SAT Prep Class
Archbishop Murphy High School’s SAT Prep Class is designed to prepare students for the SAT test. The class is divided into two subjects: Math and English. Students may take one subject or both.
Students who take the SAT test will find this class invaluable. As a result of this class, students will:
- Learn to identify test questions by type
- Learn multiple strategies for different types of questions and learn when to use them
- Learn overall test taking strategies that will optimize their score
SUMMER PREP COURSE
The Summer SAT Prep class will run daily in August. Throughout the ten sessions, instructors will review content and test-taking strategies for the SAT test. This course is ideal for upcoming Juniors.
AMHS hosts the SAT test on campus in October, November, March, and May. Students are strongly encouraged to sign up early.
MEET THE INSTRUCTORS
Cortney Wyatt came to Archbishop Murphy in 2005. She teaches Pre-Calculus Honors, Algebra/Trig Honors and AP Statistics.
Matt Wright, English Department Chair, came to Archbishop Murphy in 2002. Matt teaches English 9, English 11 Honors, English 12 and English 12 Honors.
Beth Mock joined Archbishop Murphy High School in 2001. Beth received her B.A.E. from Western Washington University, earned her M.Ed at Seattle Pacific University and taught math at Issaquah High School for 9 years.
Lisa Latta joined Archbishop Murphy High School in 2012. Lisa received her B.A. from John Carroll University, earned her M.Ed at Seattle University and taught math at St. Mary Magdelen for 6 years. Lisa is the AMHS Math Department chair.