Franchise Owner/College AdvisorMorgan is the owner of Class 101 Waco. After 16 years in public education, including 12 years as a teacher and 4 years working with local districts through a Federal College Readiness grant, Morgan was connected with Class 101. She is excited to continue her work with students and families by helping them meet the increasing expectations put on college-bound students. She believes that the proven methods of Class 101 will be a game-changer for Waco area students. Morgan received her Bachelor's Degree from the University of Mary-Hardin Baylor and a Master of Science in Counseling Psychology from Tarleton State University. She and her husband, Jacob, are parents to 3 children: Wren, Willow and Witten.
Class 101 helped me in so many distinct ways. It forced me to critically think about colleges in a different way, and ultimately helped me land my dream school. Through one-on-one sessions, ACT prep, and the guidance the Class 101 team offered, my college application process was much easier than my peers. But it didn’t stop with the acceptance letter. My advisor was right by my side as I applied for scholarships, honors colleges, and more! Thank you, Class 101 for everything—I couldn’t have done it without you.
Wow, I really don’t think I can put it into words. I’m headed to my dream school. I have a resume that I’m proud of. I got my ACT score up. I’ve experienced the impact that positive affirmation can have on an over-scheduled and under-slept teenager. I understand the research process to find a school that fits for me. I’m not going to fall into the never-ending pit of despair that is student debt. I’m ready for whatever happens next.
Because of Class 101 I have grown as a student and as a person. Preparing for college can be tricky for high schoolers. Picking a college, deciding a major, and preparing for the ACT are just some of the things that Class 101 has been able to help me with over the last few years. My college planner, was able to guide me through one of the most important chapters in my life and I am forever grateful. I joined Class 101 as a sophomore with very little idea of what direction I wanted to take my life. Now, I am just a few months from beginning my first semester of nursing school at the University of Louisville. Without the help of Class 101, I would not have as much confidence in myself and my decisions.