Please continue to reference this page for all COVID-19 information and updates from Brother Martin High School. Our prayers are with all of our families.
Our Guidance Office has provided some very important resources and articles for our Brother Martin students, parents, faculty, staff, and community members to utilize during this Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. All resources are categorized for your convenience.
Counselors will continue to post new information to Grade Level Pages. Please check back often.
ACT Response to COVID-19: ACT will be emailing all students who are registered for the April test date. Students will have the option to reschedule for the June test or a future test date. ACT is also offering a multitude of online resources for students to continue their test prep. For more information please visit their website.
ACT to Offer Summer Test Date Options and ACT Test online at home:
If CDC guidelines allow for it, ACT will test in June and July and will offer makeup dates for those tests that were cancelled due to the pandemic. Also, ACT has announced that they will launch an at-home online test option in the Fall of 2020. For more information, please visit this link.
College Board’s Response to COVID-19 (SAT/AP testing):
The May 2nd SAT and SAT Subject test has been canceled. College Board will offer additional test dates in the future to make up for any canceled test dates (click this link for more information). They will continue to offer free test prep in partnership with Khan Academy (click this link for more information).
Standardized Test Preparation:
The Princeton Review is offering a discount code for our students who would like to enroll in their courses. These discounts are valid until April 30th! To see the courses that they offer, please click this link.
Save 25%* off ACT 31+, SAT 1400+ & SAT 1500+ with code: Summer2020
Save 20%* off ACT &/or SAT Ultimate, Self-Paced, Self-Paced Plus, & Private Tutoring with code: SE20
Follow along to our daily prayer each morning, read by our student ministers, on our Brother Martin social media accounts.