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SAT|ACT Preparation Courses

SAT|ACT Preparation Courses


Dear Parents and Students,

We wanted to take a moment and introduce ourselves and let you know about our course offerings with McKinney ISD. We know how tough it can be getting through another school year with homework, tests, extra-curricular activities, and on top of all this you have to think about college.

With all of this in mind The Princeton Review has come up with schedules to help you prepare for those standardized tests. This year, we will be hosting all of our courses at McKinney Boyd High School. As a partner of McKinney ISD, all students are welcome to enroll in these courses. With the SAT and ACT administrations given almost every month we are making sure to have a class to help you prepare.

Please look for our next set of available courses on the flyer also on the ISD website or at your school. We will be updating these flyers every semester to include all the possible preparation options. Please note that each course needs a minimum of 6 students in order to run. To enroll in one of the courses listed please visit our website or give us a call.

We would also love to answer any questions you may have about our courses, questions deciding about the SAT or ACT, and how it all relates to college admissions. We look forward to seeing you in the classroom!

Mika Rogers
Mika Rogers | MFA
Territory Manager
Ph. 214-890-0099

Click here to view the course schedule.

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"The Importance of Teachers"

McKinney ISD students pay tribute to their teachers in this video produced in honor of the district's 2011 Teacher of the Year candidates.

The Importance of Teachers

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Standard and Poor's States Structural Changes Needed to Fix School Finance, Cause of State's Financial Issues

Standard and Poor|Q|s States Structural Changes Needed to Fix School Finance, Cause of State|Q|s Financial Issues

"In fact, we believe that the primary source of the state's budget imbalance is not slower revenue growth, but rather, built-in budget imbalances that simply become more evident during periods of economic decline or slow revenue growth. Chief among these potential sources of persistent imbalances is education funding. As we have said for the past four years, the school finance reforms that the legislature approved in 2006 created a long-term source of budget pressure for the state, in our opinion."
-Standard and Poor's, Feb. 16, 2011

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