Parents have had the same problem over the years and that is facilitation of their children’s future. Every parent wants the best for their children. But the dilemma comes in when it’s time to decide how to give what’s best to them. Most parents get this very wrong and end up ruining their children’s future. So the institution makes it a priority to educate parents on how best to proceed by answering the tough questions. Is it choosing a good school for your child? Is it selecting a subject of study for your child? Is it letting your child decide for themselves? Is it finding a compromise between you and your child?
The school through its numerous meets and greets or the school website offers advice on how to proceed. This is how the institution enrolls and recruits the best. First, the parents are advised to understand their children’s academic needs. This aids the parent in determining how best to meet their children’s academic needs. Research and data collected on their children’s academic needs automatically leads to identification of schools with programs that suit their children’s needs. After this comes the most important aspect of a child’s academic progress – identification of the right institution to attend (choosing the right school).
Choosing/selecting the right school for your child can dictate their future. This is why during enrollment, the school meets the prospective student and parents to assess if the choice of school was well informed. The school disseminates adequate information to both the parents and children to ensure that both parties make well informed decisions. This is why the institution enrolls only twenty percent (20%) of the annual applicants. This means that every student enrolled belongs in the institution. It is this policy that ensures the school maintains a high academic performance and retains a zero dropout rate.