Calling all Small School Leaders!

Join our free, virtual monthly meetup tailored to
small school heads of school, marketing, and admissions directors.

Small School Leaders Celebration: October 6 @ 12pm ET

Mark your calendars! We're inviting you, your team, and a colleague of your choice to join us in celebrating our Small School Leaders Anniversary!

During this FREE event, there will be:

✅ Breakout rooms for enrollment, marketing and development so you can dive into the unique challenges your small school teams face

✅ Prizes & Giveaways

✅ Great conversation and support!


The next free meetup is on October 6 at 12 pm EST!

Share ideas, talk strategy, and get support from other small schools!

Why join Small School Leaders?

Small schools are unique. They face different challenges than larger schools and need solutions
tailored to meet their limited resources.



Upcoming Dates & Topics

Small School Leaders Celebration

Thursday, October 6, 12 pm EST



Whether it's admissions or marketing, you'll find that the strategies and discussions in each meet-up will help you move your projects forward. It's the support and connection you've been looking for!

About Aubrey Bursch, Facilitator

Aubrey Bursch, Founder & CEO of Easy School Marketing, is passionate about supporting small + independent schools to increase enrollment, retention, and revenue by designing + executing marketing strategies that work for them.
As the daughter of lifelong educators and mom of two independent school students, she combines her passion for schools with her 20+ years of marketing and development to help schools identify and implement high ROI initiatives. Aubrey co-hosts the Mindful School Marketing podcast, leads the free Small School Leaders professional development program, and speaks nationwide.

"Aubrey has a great depth of knowledge and insight into school marketing especially for small independent schools like ours. She brings a ton of energy and enthusiasm to every project, big or small, and truly wants to help small schools be sustainable and use their time wisely."

Matt Thornton, Director of Admissions, Robert C. Parker School