Rise in SAT and ACT Scores--Hard Work Pays Off

ECP athletes didn't confine all their hard work to the  football field last season. They worked hard in the classroom as well. Out of 18 ECP players who were not eligible for Division I, IAA or II by NCAA academic standards when they came here, 17 of them raised their scores enough to become eligible by season's end.  That's quite an accomplishment.

Average SAT scores (reading/math) rose by a phenomenal 117 points. ACT scores rose in similar fashion by 2.8.

Those SAT prep classes really paid off.