Why Bring A-List to Your School?
The class of 2019 saw 2.2 million students take the SAT, the most test takers in the history of the SAT, with nearly as many taking the ACT. One reason is simply that more students are applying to four-year colleges than ever before. But the use of the tests has also expanded to high schools, as some states have been requiring the ACT or SAT for graduation or using them as a replacement for statewide tests.
The importance of college entrance exams has led to many institutions to having a heightened interest in test preparation. Finding institutional solutions for raising students’ ACT and SAT scores can prove time-consuming and challenging. A-List has worked with over 80,000 students at schools and institutions around the world, offering the tools and resources to help educators effectively integrate ACT/SAT content into classrooms and raise test scores.
Every school comes to us with a unique set of needs and we customize our offerings to best serve each institution and its students.
The national average SAT score improvement is approximately +46 points;
A-List students’ average SAT improvement is approximately +167 points.
The national average ACT score improvement is approximately +1 point;
A-List students’ average ACT improvement is approximately +5 points.
Dr. James M.
…There is a need for the type of program you have developed to be made available to every child regardless of income. This is why I have brought A-List into school districts I have been fortunate enough to lead: to train our teachers and provide the support necessary to improve our students’ scores.
A-List was engaging and substantive for our students. Each week our Dreamers were completely immersed in the class’s content…The sessions were poignant, enjoyable, and challenging and exactly what I had hoped for my Dreamers.
This was by far the most useful professional development session I’ve attended in my career.