The Race to 36
Scholarship, Leadership, Learning, Life
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Race to 36 is about more than ACT prep, and families you can play an important role. The RT36 experience best prepares your teen, athlete, and adolescent to connect, create, and thrive, in the competitive college admissions and college scholarship landscape.
Our services begin as early as middle school through high school.
The RT36 approach is based on the successful work of schools, education pioneers, and community leaders, combined into a first of its kind approach to a successful pattern of successful life habits.
The Race To 36 Program includes:
- 24 hours of ACT Prep (5 weeks)
- 5 consecutive Saturdays, or
- after school (4:30PM to 5:30PM) on the RT36 campus at Knowledge Academies, Inc
- 4 hours financial literacy development, for college (KA College Department and Penn Mutual Partnership)
- 4 hours digital and social media leadership, for teens (KA College Department and Lovebug Marketing)
- 4 hours college connections and tours, for families (In Full Motion Partnership)
- Qualify for National Summer College Tour
- Optional Program Offerings
- Access to Pre-College Bundle (Designed Exclusively by Dr. Trina Coleman, Ph.D.)
- Access to specialized academic and small group tutoring rate.
Our quality of services provided is guaranteed.
Together, the RT36 team will help empower your child’s journey towards purpose, passion, and service.
The RT36 membership fee also includes one month trial membership to the KA Connect Center.
- Free Family Portraits (2 per year)
- Access to Reserve Main Event Space, Computer Lab, and Gymnasium (750 seat capacity)
- Access to KA Connect Center Scholarships (youth through adult)
- 15% Clothing and Apparel at www.kafamilies.org.
5 Week Session
- 1 payment of $60.00
- 5 weekly payments of $12.00
- 3 monthly payments of $60.00
- 4 monthly payments of $150.00
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