LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Frenship Independent School District is pleased to share with students and parents an opportunity for current high school juniors to take either the SAT exam or ACT exam for free.
According to the Texas Education Agency, the TEA has contracted with ACT and The College Board (SAT) to make the tests available to juniors across the state at no cost for upcoming exam dates in the spring and summer. Funding for the initiative has been provided by the Texas Legislature in an effort to increase the efforts of students' college preparation.
The state testing dates that qualify for registration at no cost includes the SAT on May 1st and June 5th along with the ACT on June 12th.
Frenship High School is a test center for both the SAT scheduled on June 5th as well as the ACT scheduled on June 12th. Frenship invites all students to register and participate in this initiative.
To receive additional registration information as well as the necessary testing fee voucher, please contact Bonnie Stennett, Frenship's College Readiness Coordinator at 866-4440 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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