Academics

A Note for Form III

Your first year of high school is an exciting time. In this year, you will need to adjust to new expectations, more difficult classes, and a larger array of activities and opportunities. Working hard in your classes and doing as well as possible is your most important task, but it is also important to begin to be involved with the clubs, organizations, and sports that seem interesting to you. Discovering meaningful ways to spend your free time, whether at school or away from school, should be a goal. Right now, high school should be your focus, not college. If you truly commit yourself to your classes and your school, if you challenge yourself and get involved, if you make the most out of every opportunity in front of you, you will have a wonderful St. Albans experience AND you will find yourself well prepared for the next step (still a long way off) -- college.

Looking Ahead: Some Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions - Standardized Testing

SAT/ACT Timeline

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