Aim Higher using Social Media to promote Catholic Education in the Archdiocese

May 1, 2012


Aim Higher, a new campaign to market and promote Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, is now employing Social Media to get the message out.

From Cathy Cornell, Office of Catholic Schools:

We will be using our social media sites, primarily Facebook and Twitter, as a hub for our students, teachers, and parents to spread the good news of Catholic education. It will be a place where people can connect, share news, learn something new and interact with one another.

On our Facebook page, we are running an “app of the week” to help teachers and parents engage their kids in fun and unique ways.

We will also be running promotional contests to our schools through these pages. Currently we are having an essay contest for our graduates about what their Catholic education meant to them. It will bring energy around the amazing stories in our Catholic schools.

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