Leaders say the weekly courses are free and students even qualify to take the test for free, if they meet the qualifications.
Planners say they want to help students do well on the test to get into college.
"We see at least 70 percent of the students have a score increase. At our last evaluation, we were able to measure that and we continually try to make the course better all the time," said planner Susej Thompson of the county's youth services department.
For more information on the requirements -- go to the group's website.