Free Events

LEAP introduces families being equipped for the college bound journey through our community service free events.

ACT-SAT Writing Test Strategies (Free Webinar)

Only a handful of schools require the optional writing portion of ACT/SAT. For those that do, it can greatly impact your chances of getting in.

Strategize this portion of the test:

-What types of prompts you should anticipate

-What the graders are looking for

-How to write a perfect "12" essay

-In what way you'll approach writing this differently than school essays

Register to attend and receive a LEAP student's PERFECT 12 ACT Essay!


Critical Deadlines on the College Bound Journey (FREE Seminar)

WHAT to do WHEN on the CollegeBound Journey!

Follow LEAP's proven timeline to have clarity, not be overwhelmed in the process and find your best fit for future flourish.

We take you from freshman year to graduation with a focus on the junior and senior years. We will let you know WHEN you should focus on:

-Grades & study habits
-College visits
-ACT/SAT testing
-Essays for applications
-How to pay for college
-Paying enrollment deposits
-Finding scholarships

Attend LIVE to ask questions or register to watch the recording later.


ACT Diagnostic Test

Identify strengths & weakness. Try an actual ACT run through. Helps plan next testing steps.

IMPORTANT: Only open to students in the classes of 2020 and 2021 who have not previously taken LEAP's ACT-SAT Prep Essentials Course or Tutoring.



Test Planning Workshop (Free Webinar)

Lack of planning ACT/SAT testing dates results in more testing attempts and more money spent.

One testing plan does not fit all. Leave with a solid, individualized plan for YOUR child's college entrance testing saving you time and money.

In Ohio (& many other states!) ALL juniors now take the ACT or SAT at school each winter. Some students should test BEFORE the state test.


Understanding College Costs (Free Seminar)

You CAN afford college. Regardless of your financial situation, LEAP will arm you with knowledge on:

-What college costs
-How aid is awarded
-The strategies for affording college