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We are more than just test prep. Full college and career readiness programs from The Princeton Review.

Our Mission

We help students realize (and reach!) their full potential.

Like you, we think long term—beyond success only in high school. We believe every student deserves the opportunity to go to college and we know they need specialized skills, support, and resources to achieve their goals and succeed.

Our extensive experience of partnering with schools and districts allows us to create programs best suited to each school’s goals. We help customize each program, just as we customize each student’s learning experience.

Our solutions help

Students:

  • Overcome their anxiety and self-doubt
  • Better manage their time and take responsibility for their learning
  • Improve their grades and persist through coursework
  • Raise their test scores to open doors to greater opportunities
  • Realize and reach their full potential

Administrators & Staff:

  • Level the college admissions playing field
  • Foster a college-going culture throughout the school
  • Improve school or district average ACT, SAT/PSAT, TSI, & AP test scores
  • Provide professional development
  • Present community engagement workshops as a thought leader in college admissions
  • Measure your return on investment through transparent reporting and administrative tools

Funding Options

Many school partners of The Princeton Review utilize grants from the U.S. Department of Education to fund their college readiness programs. Our staff is available for a funding consultation and may provide language which you can use in grant applications. Some funding options to consider are:

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School Administrators & Faculty: Please fill out the form to receive more information about how our partnership works.

Parents & Students: Visit our main page to learn more about test prep and tutoring services for individual students from The Princeton Review.

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