Academic and Prep Courses

Available Courses

SAT Prep - Winter 2018

SAT prep Course for the Winter SAT Tests

on 4/9/2019 (SJV Students Only) and/or 5/4/2019 (for everyone)

VERBAL DATES-------------- MATH DATES

Mon 2/11/19--------------- Wed 2/13/19

TUES 2/19/19--------------Wed 2/20/19

Mon 2/25/19---------------- Wed 2/27/19

Mon 3/4/19----------------- Wed 3/6/19

Mon 3/11/19---------------- Wed 3/13/19

TUES 3/19/19-------------- Wed 3/20/19

Mon 3/25/19---------------- Wed 3/27/19

Math Instructor: Ms. Judy Smith

Verbal Instructor: Mrs. Marianne Cammarata

Times: 3:00pm to 5:00 pm or 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Please note that registering for this class does not register you for the college board SAT Test…you must go to CollegeBoards.org to register for the tests.

To Register for both the Verbal and Math sections - CLICK HERE
To Register for the Verbal section - CLICK HERE
To Register for the Math Section - CLICK HERE


SAT Prep - Spring 2019

SAT Prep Course for the Spring 2019 SAT Test to be given on Saturday, June 1, 2019

VERBAL DATES-------------- MATH DATES

Mon 4/8/19 ------------------ Wed 4/10/18

Mon 4/15/19 ----------------- Wed 4/17/18

No classes week of 4/22/19 due to Easter break

Mon 4/29/19 ----------------- Wed 5/1/19

Mon 5/6/19 ------------------ Wed 5/8/19

Mon 5/13/19 ----------------- Wed 5/15/19

Mon 5/20/19 ----------------- Wed 5/22/19

TUES 5/28/19 --------------- THURS 5/30/19

Math Instructor: Ms. Judy Smith

Verbal Instructor: Mrs. Marianne Cammarata

Times: 3:00 pm to 5 pm OR 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Please note that registering for this class does not register you for the college board SAT Test…you must go to CollegeBoards.org to register for the tests.

To Register for both the Verbal and Math sections - CLICK HERE
To Register for the Verbal section - CLICK HERE
To Register for the Math Section - CLICK HERE

High School Placement Test Prep

High School Placement Test Prep Course

The High School Placement Test, or HSPT, is given to eighth-graders seeking admission to specific Catholic high schools. Schools use exam results to make admissions decisions, to place applicants, and to determine scholarship awards.

The standard HSPT lasts approximately two and a half hours and contains 298 multiple-choice questions divided into five sections—Verbal, Quantitative, Reading, Mathematics, and Language Skills.

This course is geared toward preparing students for the High School Placement Test, the standardized test used to assist with admissions and curriculum placement in the Catholic High Schools of the Diocese of Trenton.