SAT Academy 2018-08-30T14:34:22+00:00

Fall 2018 SAT Academy Registration

Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays
Sept 4 – Oct 23, 4 – 5:30pm
Practice tests: Tues 9/4, 4-7pm & Sat 9/29, 9am-1pm

Included: All course materials, including online practice; 24 hours of targeted in-class instruction; small classes (max. 12) with personalized attention; 2 full-length proctored practice tests and comprehensive diagnostic reports; FREE registration for the SAT proctored at JGS on 10/24/18

Download an SAT Academy fall 2018 flyer!

  • Total fee ($1000) is due upon registration. Jones-Gordon/On-Track reserves the right to cancel a course if it does not meet the minimum number of students. In case of cancellation, fees paid will be refunded or applied to one-on-one tutoring. No other refunds or prorating can be given.
  • Terms

    SAT Prep is designed to provide valuable instruction, practice, and repetition of skills and strategies required for the exam. Research shows that students taking preparation courses may show a significant improvement. Dedication and attendance are critical to testing success. Missing sessions, assignments, or practice tests may result in a measurable reduction in actual test scores. Guarantee of improvement in actual test scores is not possible nor implied. Make-up classes are not offered; however, individual one-on-one sessions may be arranged at a DISCOUNTED OTT test prep rate of $75 per hour.

    JGS/OTT adheres to research-based, industry standards that ensure optimal success on the test. Failure to adhere to the recommended preparation program/hours may not result in desired outcomes. You understand that your child’s SAT score will not reflect his/her best potential score if he or she does NOT complete assignments/homework, the recommended number of instructional hours or practice exams. You further acknowledge that there is no reimbursement for missed sessions or practice tests.

 

Instructor Samantha De Palo is an award-winning Highly Qualified teacher with a master’s degree in Secondary Education with an emphasis in Mathematics. She also holds undergrad degrees in English Literature and Spanish Linguistics. In 2013, she received a Fulbright scholarship and taught at a university outside Mexico City. Upon returning to the U.S., she completed two years of service with Teach For America, teaching high school math at a large public high school in the West Valley, during which time she also worked as a tutor for Kaplan Test Prep. This is Sam’s third year at Jones-Gordon where she is the Director of High School.