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Students meet to prep for their futures

posted Oct 17, 2017, 10:09 AM by Unknown user

An ACT prep class is going to be held in the library on Oct. 19. The fee is $10 for in-district students and $35 for out of district students. This class will be from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

“I want to learn the best time management strategies and to know what to expect and to try. Also, I want to boost my English score,” sophomore Wyatt Schulte said.

The class covers what will be on the test and test taking techniques to use to help students improve their scores on the ACT in all categories. Those who attend will learn what ACT writers are looking for, how to approach questions differently and what problem solving skills they’ll need.

“I would like to get a good score on the ACT the first time I take it so I can get into a good college,”  sophomore Jayden Stanley said. “Plus, I want to know the best way to approach the science part of it; I struggle with science.”

Presenter Carolyn Devane has been to many high schools, and the flyer for the event included many positive reviews.

“I want to know what to expect from the test,” sophomore Kelly Doffing said. I would also want to know good strategies for the math part.”





Any interested students

ACT prep class

Oct. 19 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

CSHS library