Philip and Janese Cooper, Franchise Owners, Savannah, Georgia Office
Philip (Tony) Cooper is the owner of Class 101-Savannah. Along with his wife, Janese, they have been instrumental in improving the lives of young people in their community. Philip has served on the board of the Frank Callen Boys and Girls Club of Savannah since 2002 and has held the position of board chair. He also serves as an assistant basketball coach at New Hampstead High School. Janese has been a Kumon instructor since 2007 and has also served as the Finance Officer of the Chatham Savannah Youth Futures Authority.
Philip and Janese see the need for college planning in their community and by bringing Class 101 to Savannah they can help high school students get into better colleges and qualify for higher amounts of scholarships and financial aid. They recognize that the college application process is complicated, competitive and stressful, resulting in students who don’t get enough, or any, financial aid and often end up at the wrong school. Philip and Janese are prepared to help students and families go through the college planning process using the proven methods of Class 101. The Coopers are the parents of two teenagers, both headed to college in a few years.