2020–2021 ACT Quick Review

Due to public health concerns, ALL 2020-2021 test prep sessions will be taught via synchronous Zoom and utilize Google Classroom. Students are expected to attend during class hours and have camera on to participate fully in class.

Fall Quick Review - $60

All classes are 6:30-8:30 pm on ZOOM
(timed for the September 22nd test – seniors ONLY)

  • Thursday, August 20th
  • Thursday, August 27th
  • Thursday, September 3rd
  • Thursday, September 10th
  • Thursday, September 17th

Register by: August 12th, 2020 – maximum 60 students
Pay by: August 14th to avoid the late fee

Quick Workshop Information

All classes are 6:30-8:30 pm on ZOOM except as noted
(timed for the April 17th national test and the April 6th LPS all juniors test)

  • Monday, January 25th
  • Monday, February 1st
  • Monday, February 8th
  • Monday, February 15th
  • Monday, February 22nd
  • Monday, March 1st
  • Monday, March 15th
  • Monday, March 22nd
  • *Saturday, March 27th, 8:00 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.

Register by: January 15th, 2021
Pay by: January 20th to avoid the late fee

*Saturday class is an optional full practice test that will be completed independently. Time listed is a suggestion.

Testing Registration and Dates

National Test Registration Information

Registering for an LPS workshop DOES NOT register your student for the national test. You MUST register separately for the national test!

ACT National Test Dates

Register online at ACT.ORG or by mail using a registration booklet from your school’s counseling office

LPS ACT Test - Reschedule Date - September 22nd, 2020

Juniors in Spring 2020 who missed their ACT exam due to COVID-19 will be taking the ACT exam on September 22nd at NO COST.

These test scores may be used for college admission and scholarship applications. Each high school will register its juniors for this test. DOES NOT INCLUDE WRITING TEST.

Optional ACT Writing Test

National ACT test only: If a college requires the writing test, your student must register and pay for this optional test when registering for the ACT test.


For more information, including fee schedule and information for parents of students with IEPs about applying for testing accommodations: