2020–2021 SAT/PSAT Workshop

Due to low enrollment, this course will not be offered in the Fall of 2020.

PSAT/SAT 2019 Workshop

All classes 6:30-8:30 pm except as noted
(timed for the October 12th SAT and October 19th PSAT tests)

To be considered for National Merit Scholarships, a junior must take the PSAT. The student MUST register for the PSAT through the schools’ counseling offices; no online registration for the test is available. Registration for the prep workshop is at the link located at the top of this page.

  • Thursday, August 22nd
  • Thursday, August 29th
  • Thursday, September 5th
  • Thursday, September 12th
  • Thursday, September 19th
  • Thursday, September 26th
  • Thursday, October 3rd
  • Thursday, October 10th
  • Saturday, October 12th from 8:00 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.

Register by: August 15th, 2019 – maximum 30 students
Pay by: August 20th to avoid the late fee

Students should plan to attend all classes in a workshop. If a student cannot attend an evening, no makeup class will be offered. When possible, homework for self-study will be provided.

All class schedules are subject to minor change: Occasionally, we must change the date for a single class due to unforeseen scheduling conflicts or a weather cancellation. If this occurs, we will email the parents of all students registered for a workshop.

Testing Registration and Dates

SAT National Test Dates

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

PSAT Test Date

October 19th: To be considered for National Merit Scholarships, a junior must take the PSAT. Students MUST register through the schools’ counseling offices; no online PSAT test registration is available.

There is an alternate date of Wednesday, October 30, only available to students in situations where the student is involved in an LPS-sponsored activity on the morning of Saturday, October 19, or for a student who may have a religious reason that they cannot test on Saturday.

The student cost of the PSAT is $25 — students who qualify for free or reduced-price meals should see their school counselor about a fee waiver.


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

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