SAT PREPARATION COURSE
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As most college-bound students and their parents are aware, colleges place a great deal of importance on SAT scores when making decisions regarding undergraduate admissions. Consequently, the demanding nature of the three-hour SAT often causes anxiety for both students and their parents.
Because of this, Moeller High School offers a co-curricular course to prepare juniors for the SAT.
The fee for the 15-hour course is $190. The textbook, The New SAT, is included. The course is structured into two classes per week for three weeks. Each class is two-and-one-half-hours in duration.
Moeller English Teacher Frank Minnick teaches the SAT orientation, verbal and writing sections on Mondays and Wednesdays in Room 223. Moeller Math Teacher Kevin Kohls teaches math sections on Tuesdays and Thursdays in Room 230.
Enrollment begins on January 15 and closes on January 29. It is handled on a first-come, first-served basis, with Mondays (Verbal) and Tuesdays (Math) being the priority-fill course days.
Classes will begin at 6 PM and conclude at 8:30 PM.
Classes will be as follows:
Mondays, February 4, 11, and 25 (Verbal)
Tuesdays, February 5, 12, and 19 (Math)
Wednesdays, February 6, 13, and 20 (Verbal)
Thursdays, February 7, 14, and 21 (Math)
Checks shoud be made payable to Moeller High School. All funds must be given directly to Frank Minnick in Room 223 for enrollment to be valid.
Questions can be addressed to Frank Minnick at FMinnick@Moeller.org or Kevin Kohls at KKohls@Moeller.org.
ATTENDANCE: We ask for cooperation in ensuring prompt attendance at all sessions. Students must bring materials to each class to participate.
1. If the request for a refund comes before the first class of the course, the original fee will be returned, minus the cost of any materials purchased for the student (i.e., the SAT book).
2. If the request for a refund is made during or immediately after the first week of class, half of the fee will be refunded (again, minus the cost of materials).
3. No refund will be made once the second week of classes has commenced.