W.F. Sullivan and Tim Anderson are both classroom teachers wholove what they do: preparing students for success on college admissions tests. Both W.F. and Tim currently teach SAT/ACT prep courses. As public school teachers, it bothers them that quality SAT/ACT preparation oftentimes seems only to be available for the students who can afford the ridiculously high price tags that usually accompany it. Attest believes that what Tim and W.F. do works, and they have data to back it up. Attest believes quality test preparation should be available to all students.
SAT/ACT Weekly Sessions
We understand that families (both parents and kids) have busy schedules that change constantly, so we are offering a variety of class meeting times and dates to fit your family’s needs. Classes will be held at least twice per week (usually on Monday and Thursday nights from 6:30 – 8:30 pm), and, using our class pass system, you can choose the number of classes you would like to attend. The passes will be offered according to the following structure:
2-class pass: $60
5-class pass: $125
10-class pass: $225
There is no obligation to attend every session; rather, purchasing a 2-, 5-, or 10-class pass will allow you to attend 2, 5, or 10 classes (respectively) whenever the classes may fit your schedule.
Only want to focus on one portion of the SAT/ACT? Then join us only for the nights in which we cover that material!
The freedom to choose what you need and when you need it is now here, so pick-up a class pass of your choosing and let’s get started working towards achieving the SAT/ACT score you need to make your college dreams a reality!
SAT/ACT Summer Camp
The 9th Annual SAT/ACT Summer Camp is a low-cost, affordable opportunity for students to receive the preparation necessary for success on the SAT and/or ACT. Test familiarity, process, and content are all covered with great depth, and based on the past eight years of conducting this camp in the Lexington/Richland 5 School District, we know the outcome will be very beneficial for our students regarding both their test scores as well as their overall education.