High school students in the Lead-Deadwood School District can now take an ACT preparation course at a reduced rate, reports the Black Hills Pioneer. The reduced rate is offered by Chapter Y of the Philanthropic Education Organization (PEO) in Deadwood, which strives to encourage educational endeavors in the region.
The prep course will be offered for just $25—one-hundred dollars less than the normal rate for the course. The course will review ACT test sections including math and monitoring time effectively during the test. The prep test will be offered at the Smart Center in the Historic Homestake Opera House in Lead from 2-5p.m., August 14-17. Students interested in the prep course can apply at Lotus Up, Lead-Deadwood High School, and the Hearst Library in Lead. Individuals with questions may email [email protected] or call 269-1600.
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