ACT Prep Course Begins Tonight at Bridgeport High School; Registration Still Open

By Connect-Bridgeport Staff on November 27, 2018 via

An ACT prep course starts tonight at Bridgeport High School and it’s not too late for juniors and seniors to get on board and take advantage of the course.
“We had several students last year that took the course and increased their ACT scores in multiple areas,” said BHS Assistant Principal Renee Mathews. “Also, it allows students to feel confident and capable on test day, thus increasing their opportunity to increase chances of qualifying for Promise and other scholarships at their college of choice.”
Sponsored by the BHS Academic Boosters, the course will be taught by faculty member Jared St. Martin Brown, who has taught ACT prep for several years. Every student enrolled in the class will be provided opportunity for 16 hours of ACT test prep, along with a full practice test, Mathews said. The course will give students opportunity to go through reading, English, science, math and work on writing skills.
The course kicks off this evening, 5-7 p.m. and will thereafter be held 5-7 p.m. Tuesdays on Dec. 4, 11 and 18 and Jan. 8, 15, 22 and 29. A full practice test will be given Jan. 19 to prepare for ACT testing. (Spring testing dates are Feb. 9, April 13 and June 8.)
Cost is $150 per student and includes all books and materials. Test-taking strategies and skills will be emphasized.
Students who have not yet registered can bring a check for $150 (payable to BHS Academic Boosters) to tonight’s session at BHS, room 104.

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