Today is the first day of summer programs! Our summer Bicentennial program at MGH will serve 33 students and focus on college preparation and success. Our college students have chosen to focus on various Math and Science courses in preparation for their Fall semester. Our high school students will be studying for the SAT and ACCUPLACER.
“The average student’s literacy level tends to drop over the summer.” says Program Manager, Chris Baginski. “Tutors for All summer programs offer a fantastic opportunity to spring forward in math, reading, and the sciences. Four years worth of student data backs that up.”
In Summer 2012, T4A’s ACCUPLACER Preparation course led to students passing out of 35 remedial courses, saving them over $15,000 in tuition and fees.