Course: ACT Workshop – Math Focus (fall or spring semester – your choice)
Grade Level:
 10-12
Day/Time: Monday 1:30 – 3:00pm
Fall Semester – September 17th thru October 22nd (6 weeks) in preparation for the October 27, 2018 test
Spring Semester – Feb. 25th thru April 8th (6 weeks, not including spring break) in preparation for the April 13, 2019 test
Instructor: Carla Stevenson
Cost: $110 + $10 application fee
Book: The Official ACT Prep Pack, ISBN # 978-1119490784, published by Wiley.  Order from Amazon or Barnes and Nobles; do NOT order used since this has 3 full practice tests and 2 on-line practice tests.
Description: Is your student equipped with the test-taking tools needed to confidently complete the ACT? Further, is your student wanting, or better yet, needing to improve his or her ACT score? This workshop is designed to help students prepare for and improve upon the math section of the ACT. Students will review concepts from Algebra I, Geometry and Algebra II that are covered on the ACT, as well as learn math test-taking strategies to help improve their score. Students will have the opportunity to work on accuracy and speed for the math section of the test. The book provides 5 previously administered, full-length ACT tests written by the actual test maker, plus 2 NEW practice tests. Students will learn ACT-test content, structure, and format information.

Course: ACT Workshop – Rhetoric skills for English, Reading Comprehension, and Essay Writing
Grade Level:
 10-12
Day/Time: Monday 3:05 – 5:05pm
Fall Semester – September 17th thru October 22nd (6 weeks) in preparation for the October 27, 2018 test
Instructor: Shelley George
Cost: $125 + $10 application fee
Book: The Official ACT Prep Pack, ISBN # 978-1119490784, published by Wiley.  Order from Amazon and Barnes and Nobles; do NOT order used since this has 3 full practice tests and 2 on-line practice tests.
Description: Is your student equipped with the test-taking tools needed to confidently complete the ACT? Further, is your student wanting, or better yet, needing to improve his or her ACT score? This workshop will introduce your student to 4 of the 5 major sections involved in the ACT, while giving strategies to tackle each one. The primary focus of the workshop will address rhetoric skills, reading comprehension and essay writing, with some attention to science reasoning. Our aim is to help students prepare for and improve upon the rhetoric, reading and writing portion of the test. The math section will be administered in our “Math Focus” ACT workshop. Students will have the opportunity to work on accuracy and speed with the English, reading, and essay sections. The book provides 5 previously administered, full-length ACT tests written by the actual test maker, plus 2 NEW practice tests. Students will learn ACT-test content, structure, and format information.

Course: Study Hall
Grade Level:
 9-12
Day/Time: Tuesday 10:00 – 10:25am OR 10:00 – 10:40am OR 10:00-12:00 (Noon)*
Tuesday 12:30 – 1:45pm OR 1:55 – 2:20pm OR 1:55 – 3:10pm* OR 2:25 – 3:10pm
Wednesday 9:00 – 10:30am OR 10:40am – 12:10pm OR 12:35 – 2:05pm OR 2:15 – 3:45pm*
Thursday 10:00 – 10:25am OR 10:00 – 10:40am OR 10:00 – 12:00 (Noon)* OR 12:30 – 1:45pm* OR 1:55 – 2:20pm
Supervisor: Trista Plantholt
Cost: FREE for any 25 minute session on Tuesday and/or Thursday
$7 per month for any 40-45 minute session on Tuesday or Thursday;
$14 for Tuesday AND Thursday 10:00 – 10:40am
$12 per month for any 75 minute session on Tuesday or Thursday
$15 per month for any 90 minute session on Wednesday
$18 per month for the 120 minute session on Tuesday or Thursday
Description: This opportunity is only available to students who have a class before AND after the study hall. If your child has a break in-between classes that is longer than our 5-10 minute transition (not including the lunch hour), and you would like for your child to stay on campus, you must register for a corresponding study hall. It is our hope and desire for the student to make the most of this occasion, using the time to study diligently, take a mental break, or read quietly.
*If your child needs to stay on campus during this time for car-pooling purposes, they have a sibling in a class at this time, or it’s necessary for them to be at HHL for other situations, you may apply for any of the indicated study halls.

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