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Hosting an SAT/ACT Prep Class

Guest Post by Chase Miller

Every year many of your students face a very important challenge; the SAT and ACT Admissions Test.

These tests are both designed to test a student’s knowledge to ensure they will succeed in college. One’s test score also directly affects a student’s scholarship offers from the colleges they are accepted to. Sufficient to say, a quality score on the ACT or SAT is on the forefront for most juniors and seniors in your youth group.

However, more than just the students in your youth group; the SAT and ACT is important for every student at your local high schools. That is why it is essential to take advantage of these tests and help students get a better score. There are plenty of ways to go about this, but my suggestion is to offer a free ACT/SAT Prep Class for students in your area.

Its a bold idea, but would it be that hard? Simply hire someone or see if there is someone in your church that could teach a SAT/ACT Prep class. Many students would take advantage of this class and it would be a great opportunity for interacting and meeting students who don’t normally attend school.

Help student’s succeed and show them that you care about their future by offering a SAT/ACT Prep Class.

Chase Miller is a High School student from Orange County, CA. He loves to surf, tweets occasionally and would love to guest post on your blog!!

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Josh Griffin is high school pastor at Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, CA. He’s the co-counder of DownloadYouthMinistry.com and host of the Youth Ministry Garage Podcast. He's authored more than 20 youth ministry resources and is the author of "99 Thoughts for Small Group Leaders" with Doug Fields. Josh is a father of 4 who speaks a little, podcasts a little, Twitters a bit, and blogs a lot. You can find him at DownloadYouthMinistry.com!