Superintendent Luna kicks off statewide tour for college entrance exams at Capital High School
Idaho Superintendent of Public Instruction, Tom Luna, is traveling today for Idaho SAT School Day, an opportunity for public school juniors to get on the road to college while also fulfilling a state graduation requirement.
The College Board, Idaho State Department of Education and Roadtrip Nation are partnering to empower high school juniors to map their own journeys beyond high school. This event will kick off the statewide tour with an introduction from Tom Luna, Superintendent of Public Instruction.
During the months of March and April, Roadtrip Nation’s Roadies and their Green RV will tour high schools across Idaho, bringing awareness and excitement to students about the path to postsecondary education and how the SAT or ACCUPLACER can open doors to their future.
The Idaho State Department of Education selected the College Board, which manages the SAT and ACCUPLACER tests, for this initiative because of its comprehensive tools for teachers and students, including free access to the Official SAT Online Course to help prepare students for Idaho SAT School Day.
Students can register for Idaho SAT School Day online at http://sat.org/