Learning Resource Center’s ACT Preparation Courses provides an efficient and effective 23-hour course designed to help students achieve their best possible score on the ACT.
This course provides:
Small classes with highly trained teachers;
Problem-solving strategies for analyzing and answering ACT questions;
Practice taking ACT tests;
Emphasis on test-taking techniques and strategies specific to the ACT that help build confidence and reduce test anxiety.
This course is offered three times per year (fall, spring, and summer) at The Learning Resource Center.
The class covers Math/Science, English/Reading, and Writing, and includes the ACT book.
This successful summer program prepares rising and repeating kindergartners for academic success. Through hands-on, experiential learning centers, students experience learning that is FUN! With art, music and movement, cooking, and reading readiness centers, Camp READY! builds pre-reading skills while also providing a safety net to allow children more time to continue motor, social and cognitive development. On average, LRC’s Camp READY! students demonstrate growth of seven months from pre- to post-assessment.
College Success Planning provides study skills and motivational strategies to prepare students in grades 9-12 to become more effective learners. Students learn and practice time-tested, effective, and efficient study strategies, as well as concrete techniques to get the competetive edge necessary for high school and college. The course offers small classes with activity-oriented lessons to help students learn and practice these study habits of successful students.
Building Memory and Test-Taking Skills
Planning for Success
Reading and Note-Taking with a Purpose
Making Successful Transitions
...And Other Essential Study Skills
Classes meet for one week during July.
The Learning Resource Center’s One-to-One Tutoring Program is designed to meet each student’s individual academic needs based upon his/her learning styles and ability levels.
PEP Summer Camps for Kids features three separate camps, including a science camp with a field trip to Circle B Bar Reserve, a math camp, and a sports & fitness camp. All camps will offer a math and reading component.