To support the expansion of their complementary Sophomore Skills, SAT Prep, College Prep, and Free Application for Federal Student Aid (“FAFSA”) programs which help more than 1,400 disadvantaged students, grades 10 to 12, to take steps toward securing admission to college with the aid and scholarships that make attending possible. First, the Sophomore Skills program volunteers help students to build their basic math, English and test-taking skills so they can succeed in their core classes and on standardized tests, particularly the SAT test. Next, the SAT Prep program volunteers use the Kaplan curriculum to prepare high school juniors to take the SAT test. Their College Prep program volunteers help high school seniors to navigate the difficult college application process, and prepare the students to smoothly transition into college life. As part of that process, volunteers help students complete the FAFSA form.