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KAFLA-Wilshire Bank to offer free SAT prep classes
The Korean American Federation of Los Angeles (KAFLA) and Wilshire Bank will offer a free winter vacation study program for high school students.
KAFLA president Bae Moo-han and Wishire Bank CEO Yoo Jae Whan recently announced that they will work together to offer English and mathematics classes specially designed for 10th graders preparing to take Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT).
Bae said the purpose of the program is to help the development of future leaders of the Korean American community. “Courses will be taught by quality instructors to bring out maximum results in the shortest amount of time,” he added.
Yoo also said that Wilshire Bank is proud to participate in such a meaningful program and is hoping for a great turnout.
The free winter vacation study program will start with an orientation and a sample test on Saturday, December 21, at the grand conference room in KAFLA building. English and mathematics classes will be offered for four hours from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every other day, except for weekends and holidays.
However, the number of participants will be limited to the first 50 individuals to sign up and a material fee of $70 will apply per student. The material fee is subject to be waived depending on the student’s household income.
For more information, call KAFLA (323) 732-0700.