NYA’s utmost aims are to help the students in high poverty, low performing areas with their academic and social enrichment, and also encourage and award their educators.

We Offer Free SAT Course at PCSST

New York Academy (NYA) is offering free SAT course at the Paterson Charter School for Science and Technology (PCSST) for its students as part of the Academic & Social Enrichment Program. Classes are held every Saturday and will continue for 3 months.

This free SAT course provides students with the knowledge needed to improve scores on the SAT exam. During the course, students will understand the purpose, framework, scoring, and basic exam strategies of the SAT. Students will also review section-specific skills and learn strategies to attack question types. Practice and review are incorporated into each course session to strengthen students’ application of skills and strategies to the exam.

NYA, with this free-of-charge program, aims to contribute to the academic and social enrichment of the students.

NYA is thankful to Costco Wholesale for its financial contribution to the Academic & Social Enrichment Program.

Program Details:
Time: Every Saturday between 9:30am – 12:30pm
Program Length: 3 months
Instructor: Maisha Philips

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