The ACT test is given seven times a year, and most students begin taking this test their junior year of high school. Today, ACT scores are very important and are used in determining college admissions, scholarships, and even out-of-state tuition. You can register online for the ACT test at www.act.org.
Your child may want to consider taking an ACT Prep course to help prepare for or improve the scores of this important test. All of our classes are taught by either Patty Lockenvitz, Annie Crider or myself. We are certified teachers and have been successful in helping students with the ACT test. We offer a variety of classes to meet students' schedules. Many students take our classes after they have taken the ACT test at least once, usually just prior to the second or third time they take the test.
Our schedule of upcoming classes is on this website. You can also find our schedule on some of the local high school bulletins. Our courses are made up of 6 hours of instruction spread out over a few weeks.
Early registration is required because all group classes have limited enrollment. Individual sessions are available for all ACT subjects, including writing at varying hourly fees.
Please feel free to call or email me with any questions. It is my goal to help your child succeed. References are certainly available.