|FREE SAT Prep Course Offered for Roanoke High School Students|
They say nothing in life is free. This announcement will prove that theory wrong. Roanoke City Schools will offer free SAT Prep Courses at both Patrick Henry and William Fleming High Schools.
You read right, these courses are free. They are administered by Princeton Review. If you were to pay for these courses on your own, it would cost you well over $600.
The classes start Saturday, September 15th. There are a total of 10 sessions. They will be offered at Patrick Henry and William Fleming High Schools.
Students are expected to attend all sessions. Six of the sessions will happen from 9 A.M. to 12 Noon. Four of the sessions will happen 9 A.M. to 1:30 P.M. While we are able to offer these courses for free, the school system can’t provide transportation.
Princeton Review has a proven track record of helping students boost their SAT scores. Some Roanoke City High School students, who took this class last year, saw their scores go up 100 points.
You are encouraged to register early. This is offered on a first come, first served basis. For the fall semester, seniors will be given preference. To sign up, you must see your guidance counselor no later than Friday, September 14.