Hollinger International Retained by Ft. Wayne Area School to Conduct Feasibility Study for New High School
Hollinger International, an international school consulting firm based in the Washington, DC area has been retained by a Ft. Wayne, IN area school to conduct a feasibility study to evaluate the feasibility of adding a new high school. The feasibility study has several important objectives, including analysis of the need for a new school, determination of the potential enrollment, and assessment of interest in the type of program the school is considering. In addition to analyzing the needs of the community, the feasibility study will establish the costs for start-up and operation. Various methodologies will be employed over the course of the study, which will take approximately 60 days to complete.
Daniel Hollinger, the founder of Hollinger International, believes any school that is considering expansion should conduct a feasibility study before proceeding. Although schools may believe there is a need for additional grades, it is important to study the market and other significant issues related to expansion. According to Hollinger, “There are many factors that need to be studied carefully and objectively to ensure that expansion is the right step for all parties involved. Educational program, financial, zoning and location issues must be considered to make sure the community will be supportive of the project. Parents, teachers, students and the community at large need to be supportive for the project to succeed.”
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