February 11, 2019
Timmy Ruch Crowned Mr. Mustang--Donates $3200 to Ronald McDonald House
Next Level ACT Prep Course on February 28
Almost every Ohio high school student now takes the ACT. Securing a good score can assure graduation, qualify students for CCP opportunities, and perhaps most importantly, help students gain admission to college and obtain essential financial aid. This six-hour preparation seminar helps demystify the ACT by explaining:
- the test’s structure,
- the academic content covered on it,
- testing and time management strategies students can employ to maximize their performance.
Students learn specific, tangible strategies to answer more questions correctly, how to decipher questions designed to thwart their performance, and specific academic content that is regularly tested on the ACT.
Each participant gets:
- six hours of live, engaging, interactive instruction;
- a comprehensive, 400-page, reference workbook;
- online access to over 1000 additional practice test questions;
- free, live, phone-in pre-test tutoring.
Thursday, February 28, 2019
7:45 a.m. to 2:25 p.m.
Strongsville High School
Price is just $59 for Strongsville School District students.
To participate, please complete the registration form and bring it, along with cash, check, or money order for the $59 tuition made out to Strongsville City Schools to the School Counseling Office. You also may register online at https://nlpohio.com/product/strongsville-hs-act-seminar-219/, using a credit card for payment.
Next Level Prep, 1601 W. Fifth Ave., Suite 693, Columbus, OH, 43212
Call Dave Dobos at 614-580-7380 or email him at email@example.com with any questions.
Strongsville High School Literacy Night
You are invited to Strongsville High School’s first literacy night on Wednesday, February 20th. Students, parents and/or guardians are welcome to attend an evening of activities that will promote literacy. These activities include:
Meet high school senior, Erin Sievers, who just published her first novel.
Participate in the SHS NPR podcast competition.
Hear from Cuyahoga County Public Library teen librarian, Rebecca Price-Donahue, about new and interesting reads.
Enjoy a one-act play from our high school theater troupe.
Learn about ways to improve literacy levels and increase academic achievement from our literacy coaches.
Families are free to stop by and enjoy any of our events between 4:00-6:30 p.m. We look forward to seeing you there!