Closing the Test Preparation Gap. 

Higher scores translate to more success in college admissions, and greater educational equity for students who might not otherwise have access to formal preparation. In collaboration with our partner schools, we’ve succeeded in helping students gain the Test Confidence™ they need to raise their score.

Program Results

Our programs help students significantly increase their SAT score–a big leg up during college admissions.
104 point avg SAT score increases

104 point avg SAT score increases

A combination of stronger academic skills, deeper college knowledge, and greater motivation results in significant score increases.

2x increases in college readiness

2x increases in college readiness

Students who finish our program are twice as likely to meet or exceed the the College Board’s college readiness benchmarks in both math and reading & writing.

48% more likely to enroll in college

48% more likely to enroll in college

Increasing SAT or ACT scores is often the fastest way to boost students’ prospects during college admissions.

Increased confidence

Increased confidence

Four out of five CollegeSpring students say they are more prepared for the SAT and confident they can get into college.

Meaningful Gains

Due to inequities in test preparation, students from low-income backgrounds often earn lower SAT scores than their peers from higher-income backgrounds. The score gains students make after completing CollegeSpring make up for a significant proportion of this score gap.

Increasing College Readiness

Students who complete our program are over twice as likely as their peers to meet the College Board’s score benchmarks for college readiness in Math, and nearly as likely to meet Reading benchmarks. Students also say they are more confident in their desire to attend college. In addition, four out of five CollegeSpring students say they are more prepared for the SAT or ACT and confident they can get into college.

Student Demographics

84% of CollegeSpring students are from low-income households

84% of CollegeSpring students are from low-income households

73% of CollegeSpring students would be the first in their family to attend college.

73% of CollegeSpring students would be the first in their family to attend college.

47% of CollegeSpring students speak English as a second language.

47% of CollegeSpring students speak English as a second language.