... Increasing students' scores in the Montgomery area since 1996!
20% Discount for returning students
Next BootCamp: July 12-16, 2021
$300 for 40 hours of testing and instruction!
Students take 3 full-length practice tests!
I am also available for private tutoring throughout the year:
1 Student = $50 per hour*
2 Students = $30 each per hour
3 Students = $25 each per hour
Save money and bring your friends!
A two-hour session includes review of previous ACT tests, teaching skills applicable to personal errors, and instruction on game-plan strategies.* A three-hour session includes the above, plus one math, one science, or one English/Reading practice test with review of errors. Two three-hour sessions include the above and a full-length practice test as homework to review in the second session.
* First two-hour session is a personalized review for 1 student, and the 20% discount for returning students only applies to personalized sessions @ $40 per hour.
Contact me for more information or to schedule a session.
Boot Camps include practice tests, review handouts, and instruction for less than $7 per hour per student!
All returning students save 20%!
Students take Lee's classes 2 or 3 years in a row increasing their scores gradually as they gain maturity and improve subject skills in school.
Lee Gonet has perfected her unique method of test preparation while working with students over the past 23 years. After receiving general instruction and a review of necessary skills, students take practice tests, then individually rework missed problems, and finally analyze error types in group settings. This process has improved students’ scores dramatically because:
1. They recognize foundational skills which they either missed or are not applying.
2. They identify repeated mistakes made through habitual errors.
3. They discover what they could make if time constraints were not an issue.
4. They are encouraged by gradual increases, gaining confidence.
5. They become more relaxed and less anxious about the test.
Start test-prep while still a Freshman or Sophomore. Students who are Juniors or Seniors always regret waiting, and magnet schools begin when students are still in middle school.
"Your class has given him the motivation and the jump start he needed, as well as a plan of action for how to handle section prep, practice exams and corrections. Meaning, you provided a battle plan and I can't thank you enough." -Parent, LAMP
"Your class was fantastic. Thank you for the great tips and tricks, I was able to improve my test score by 20% and received an awesome college scholarship!" –Student, Homeschool
“I just wanted to say thank you for all your help during your classes. I got my scores back, and I got the magic number 30! I was so excited I almost started crying. Thanks to your help I do not have to worry about taking the ACT my senior year.” –Student, Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School
“Our daughter upped her score 8 points and earned 100% of the scholarships she needed. I can't thank you enough. The money we saved as a result of the scholarship which was awarded for ACT/Academics will be used for graduate studies.” –Parent, Saint James
“I’ve never seen my daughter work so hard! You made her believe in herself. Thank you so much.”
“Thank you so much for all the tips and techniques you bestowed upon me for taking the ACT!
I made a 31, upping my score by 10 points! Thank you for all your help in getting me to my goal!!"
–Student, Saint James
"We want to thank you again for all the help you provided for our daughter in your ACT class. We got her test results yesterday and her composite rose 7 points! We were so pleased!!! Your class was invaluable to her. I hope that our youngest daughter will be able to take your class next year.
Thanks again.” - Parent, Homeschool
Lee Gonet has taught college and test preparatory classes in the Montgomery area since 1996. She and her husband of 41 years spend their time hiking, swimming, reading, listening to music, and traveling with their two grandchildren.
They established the first homeschool association in Alabama, and after teaching their own children at home, who earned degrees in Art and Electrical Engineering, Lee taught other homeschooled teens, developed curricula, and worked full-time in a classical Christian school. An admitted info junky, she loves history and has sponsored state winners at National History Day in Washington DC for many years.
Lee is currently working on a Master's Degree in Classical Christian Studies but is primarily self-taught. As a teacher or student, she loves discussions, debates, and deep inquiry which can provide a sense of ownership over one’s own education. As an avid learner, she loves challenging teenagers to excel beyond what society considers possible by teaching young people to think deeply, learn intensely, and act purposefully outside the classroom box.
Angela May is a native of Montgomery and has taught high-school level math courses since 2001. She and her husband have been married over 30 years, and outside of teaching, she loves to read, sew, study, create, and enjoy the company of her two grandsons.
As a homeschool mother of 26 years, she educated her five boys, who are all either in or already graduated from college with degrees in Accounting, Physical Therapy, Finance, Exercise Science, and Computer Science. She has also instructed other homeschooled students in a variety of subjects such as Bible, Ancient Civilizations, IEW writing, and General Science. Additionally, she taught part-time in a local classical Christian school, and also in a classical program, where she helped write curricula.
Angela is currently an instructor for Algebra I and II, as well as Geometry, which are her favorite subjects. She loves expanding her knowledge and seeking new ways to teach her students. While she doesn't expect them to fall in love with math, she does hope to instill in her students an understanding of the material and a confidence in their work, leading to success.