Why enroll in Fall Extension?
The H3 Fall Extension is an opportunity for students to bridge the gap between the summer program and the SAT and ACT dates in the fall. Most of Hamilton’s perfect scores are earned on the October tests after just a bit more time working to hone and master skills. This program is offered to H3 students wishing to continue preparing with targeted guidance from expert teachers.
Because of this unique approach, 162 Hamilton students have earned perfect SAT or ACT scores in the past few years, including 35 perfect ACT scores in 2019. A perfect ACT is obtained by only one-tenth of 1% of test-takers across the country. More than 250 Hamilton students scored in the top 1% on either the SAT or ACT, and the vast majority of summer students made significant gains, taking a vital step toward admission to the college of their choice. No other company – in the nation or in the world – has achieved anything like these results in the last year.
Schedule & Class Structure
Students will take a weekly practice test whenever works best for their schedules. Online proctored testing will be offered on Tuesdays and Fridays at 3:30 pm, or students can self administer the test throughout the week. Students will attend weekly online seminars on Friday afternoons, OR Saturday mornings, OR Saturday afternoons; these will cover critical reading, writing, math, and science (on ACT weeks). During the weeks of official tests, there will be no practice test and students will attend review sessions on Wednesdays or Thursdays instead of the weekly seminar.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we hold all of our consultations, classes and tutoring sessions online via Zoom. Thereby, we are able to provide assistance to students wherever they may be.
It All Starts with a Consultation
Because classes at Hamilton are not “one-size-fits-all,” we request that students and families interested in our courses or services schedule a complimentary 45-minute initial counseling session. There is no charge for this session, and absolutely no pressure to sign up for classes or services.
The initial counseling appointment lets us meet students and learn about their individual academic lives and learning styles. It also helps all of us – students, parents, and Hamilton Education – begin long-term planning to help students reach their goals.