Life Quest Girls Academy provides a distraction-free, structured private school where teen girls who may be struggling in a traditional school setting can focus most of their time on academics. Each student is typically on a different educational pace or level than their Life Quest peers. This gives students the opportunity, in a structured and monitored environment, to get caught up with their academics. We encourage students to take responsibility for their educational goal.
One part of preparing for graduation from high school is taking the SAT exam. Colleges usually require a student’s SAT scores as part of her application for admission. That’s why Life Quest offers SAT prep courses, and instructional support for taking and passing the SAT exam. About the SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test)
“Widely accepted in the U.S. and around the world, the SAT sets the standard for measuring college readiness among high school students. Nearly all colleges and universities accept SAT scores as part of an entrance application into an undergraduate program; many specify a preference for SAT over ACT scores. The College Board administers the SAT, which encompasses two primary sections in evidence-based reading and writing and in math.”1
“Redesigned in 2016, the “new” SAT features streamlined timing and scoring systems, a focus on practical reasoning and skills, and an optional essay. The evidence-based reading and writing section encompasses two individual tests: a reading and a writing and language section. The math section incorporates both calculator and non-calculator questions. Test takers may decide their own order for answering questions within a section; however, they may not skip ahead to the next section or go back to a previously completed section. The new SAT also features “rights-only scoring,” with no penalty for guessing the answer.”1
“The main sections of the SAT always occur in the same order: reading, writing and language, and math without and math with an approved calculator. Students select from multiple-choice options for all of the above sections. The SAT comprises three hours, including 65 minutes for reading; 35 minutes for writing and language; 25 for math, no calculator; and 55 for math, with calculator. Test takers who write the essay must complete an additional 50-minute section.”1
“Students can take the SAT in March, May, June, August, October, November, and December of each year. The College Board posts scores roughly three weeks after students take the test.” 1 How Life Quest Girls Academy Can Help Your Struggling Girl Our non-traditional academic environment allows girls challenged by traditional school experiences to create their own unique, customized educational plan. By focusing on curriculum geared for today’s rapidly changing world, middle school and high school students at Life Quest Girl’s Academy discover the strength to build a successful future, including obtaining employment.
We structure our program to help students build a foundation of confident, disciplined, holistic living. The Life Quest Girl’s Academy academic program is designed for a small student body of up to 45 students, offering academic instruction for grades 6 – 12. Our academic program is based on an online independent study philosophy with one-on-one tutoring support provided by certified teachers.
Life Quest Helps Girls Prepare for An Exciting Future
Take the first step to see if Life Quest is the best choice for your daughter. We are a non-therapeutic boarding school where girls can continue out-patient therapy while pursuing their educational and self-improvement goals in a safe, loving, home-like environment. Contact us today to learn more about our program, and to begin the admission process. Call (435)-708-2809 now. You can also contact us through our website page: https://lifequestgirlsacademy.com/contact/
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