ACT-takers: register now for ACT early alert system
Seats for Sept/Oct will sell out fast this week.
Register now for the ACT early alert system
Taking the ACT this fall?
Many families have been asking me about when they can register for the fall ACT dates. The ACT site says that registration will open during the last week of July (this coming week), but has not specified an exact date. Demand for these dates will be high, and I’m guessing the number of seats will be limited, so you will want to act fast.
Thus, it would behoove anyone interested in taking the September and October dates to register for their early alert system. As soon as registration opens, the ACT will send you an email, so make sure you have your notifications turned on and you move quickly to register.
Thanks to everyone who filled out the Supplemental Learning Interest Form that I shared in yesterday’s eblast. The more responses we get, the better we can serve each of you. The interest is very high, as we know from all the conversations we’ve been having for weeks now. If you have not yet, please spend a few minutes on FoleyPrep.com/pods.
Yesterday we had a general meeting of Foley Prep faculty over Discord (better than Zoom in many ways). I’m very proud to say that we have kept 100% full time faculty that were going into October 2019, and are converting some part timers to full-time, salaried employees. If you know any smart upperclassman taking a gap year, recent college grads, or veteran teachers looking for full time or part time work this fall, give them my email. We have a great team and community feeling – our fun and hard work are rewarded by seeing our students’ results.
Below is a pic of a Ranney student prepping ACT with me yesterday. Hats off to The Ranney School in Tinton Falls, NJ, which seems to be handling the COVID crisis very well. This spring my Ranney students kept learning and their solution for this Fall term seems robust.
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