Khan Academy and SAT Partnership

  • Khan Academy partnered with College Board, the makers of the SAT, to create Official SAT Practice. The content is aligned to the skills students will need for the SAT and similar to what they will see on test day.
  • Studying for the SAT for 20 hours on Khan Academy’s free Official SAT Practice is associated with an average score gain of 115 points. That’s nearly double the average score gain compared to students who don’t use our free test prep.
  • Once you’ve created your Khan Academy parent and student accounts and your student’s College Board account, you’ll also have access to valuable test prep material for the SAT, one of the two major college admissions exams.(The lessons your student learns may also help your student in his/her regular classes.)

Day to Day Homework Help for students of all ages K-12! 

The Khan Academy offers FREE short online lessons on almost any topic in English, math, science, and social studies for students, teachers, and parents.   These lessons are broken down by grade level K-12, subject, and even specific concepts within subjects.

Khan Academy is a great way for your child to get help with what they’re learning in school or to learn something completely new.

To get started, go to the Khan Academy website https://www.khanacademy.org  and create an account for you and your student. (NOTE: all sophomore and juniors have an account already)

How do you know exactly what lessons your student should take? 

  • The Khan Academy offers online quizzes to help pinpoint exactly which concepts are baffling your student. It then directs your student to online lessons and practice exercises designed to help your student (and you!) gain a full understanding of the concept.