SAT, PSAT prep classes in over 65 locations around New York, New Jersey, and North Carolina!
ESC's academically rigorous SAT, PSAT & ACT curricula were developed by experts in the field over three decades. Our experienced, certified high school teachers prepare students by focusing on key academic concepts, innovative test-taking techniques, and improving time management skills. Through teacher support, instruction, and practice with actual test sections and questions, students develop the confidence to take the test in a more relaxed manner and reach their maximum potential.
Educational Services Center currently offers our program in over 30 area high schools. These schools include: Brewster HS, R.C. Ketcham HS, Rondout Valley HS, Monroe-Woodbury HS, Goshen HS, James I. O'Neill HS,Washingtonville HS, Cornwall HS, Storm King School, Clarkstown HS North/South, Francis Lewis HS, Bogota HS, Leonia HS, Waldwick HS, Ramapo HS, Indian Hills HS, Pompton Lakes HS, Summit HS, Linden HS, David Brearley HS, Kinnelon HS, Butler HS, Parsippany Hills HS, Morristown HS, Mt. Olive HS, Somerville HS, Hopwell Valley Central HS, Hightstown HS, Spotswood HS, Raritan HS, Middletown HS North, Jackson Liberty/Memorial HS, Bordentown HS, Williamstown HS, Holly Springs HS, Wakefield HS, Wake Forest HS, Sanderson HS.
Don't see your high school on the list? If you would like to bring ESC's course to your high school, contact your guidance supervisor or principal and let them know of your interest. They can contact us and we would be delighted to plan a course at your school.
Juniors will improve their combined SAT scores by at least 100 points or ACT by at least 2 points as compared to the combined scores of a previous exam, or they may take our 4-session refresher course in the fall of 2017 without charge. Eligibility is dependent on having attended all classes and completed all assigned homework. STUDENTS MUST HAVE A PRIOR OFFICIAL SCORE REPORT (PSAT, SAT or ACT) TO COMPARE TO AN OFFICIAL COMPARABLE EXAM SCORE REPORT FOLLOWING PARTICIPATION IN THE PROGRAM TO MEASURE RESULTS.