Created in 2006, PROJECT 2400 is a strategic partnership between the Cobb Chamber of Commerce and the Cobb County School District to help enhance our students' SAT scores, which is now based on a score of 2400.
Cobb County and Marietta City schools fare well compared to other systems in the U.S. and Georgia. However, many students lag behind or miss out on an opportunity to attend their college of choice due to low test scores.
The Cobb Chamber helps fund Project 2400 to provide an SAT preparation course for students in their junior year of high school.
2010 Project 2400 Results
l 348/408 students (85 percent) took Diagnostic 1 and the Actual SAT Test in May or June
l 335/348 students (96 percent) scored higher on the Actual SAT than Diagnostic 1 by 10 to 810 points
l Average change in score was 217 points
l Median change in score was 220 points
l Average score on the Actual Test was 1530
l Median score on the Actual test was 1510
2009 Project 2400 Results
l Of the 474 students who took both the first diagnostic test and the SAT (represents 63 percent of the 751 Project 2400 students) 90 percent (425/474) scored higher on their SAT by 10 to 50 points.
l The average score change from the first diagnostic test to the SAT was 166 points.
l The median score change was 170 points.
l The average SAT score was 1517.
l The median SAT score was 1500.
2008 Project 2400 Results
l Of the 514 students who took both the first diagnostic test and the SAT (represents 84 percent of the 615 Project 2400 students) 90 percent (462/514) scored higher on their SAT by 10 to 610 points.
l Of the 514 students who took both the first diagnostic test and the SAT 68 percent (349/514) attended a majority of the classes.
l The average score change from the first diagnostic test to the SAT was 157 points.
l The median score change was 160 points.
l The average SAT score was 1493.
l The median SAT score was 1490.
PROJECT 2400 has received and got excellent reviews from our educators and students.
“Any increase is great and Project 2400 clearly made a difference,” says Leigh Colburn, principal of Marietta High School.
"I think the most beneficial part of the class was taking the practice tests, because familiarity with the questions makes a huge difference on test day. This class made a huge difference, and will hopefully give me that step up in the college admissions process." says Kristina Sick, Pope High School
To learn more about this program or sponsoring a student, contact Sheri Brante at (770) 426-3390 or email@example.com.
To recieve more information about signing a student up for Project 2400 please contact Rob Benson with Cobb County Schools at 770-426-3394.