SAT Class @ HSCF 20 th year of Service 

PSAT, SAT, ACT and Jr Math Classes from 5th grade

Coming Week Homework  

Sujith Class: Jan 20th ,2019 : Test 2 Section 3


 


Important Announcement


For Students: As a rule use only pencil #2 instead of mechanical pens. Check the rules of SAT test and try to follow them.


2019 SAT Mock Test 

Feb 17th , 2019 SAT MOCK Test from 7:30 AM to 2:00 PM

Registration Fee is $30 (NON REFUNDABLE)

Only 100 Seats available. Please register in time. Cut of Date is Feb 10th.

First come First basis. No need for SAT Registration.

April 21st Mock ACT Test. Registration details will be announced latter

2018 SAT -National results

 Great news.

The national average for SAT result has been declared.

Sat  national score average  is 1068 out of 1600 
Florida state  average score is 1014 out of 1600 
So far, our kids at HSCF a total of  33 children who appeared for sat test this year, scored range
from 1340 to 1580 out of 1600.
GOOD NEWS! There are 
6  children who got 800 out 800 in math.
The national average in math  is 522 and Florida state average is 493 out of 800 
Congratulation to Students, Parents, Teachers and the community leaders who all are part of this.

2019 Registration in Progress

 

2019 Schedule


Link to Registration form 2019:

Please note all the Math Asha ji & Dr. Gokul kumar classes are in the Temple hall 
Dillon class in Board Room 
Math from 7:30 am to 9:00 am 
Asha ji and Gokul Kumar 9:30 am to 10:30 am 
Dillon 9:30 am to 2:00 pm

2019 Schedule

1) January 6th Math and Dillon English Class 
2) January 13th math and Asha ji and Dr Gokul Kumar English Class
3) January 20th Math only Followed by Sandwich making for homeless.
    Best way to earn community service hours .
   Please donate generously for this great cause. 
  As once a year fund raising for this year long sandwich making expenses for more         information call Babu Balsundram 407 334 8006
4)  January 27th Math only 

5) February 3rd Math and Dillon English Class 
6) February 10th Math and Asha ji and Dr Gokul Kumar English 
7) February 17th  - Mock Test 7:30 AM to 2:00 PM -No SAT regular class
8) February 24th Math only 

9) March 3rd Math and Dillon English Class 
10) March 10th Math and Asha ji and Dr Gokul English class (time change )
11) March 17th no class spring break 
12) March 24th Math only 
13) March 31st Math 

14) April 7th Math and Dillon English Class 
15) April 14th Math and Asha ji and Dr Gokul English Class 
16) April 21st Mock ACT Test. (No regular classes)
17) April 28th Math only 

18) May 5th Math and Asha ji and Dr Gokul Kumar Class 
19) May 12th Math and Dillon Class 
20) May 19th Math only (last session for first semester )
21) May 26th NO class 

22) June 2nd Dillon English class only 
23) June 9th 16th 23rd and 30th NO class 

24) July 7th Dillon English class only 
25) July 14th 21st and 28th NO class 

26) August 4th NO class 
27) August 11th Math followed by Saraswati Pooja 
28) August 18th Math and Dillon English class 
29) August 25th Math and Asha ji and Dr Gokul Kumar English class 

30) September 1st Math and Dillon English Class 
31) September 8th Math Asha ji and Dr Gokul Kumar English class 
32) September 15th Math only 
33) September 22nd Math only 
34) September 29th no class Navratri 

35) October 6th NO class Navratri 
36) October 13th Math and Dillon English class 
37) October 20th Math and Asha ji and Dr Gokul Kumar English Class 
38) October 27th NO class Annakut /Diwali 

39) November 3rd Math and Dillon English class (time change )
40) November 10th math and Asha ji and Dr Gokul Kumar English class 
41) November 17th Math only 
42) November 24th NO class thanksgiving 

43) December 1st Math and Dillon Class 
44) December 8th Math and Asha ji and Dr Gokul Kumar English class 
Last session of 2019 

2018 -19 School Year Saraswathi Pooja

Mock ACT Test 2018

Study Point for SAT ACT

SAT Mock Test 2018 Pictures

SAT Test Day Checklist as per College board

SAT Essay Important information

A must visit site and book mark it.
Khan Academy

Art of Problem Solving

Art of Problem Solving

Math lovers please visit this site to learn more.

New parents: Message

I want to welcome the new parents and their kids to our program.
Some of FAQ from new parents

1. How does this program works?
The kid takes a test on the 1st Saturday of each month at home. The tests are in the book.  The kids takes one test a month.
They bring the answers, book to the class and we review each questions and teach them.

2. What is the parents role?
Parents needs to make sure 
1. The kids takes the test.  (in a compassion note book in order to keep track of the test)
2. Correct them (answers are in the book)
3. score them  and monitor the progress.
4. Bring them to the class only if they have taken the test.
We will turn students away if they can not show the proof that they have taken the test.
This program works only when the students come to the class after taking the test, since we focus on teaching what they do not know and not waste their time on things they know.

3. Where to buy the book?
When you buy the book , please buy the right edition. Stores have the new edition, so you may have to buy them online.

4. What is the formula book and where can I get it?
Contact Mr. Vijay Nayyar during the Math Class only.

5. What time the classes take place?

Math class every Sunday 7:30 to 9:00 am.

English writing once a month on Sunday 9:30 to 10:30. 

English Reading Once a month on Sunday
1st period   9:30 to 11:30
2nd period   12:00 to 2:00
 

6. What can parents to do ?
This is your program and your participation is very important. Come early to set up the tables and chair. At the end of the class stay back to get the students put the tables and chairs back, 
make sure the hall is clean. We do not have paid staff to do these services. Parents can volunteer in the temple canteen, sit in the class and take notes.



 

Akshay Save -Presidential Scholar

We are very happy to announce that one of our SAT students Akshay Save is selected as 2010-11 Presidential Scholar.
This is an award given to just 131 students out of about 2.5 to 3 million students every year.
Thanks to our community leaders, who has given us the environment to help our kids succeed in their education.
So far in the last 5 years our community has produced two such scholars.

for more information about this award please visit