AP students participate in Mass Insight's 'Saturday Sessions'
Students in Tri-County's Advanced Placement courses attended their first test preparation session on Saturday, December 10, as part of the Mass Insight for Education program.
The Saturday session covered Computer Science Principles, Calculus, and Statistics. Tri-County teachers Emily Halloway and Kim Zogalis accompanied their students at the sessions, which took place from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Grafton High School.
Tri-County joined Mass Insight’s AP STEM and English Program at the beginning of the 2016-2017 school year. The program aligns with the vocational technical school’s goal of ensuring students are both college- and career-ready upon graduation. Tri-County currently offers six Advanced Placement courses and three Pre-Advanced Placement courses with plans for additional courses in the future.
Through Tri-County’s participation in the Mass Insight program, students have the opportunity to attend what have been dubbed “Saturday Sessions”. These study sessions will better prepare students for the AP exams by providing added instruction time and practice tests.