On April 5, 2017, juniors will participate in SAT School Day. SAT School Day provides students the opportunity to take the SAT during school, rather than on a Saturday. Fayetteville Public Schools has partnered with The College Board to become the first school district in Arkansas to provide the SAT to students at no cost.
"SAT School Day is an investment in our students," said Dr. Steven
Weber, Associate Superintendent for Teaching and Learning. "We want
each student to have data that supports the important decisions they are
making regarding the next steps in their life."
SAT School Day Benefits Include:
- Free SAT Test
- Full-Length Practice Tests
- Videos That Explain Each Problem Step by Step
- Free Online Test Prep
- Opportunities For College Scholarships and Application Fee Waivers
- A Full Report Analyzing Your Academic Strengths and Areas For Growth
Fayetteville Public Schools has a new website designed for students and families to provide information specific to the SAT School Day at https://sites.google.com/fayar.net/fhssat/home.
The site provides access to free online study guides, test prep, and resources for planning for life after high school. The site also provides additional resources for families, including frequently asked questions (FAQs) such as “Why take the SAT?” and “What Colleges or Universities Accept the SAT?”
As a reminder, the ACT will also be offered to juniors at no cost during the school day on February 28,, 2017. Fayetteville Public Schools is the first school district in Arkansas to offer the ACT and the SAT to students at no cost to students or families.