class of 2024

Nancy C – Parent of two Class 101 students

From the moment I worked with Mr. Charbonnet, I instantly knew that we had great chemistry, and I truly believe that the college application process was considerably easier with his help. Whether it was working on essays, researching colleges, or applying for scholarships, Mr. Charbonnet and I always worked as a team, and his invaluable advice ultimately helped me get accepted to my target university. As Mr. Charbonnet always said, “Job’s not finished,” which means that no matter what goals you’ve accomplished, there’s always something to grind and work towards. I cannot thank Mr. Charbonnet and the Class 101 team enough at the end of this amazing journey.

Class 101 Student – AP, Class of 2021

I would recommend all parents enroll their children in Class 101,

especially those who are at a financial disadvantage when it comes

to paying for college tuition. Class 101 isn’t about a parent paying

someone to find a college and get them enrolled; it’s a motivator

and an educator. Without Class 101 and the Charbonnets, I wouldn’t

have known how to raise my ACT and SAT scores the way I did,

the best way to write a college admissions essay, or where to find

scholarships that fit my needs. They provide many other high-quality

programs. I feel a parent would be putting their child at a disadvantage by passing up this opportunity.



Mark – Class 101 Class of 2019

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