While Kirkwood High School doesn’t officially endorse any of these tutors or companies we are happy to provide a list of options if you are seeking ACT or SAT test preparation options. Standardized Test Prep comes in many shapes and forms and there are also discrepancies in cost, time, and expectations for each class.
The information below is aimed to provide students and families with all of the test prep options that we know about, however, these are not the only options that exist. We suggest that students aim to take a national ACT exam at the end of a test prep class or session. Please take this into consideration before signing up for a class. Test preparation usually happens within a students’ junior year of high school.
If you have any questions about test preparation please contact your college counselor.
- DARR Tutoring - Offers individual tutoring for Standarized Testing and academic courses. Pricing varies. Learn more about DARR Tutoring on their website.
- Launch - Kirkwood High School offers an online ACT Prep class. See your grade level counselor to enroll and for pricing information.
- Princeton Review - Offers individual tutoring for Standarized Testing and academic courses. Pricing varies. Learn more about the Princeton Review on their website.
- Compass Academics - Offers one-on-one, private ACT/SAT prep customized to the needs of individual students. Pricing and details available at www.compassacademics.com.
- Bob Johnson Tutoring - Offers Summer ACT Workshops. An 8 hour workshop is around $260. Learn more about Bob Johnson Tutoring through their website.
- College Preparation Station - CPSPREP offers various ACT Prep options and pricing varies. Several ACT Prep Classes are being offered. Learn more about CPSPREP on the website.
- Varsity Tutors - Offers a FREE 10 week ACT Prep Course. Learn more about Varsity Tutors ACT Prep on their website.
- ZAPS ACT Seminar - Five hours of focused strategy instruction by a trained instructor. Sessions will be February 14th & 15th from 3-5:00pm in the KHS Journalism Lecture Hall. The cost is $110 and students need to sign up through the ZAPS website.