USD109 ACT Information 2023-2024

Pre-ACT - October 25 - all freshmen - RCHS front flex room

ACT Workkeys - October 26 - all juniors - RCHS front flex room

ACT - February 28, 2024 - all juniors - Central Christian Church

ACT (make up date) - March 6, 2024 - all juniors - Central Christian Church

Hey there, future scholars!

As you embark on your academic journey, let's talk about a significant milestone: the ACT. Now, I know preparing for standardized tests might not be the most thrilling thing on your to-do list, but trust me, investing time in readying yourself for the ACT can make a world of difference.

Here's the scoop: the ACT isn't just another test. It's your ticket to unlocking numerous opportunities on your educational path. Whether you're eyeing that dream college, aiming for scholarships, or simply want to showcase your academic prowess, the ACT plays a crucial role.

Think of it as a chance to showcase your skills and knowledge in various subjects. It's not just about memorizing facts; it's about demonstrating your critical thinking, problem-solving abilities, and how you apply what you've learned in school.

Preparing for the ACT isn't just about hitting the books for a few weeks before the test. It's a process that involves dedication, practice, and the right strategies. Consider it a marathon, not a sprint. Start early, understand the test format, take practice exams, identify your strengths and weaknesses, and work on improving gradually.

Remember, it's not just about the final score. It's about the journey of learning, growing, and becoming a better version of yourself academically. Plus, a good ACT score can open doors to scholarships and opportunities that might otherwise be out of reach.

So, here's the bottom line: Embrace the challenge, stay committed, and give it your best shot. Your effort today will pay off in the future, setting the stage for your academic success.

Believe in yourself, stay focused, and let your potential shine through. You've got this!