Class 101 opens center in Waldwick with ribbon cutting

By ROI-NJ Staff
Waldwick | Dec 5, 2018 at 12:04 pm

Class 101, a college planning company for high school students and their parents, held a grand opening ceremony and open house on Saturday in Waldwick.

The ribbon cutting ceremony took place at its new location, 46 Franklin Tunrpike, and was attended by Waldwick Mayor Thomas Giordano.

At the event, Scott Kastin, Class 101 Waldwick owner and professional college advisor, promoted Tackle Kids Cancer, a nonprofit organization which raises funds and awareness for pediatric cancer on behalf of The Children’s Cancer Institute at Hackensack University Medical Center. Kastin said he will donate $250 for every new client that signs up as well as $50 for every new student that registers for an ACT or SAT prep course.

“As a small business owner, I find myself in a unique position to pay it forward.  If I can use this opportunity to help kids and their families as they battle this terrible disease I am certainly going to do all I can,” Kastin said.

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