A+ in the News

On October 13, 2015, Vicent Brown, APlus CFO, spoke to  to student athletes at Rogers Herr Middle School about the importance of education, SAT/ACT , college expectations and general life’s lessons.
“Thanks Vincent for taking the time to come and impart your knowledge and wisdom to our athletes. It was very informative,  not only for the kids but also for me and the other parents in the audience. I would love for you to come regularly during the fall and spring so that we can make sure that the information you provided is shared by many. Feel free to visit our football website at www.ramsrock2015.weebly.com to see pics and a shout out to you.
Coach Laws
“All about the Kids””


HHS article

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MED Week recognizes minority business achievements in county


14139943170301413985645481The annual observance of Minority Enterprise Development Week was celebrated in Cleveland County the week of Oct. 19-25. Sponsored by the Cleveland County Business Development Center, the week of collaborative events included informative workshops, education lecture forums and community recognitions for business success, community collaboration and humanitarian efforts.

The week of events included The Women in Business Series, which was held at Cleveland Community College on Oct. 21, featuring Shuntel McRaven and Joyce Palmer, of JP Financial Group. The Theme was “Women, Wealth and Wisdom, Why Not?”

The annual Youth Enterprise Development Day was held Oct. 22 at Burns and Crest high schools. The education program focused on “College Bound in Cleveland County” and featured Sheba Lowe Brown, president of A+ Plus Higher Scores. She discussed the importance of ACT scores, scholarships and college preparation.

The 19th Annual Awards Gala on Oct. 23 recognized outstanding accomplishments and achievements in the business and minority community.

http://www.wral.com/ http://www.wral.com/a-test-prep-helps-parents-kids-understand-standardized-tests/13936732/

A+ Test Prep helps
parents, kids understand standardized tests

Sheba Lowe Brown has a message to high school students and their parents: Read, take challenging courses and don’t leave standardized test preparation until the very last moment.

The mom of four in Durham is a former long-time high school teacher turned test prep guru. She is owner of A+ Test Prep and Academic Services. Brown and her instructors travel the Triangle and state to work with high school students getting ready for the tests or to talk with parents of kids who will be taking the SAT and ACT.

“When a student says ‘I’m not a good test taker,'” said Brown, “what that says is ‘I’m not prepared.'”
Read more and watch the interview at http://www.wral.com/

Congratulations to our partners Hillside New Tech High School, Perquimans High School, & McMichael High School!   All improved their 2014  ACT scores school-wide:
  • Hillside New Tech tied Middle College HS for making the greatest point gain on the ACT composite in among Durham Public Schools and made the highest percentage improvement of all district high schools.
  • Perquimans students improved 7% to bring their composite ABOVE the minimum UNC-system requirements for ACT scores.
  • McMichael was the ONLY traditional school in Rockingham County Schools to make improvement in ACT scores.

We appreciate principals Tounya Wright, Chante Lassiter-Jordan, and Leigh Jones, and their staff, whose visions ensured that all students received preparation and assistance in taking this college-and-career readiness assessment.

Thank you STUDENTS for your hard work.   We look forward to even higher scores in 2015.  

A+ Test Prep is pleased to partner with Wake County Public School System’s Lifelong Learning/Community Schools division to offer an ACT & SAT prep courses in the Triangle.  

Spring 2014 ACT Prep will be offered through WCPSS Lifelong Learning!

Spring 2014 ACT Prep will be offered through WCPSS Lifelong Learning!