Our mission is to empower students, serve families, and inspire greatness. We know that applying to college can be overwhelming, which is why we strive to make this process enjoyable for families. We navigate the complex, multi-year process by working one-on-one with students as early as their freshman year of high school. But it’s not just about getting into college. At the core of everything we do is a passion for helping young people find their future.
Class 101 Savannah is full of college planning experts who love helping students on the path to higher education. We all became a part of the Class 101 family because we want to make a difference in a young person’s life. Our various backgrounds aid us in doing this. Get to know each member of our team <here>.
Co-ownerPhilip is the co-owner of Class 101 Savannah, Georgia where his mission is to help students and families navigate the complex steps leading to successful and affordable college admission. Class 101 is a 20-year old company that had helped over 3,000 students earn millions in scholarships. Philip works with students by administering one-on-one college planning, preparing for standardized test, facilitating visits to universities across the country and conducting financial aid workshops for families. Philip earned his undergraduate degree in Biology from Savannah State University and an Executive Masters in Science and Technology from Georgia Institute of Technology. He is a proven leader in the community by serving as board chairs on the Frank Callen Boys and Girls Club and Savannah Development and Renewal Authority. His experience with being a high school basketball coach and going through the college planning process with his own children lead to his passion of helping make college more affordable for families.
I would absolutely recommend Class 101. Online training course and study videos were very helpful. After every weekly coaching sessions, we would receive a report in the form of an email recapping Maxwell’s progress and laying out his goals for the following week. We didn’t have to guess whether or not Maxwell was doing the work because he was in constant communication. Overall, Maxwell raised his total ACT score by 6 points from the first time he took the test in his junior year. – V. James, Class 101 Parent