Half of high school graduates today are not academically prepared for college-level courses, and far too many require at least some remedial work in reading, writing, and/or mathematics upon entering college. Once in college, unprepared students often drop out. For these reasons, it is imperative that all young people—especially students traditionally under-represented in post-secondary education—become prepared to succeed in entry-level college coursework without remediation.
At Revolution K12, our goal is to be a partner and a mentor for a student’s entire academic career. We have a suite of products designed to help your students progress from basic core fundamentals to standardized exit exams and college prep. We offer innovative programs in Engish-Language Arts (ELA) and Mathmatics that use scaffolded instruction to propel students toward core subject proficiency and academic excellence. Once the basics are mastered, our state exit exam programs help strengthen students to not only pass these standardized exams, but achieve the higher level proficiency scores.
Revolution’s program does not end once these milestones have been met. As the leading on-campus provider of SAT and ACT test prep courses, Revolution offers multiple options for ACT and SAT exam preparation, including live-online courses, self-paced courses, and in-person classes taught on school sites.
Revolution’s comprehensive supplemental education programs complement traditional classroom-based learning to fill the unique gaps and strengthen students’ weak areas on an individualized basis, providing students the skills and confidence they need to succeed in college. Our program creates a path to success for every student.
It is a passion of our superintendents, it is a passion of mine that we should be nurturing our students all the way through education and not simply waiting until they fall down and then say "well, we can pick you back up." I think programs like the Revolution Prep program give us tools that we need to be able to pick up kids before they've fallen so far that we've lost them to drop outs or we've lost them to adult education or we've just lost them.