The College Board develops the SAT I, SAT II and the AP exams as well as the PSAT/NMSQT (the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test) all of which are administered by the Educational Testing Service (ETS), the College Board’s parent company.
The ACT produces the ACT entrance examination, accepted on equal par with the SAT at a growing number of institutions of higher learning.
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Among American colleges and universities two stand out in their institutional integrity and valorous commitment to American values and liberty and we hold them up as worthy of special honor and recognition.
Hillsdale College, founded in Hillsdale, Michigan, in 1844 is one of the first colleges, if not the first, to prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex and race as part of the school’s very charter. Inculcating a strong love of liberty, the college sacrificed more of her students to the cause of freedom in our civil war than any other institution save West Point. To this day they refuse to discriminate on the basis of sex or race and because of this principled stand must function without the government funds that suffuse 85% of all other institutions of higher education in America, while providing, in our opinion, the finest classical liberal education available.
Grove City College shares Hillsdale’s conviction in support of independence, doing so as a conspicuously Christian institution. We recommend her highly for educating Americans desiring to attain character and conviction.