North Carolina ripe for growth of schools and website developer

COLUMBUS, Ohio, Oct. 30, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The launch of The Corvian Community School's new website celebrates the success of the school's continued growth.

The Corvian Community School is one of the state's Public Charter School that currently serves students in kindergarten through sixth grade. Seventh grade is slated for fall 2016 and one grade will be added each year until 2021 when the school will be completed through 12th grade.

eSchoolView, a website and education management software developer, based in Columbus, Ohio, is also demonstrating significant growth. The company recently opened its North Carolina office and is listed in the top third of the nation's fastest growing companies on the Inc. 5000 list for the second consecutive year.

Corvian is also eSchoolView's first client in North Carolina. Its tailor-made site features a custom design and incorporates an easily accessible news and announcements page with images front and center. The central theme and colors highlight the school's "community" brand and organizes content to maximize the user's experience.

"We build websites, but we are in the business of building relationships," eSchoolView Executive Director Rob O'Leary said. "Leading educational research points to a positive correlation between informed parents and their involvement."

Corvian's leadership and Board of Directors wanted a website that would serve its community with timely and relevant information, highlight student and staff success and embrace the school's philosophy of the growth and development of the child.

The content management system used to create the site was selected by school officials for its ease of use. Posting information and creating pages is as simple as working in a word processing document.

eSchoolView's CMS has nearly 20 components. News articles, videos, photo galleries, surveys, quizzes and more can easily be added to any page or section of the site.

eSchoolView, which serves hundreds of schools across the country from the Midwest to California and New York to Georgia, offers personalized training and support as part of all of its competitively priced contracts. Key staff will be taught how to use the system who will train others; support thereafter is unlimited and available by phone, email, virtual sessions and video.



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Source: eSchoolView