I'm In Marketer Introduces New App for Benet Academy

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Benet Academy mobile app aims to provide a devoted channel for information that will be helpful for present and future students, teachers, and parents.

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The Chicago-based mobile app developer has launched yet another app and this time, it is for Benet Academy. Same as with this educational institution, the mobile app aims to provide a devoted channel for information that will be helpful for present and future students, teachers, and parents.

The Benet Academy was established back in the year 1887 and is now one of the prominent Catholic institutions for high school students in Lisle, Illinois. The school has students that come from different counties including Kane, Will, DuPage, Cook, and DeKalb. Most of these youngsters, just like a great number of the US population, have gone mobile. They depend on their smartphones and tablets to provide information that they need regarding almost anything. This is where the new mobile app for Benet Academy becomes extremely useful for both the youth and their parents.

The app comes with not one, not two, but six buttons that allow the users to learn more about the Benet Academy. These buttons are Contact Us, Shadow Program, Messages, Alumni, Tuition and Financial Aid, and the More button. Contact Us, as the name implies, provides an easier way for students to communicate with the school. With just one tap on this particular button, the users will be taken to the list of all the departments in the institution. Tapping on any of those departments causes a pop up to appear with the phone number and the option to call from the app itself.

The Shadow Program button is just as important as the first mentioned button, in which, this gives the students or parents a much easier way of registering into the Shadow Program right from the app. By doing so, interested applicants can visit the school for a firsthand experience of what it is like to be a student in the Benet Academy.

The next important button is the Tuition and Financial Aid. This is quite significant not only for the students but also for the parents. With this feature in the app, parents can see whether they can afford the fees and learn more about the tuition payment plan form. Parents also get to learn and understand whether their child can qualify for the financial aid program at Benet Academy.

Finally, the last button is labeled as “More”. I’m In Marketer cleverly incorporates all the extra details about the school without overcrowding them in one page. With this button, users can view photos, know about athletics, and find out why Benet Academy is the right school for them. All in all, this app does a good job in giving information for students and for parents about the school.

You can download the Benet Academy mobile app from iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/benet-academy/id666926811?mt=8 and from Google Play at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.app_benetacademy.layout .

About Benet Academy

The Benet Academy is an educational institution religiously affiliated with the Diocese of Joliet and the Roman Catholic Church. It is owned and managed by St. Procopius Abbey and currently has 112 faculty members. It is accredited by many associations including the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools and the Illinois State Board of Education. The Benet Academy strives to provide a dedicated staff that will give support and devotion so that all students will perform well socially, psychologically, and spiritually. More information about the school can be found here:http://www.benet.org/.

About I’m In Marketer

I’m In Marketer has been developing mobile apps for small businesses so that they can achieve their business goals. Their team of developers aims to give small business owners the opportunity to not only interact with their existing customers, but reach out to more clients. More information about I’m In Marketer can be found at their website: http://iminmarketer.com/.

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