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Test Prep Courses

ACT Test Preparation

Students in grades 10-12 are introduced to the test format, different styles of questions, strategies, and time-saving skills for each section. To help maximize test scores, we review math, science reasoning, reading comprehension, English – rhetorical skills and grammar (usage and mechanics) – and the optional essay writing section. Students will use practice test questions and receive feedback for answers missed. Students will need to bring a calculator to every class. 

ACT Prep Courses are offered for September/October, December, February (FEB, tentative: usually no course offered due to Mid-Winter Break, excessive sports conflicts, weather cancellations, etc.), April, and June. Please register for the June course when Summer at The Hall opens in March. Course will be canceled if fewer than six students register.

Note: Students from other schools are welcome to attend our course!

*The April ACT course is an abbreviated course due to the many spring activities and other schedule conflicts. 

Cost: $175 per student

Wed, April 3rd 6-8pm (US room 129)
Sun, April 7th 12-2pm (MS room 105)
Wed, April 10th 6-8pm (MS room 105)

Questions? Contact Cathie Perry or Jenny Gray Ferguson '96.

PSAT Test Preparation

This course is offered every October for students who desire to learn test-taking strategies and time-saving techniques to increase their confidence and maximize test performance.

Please remember to bring a calculator and the student guide containing PSAT Practice Test #1. This guide will be distributed by Heritage Hall advisors or by your school’s counseling office.

Meet Our Team

List of 2 members.

  • Photo of Jenny Ferguson

    Jenny Ferguson 

    US Math, Head US Girls' Tennis, Test Prep Instructor
  • Photo of Cathie Perry

    Cathie Perry 

    MS English, Test Prep Instructor
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