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Education Franchise: Expectations vs. Reality

Starting your own business takes a lot of work and comes with a high risk, especially if you have not done it before. Buying a franchise allows you to be a business owner without having to build a company or create a product or service. As wonderful as franchise opportunities are, however, you need to know the difference between expectations and reality. Here are three areas to be aware of for an education franchise.

Financial Figures

The promise of a high income may be why you are considering owning a franchise in the first place. You may see others prosper, and you expect your experience to go the same way.

The reality is that a high gross income is not a guarantee of high profits. Both sales and expenses are part of the equation, and the bigger the difference between the two, the greater your profits will be. Still, you have taxes and debts to pay before you can take home any money.

Also, numbers rely on industry. Some franchises have higher profits due to the products and services they offer. An education franchise is not a get-rich-quick scheme. Succeeding takes a love for helping children and a belief in the value of education. However, with dedication, you can make a satisfying income. According to CNBC, education was in the top five highest-earning sectors for franchises.

Franchise Opportunities

Before you take a franchise opportunity, examine your motivation. Was the sales pitch phenomenal? That is what sales representatives do well, so do not base your decision on their performance. Check that the franchise is the proper fit for you by asking the following questions:

  • Do you believe in the company’s goals and values?
  • Are you passionate about the product or service?
  • Do you have the skills, knowledge, and time necessary to run this type of business?
  • What are the success rates among all franchisees?

The better the fit, the more likely the franchise will be a good investment.


The upside of buying a franchise is gaining an already established business and a model to follow. However, that does not mean you will automatically have success. You still have to know how to run a business. A good franchise will offer training and continual support to help you flourish, but it is still important to have a basic understanding of business practices and principles. The less entrepreneurial experience you have, the more important it is to ensure the company offers comprehensive assistance.

At Best in Class Education Center, we train our franchisees in everything from how to use software to how to best serve their communities, as well as provide public relations support. Find out if you are the right candidate for becoming a franchise owner.


Meet Our Franchisees

Best in Class Education Center has developed a flexible system that allows you to create your own work schedule and caters to your personal needs in establishing a new business. Veronica Reyna, a multi-unit franchisee from Cypress, Texas, has some great advice on what it’s like to get started with our program and some tips for those of you that are thinking of starting a franchise with us.


-Veronica Reyna

Best in Class Education Center believes in providing you with all the tools you’ll need to succeed. In this video, Ira Giri, a multi-unit franchisee out of Katy, Texas, shares her Franchisee Training experience with you and how it prepared her to be a successful franchise owner.


-Ira Giri

Best in Class franchisees come from many different backgrounds and nationalities, but what they all have in common is a deep passion for helping their community and an immense drive to be successful entrepreneurs. In this video, four franchisees from different parts of the country will share with you why they chose Best in Class Education Center to be their ultimate franchising opportunity.


-A group of franchisees

Carole Said, a franchisee out of Houston, Texas, has a few words to share with you about her onboarding experience and why she chose Best in Class Education Center.


-Carole Said