New ACT prep class offered at the high school
Jan 19, 2006 | 269 views | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend | print
       A new ACT Prep Class is now being

offered to high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors through the

21st Century Community Learning Center grant administered by Grand

County School District. This new class brings with it a wealth of

opportunity as it is the first time GCHS students can receive

one-on-one instruction and practice that will help them to achieve

higher scores and greater confidence when taking the ACT, the most

widely accepted college entrance exam. In an effort to reach more

students, two sessions will be offered this winter. Session I will be

February 7-28 and Session II will be March 7-28, with classes every

Tuesday evening from 6-7:30 and every Saturday morning from 10:30-12.

Participating students will receive eight classroom sessions, a copy of

The Real ACT Prep Guide book, three practice tests, and 15 hours of

teacher time, preparation and instruction. Parents or students can

pre-register for $15 during Parent-Teacher Conferences on Jan. 26-27.

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