How broken ACT commitment impacts the Class ‘21

Edmond Santa Fe High School senior LaBraia Owens is determined to stick to her college-andcareer plan, even in the face of a deadly pandemic that has changed everything.

“I just have that ambitious personality,” Owens said. “It makes me work harder and problem solve all the things we have to face.”

Among the things COVID-19 upended were her game plan for touring college campuses and for taking the ACT college admissions test.

Owens, who describes herself as a “B” student, wants to attend college in Texas or California. That will require academic scholarships that are awarded in part on a high ACT score, she said.

 

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