Atrium Goes Live at College Preparatory Eagle Hill School

September 25, 2017

Eagle Hill School Goes Live with Atrium Campus Card Solution

Eagle Hill School went live in September with a new Atrium campus card solution. Feedback from parents, students and Eagle Hill School staff has been excellent.

Eagle Hill School is a private co-educational college preparatory boarding school in Hardwick, Massachusetts, established in 1967.  Eagle Hill School educates students identified with learning disabilities by providing an intimate and encouraging community that honors the individual, values learning diversity, and cultivates international mindedness.

 

Eagle Hill School’s goals for this project included:

• Improving the parent experience around tuition payment and managing student account
• Improving the student experience around managing allowances, student store charges and trips
• Streamlining and automating manual administrative work processes

The Atrium campus card solution includes:

  • StudentLink for Parents – pay online for tuition and manage student accounts from a mobile responsive web app.  Atrium integrates with Eagle Hill School’s Intacct general ledger system to provide this seamless solution.  Parents log into StudentLink using Blackbaud Single Sign On.
  • StudentLink for Students – access their allowance from a cash dispensing kiosk using their smartphone or a physical ID card.  Students can also pay for goods at the Student Store.
  • Atrium for Admins – web portal that allows Eagle Hill School staff to manage and reconcile the student accounts, including a rich reporting engine and the ability to effect manual and bulk student transactions.

Tammy Johnson, President & CEO of Atrium, said of the project, “Eagle Hill School had a vision to improve their parent and student experience with respect to tuition payment and management of student accounts.  We partnered with Eagle Hill School and WipFli, who provided a new Intacct general ledger system.  We are excited about the very positive feedback from parents and students.  We look forward to bringing this solution to other private high schools.”