Schools are always looking for ways to attract more students. One way they can do this is by displaying virtual tours of their campus on their website. Virtual tours allow potential students to see what the school looks like and how it operates from a distance, which may be much easier than visiting in person. As more people rely on the internet, they have been turning to virtual tours. Schools use them not only as a way to show potential students what their school will look like from afar, but also as part of their admissions process, giving future students an idea for life at the school before they commit to anything.

With schools like Harvard and MIT, among many other universities that have begun creating virtual tours of their campuses on the web so that prospective students who are interested in coming to school there but cannot visit campus first can get a sense for what it would be like. There are also lots of examples online where people can take virtual tours of university campuses, and it’s a great way to get an idea if the school is right for you.

It’s not only for college or universities. High schools are using virtual tours to help attract more students, too. Schools can use the technology in different ways: they can post high quality videos and photos of their classrooms on social media; create professional-looking web pages with 360 degree views of campus buildings that visitors can explore from a computer, mobile or tablet; create immersive, interactive virtual tours that look and in some cases feel like a game.

“We wanted to provide people with an opportunity to see what it’s really like at our school,” said Daniel Franklin, the headmaster of Brompton House School in London who launched a virtual tour on YouTube last year. “It has been successful.” The video had more than 13,000 views in just a few months.

Parents are happy to visit the school virtually before they enroll their children and students enjoy taking virtual tours of colleges. “We’ve had kids who have visited 50 schools on Google Street View,” said David Saylor, associate director for marketing at NBSS. “It’s been an unbelievably effective tool.”

With a virtual tour, schools get to show off their buildings and programs in detail. They can also change what they want the prospective student to see based on what is most relevant to them. For instance, if you’re focused on science or academic performance at your school, you might take someone through a lab or math class before moving onto any of your other programs or facilities.

High schools are using virtual tours to help attract more students, too. Schools can use the technology in different ways: they can post high quality videos and photos of their classrooms on social media; create professional-looking web pages with 360 degree views of campus buildings that visitors can explore from a computer, mobile or tablet; create immersive, interactive virtual

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