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Calling All Juniors: SAT Prep

If you are a junior at Perry Hall, you will most likely be taking the SAT on March 25. And with the SAT coming up, you are probably trying to find effective ways to study and actually remember the information. Khan Academy offers official SAT practice tests that are completely free and tailored to you based off of your PSAT scores. In order to take the test, all you have to do is make an acco…

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    PH’s New Principal: Craig Reed
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