From its beginning in 2015 the focus of the Winton Woods Achievement Boosters differed from the Athletic Boosters and the Performing Arts Boosters, organizations that focus on activities—sports and performing arts—that, many times, do not turn out to provide all who participate with a lifetime career platform. Many students who lack these interests and even those who have these interests, but prefer other career platforms, are left out. Students seeking careers in fields other than sports or performing arts need other options This is the Winton Woods Achievement Boosters, Inc. niche.
SAT Prep Sessions
Want to improve your SAT score?
Register for the Winton Woods Achievement Boosters’
SAT PREP COURSE!
Many colleges use SAT scores to determine admission and scholarships. The Winton Woods City School District, in partnership with the Winton Woods Achievement Boosters, will provide in-person SAT prep classes. Please join us!
Saturday, October 9 – 10:00am to Noon - OPEN HOUSE
Program explanation and enrollment
Tentative Course Schedule:
Saturday, October 16 — 8:30 to noon – SAT pre-test
Saturday, October 23 – 9:30 to noon – Math Review
Saturday, October 30 – 9:30 to noon – Mastering the Test, Reading & Strategy Review
Saturday, November 6 – 9:30 to noon – More Math – Taking it to the Next Level
Saturday, November 13 – 9:30 to noon – Putting it all together
Saturday, November 20 — 8:30 to noon - SAT post-test
Classes will be in the same classroom as the Open House. The course prepares students for the official College Board SAT test scheduled for Saturday, December 4, 2021.
Participation is limited to the first 25 students registered with priority given to Winton Woods students.
Classes will be held in Room 1756.
accessed through the side door, No. 27.
All instructional and practice test sessions will comply with the WWCSD COVID-19 pandemic mitigation protocol.
Featured Blog and News
Read the latest news, updates, and achievements to help with the success of our students.
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