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Update: We have temporarily cancelled most library programming through the end of this year. We will keep you updated going forward on when we can resume our normal programming schedule.
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Revolution Prep has some great free opportunities for Mamaroneck students to participate in a live online ACT and/or SAT practice test and free webinars touching on many subjects of interest to high school students and their parents.
Registration is limited so register early to secure your spot.
Upcoming Free Practice Tests:
All tests are retired tests from the manufacturers. Students score immediately and immediately receive a free comprehensive score report. An optional free score report review with one of our experts is also available.
Each test will last approximately 4 hours.
Bit by Bit is a conference for high school girls, devoted to bringing together girls interested in computer science. Why? We believe that by gathering successful women with experiences to share, we can ensure that the female coders, entrepreneurs, and leaders of the future are prepared in an industry in which women are underrepresented.
Join us at our digital conference, premiering on May 23rd, 2020, to hear from our inspiring keynote speakers: Anne Aaron, Director of Encoding Technologies at Netflix, and Rana el Kaliouby, Co-founder and CEO of Affectiva.
To learn more, and register, click here.
NO SEWING EXPERIENCE REQUIRED!
Given the uncertain nature of the summer and fall, avenues for participating in traditional extracurricular activities, e.g. camp jobs, travel experiences, school clubs, and sports, may not happen as they normally do. What will your child do during this time?
It is also more important than ever for students to find a way to showcase their passion projects, talents, achievements, and more. How can students best capture their newfound love of baking, or making stickers and selling them on Etsy, or creating an online peer tutoring service? Are they making masks, delivering food, raising money for charity, or helping family or friends?
Join me and Anne Sullivan of LifeStream Digital Innovations®, as we show how students can effectively capture their most important moments and easily demonstrate their unique experience and accomplishments to showcase who they are and what they can do.
Tackling the college admissions and application process with your children can feel daunting, stressful, and anxiety-provoking. It can even be combative! Rest assured, you’re not alone.
Hear from a panel of Westchester County parents as they discuss how they navigated the process with their children and came out the other side with each of their children committing to highly selective colleges. Topics discussed include: what they wish they knew before they started, minimizing stress, biggest obstacles/what to look out for, where to compromise, timeline and deadlines, the “sweet spot” for supporting without overstepping, supporting their children’s ultimate choice, and reaching the finish line!
Can’t visit colleges this summer? No worries – Applerouth is bringing the colleges to you! Join us as we embark on a Virtual College Road Trip! There are five stops in all, giving you a chance to get the inside scoop on more than two dozen colleges without ever leaving the comfort of home.
Tomorrow is our third stop: STEM majors. Students majoring in fields ranking from Neuroscience to Environmental Science to Mechanical Engineering at schools like St Louis U, Rice, St. Edwards, Bowdoin, Allegheny, and GWU will share the realities of juggling a STEM major with extra curricular engagement and campus fun.
Secure your spot here.