Privacy Policy
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Privacy Policy

The, Inc. Web Site and Company Privacy Policy, Inc. considers your personal information to be your private property.  We are committed to protecting your privacy.

What Information is Collected

In general when you sign up to become an Acadamia customer, you must provide us with personal information.  By personal information, we mean such data as your name, address, telephone numbers, credit card information and in some cases social security numbers, date of births, and grade levels for your children.  On our part, we will hold this information in confidence.  We will reveal only if we are legally required to do so or if you specifically request and approve the release of the information.

How the Collected Information is Used

Any information that we collect from you either in person or on this site will be used to:

  • Place in requested class and to provide information when needed (ie ACT test results).
  • Prepare and submit state or district forms necessary to initiate the contract (for K-12 students).

Information Sharing Policy, Inc. maintains a policy of NOT sharing any data collected either on the web site or in person with anyone outside of, Inc.  The only exception to this policy occurs when we are legally required to reveal such information or when you specifically request and approve that the information be released.

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My first daughter in 2013 took your group ACT class (Rochester, MI) and went from an ACT 27 to ACT of 30. My second daughter took your class  in 2014, her first ACT test was a 26 ,the next ACT test was a 30 also. Both the girls said going to the classes made all the difference. The instructors were very helpful, the techniques that where taught,the skill of timing and the concepts of test taking  helped them get a great ACT score and also improved their High school exam scores as a bonus.
          Thank you,  A.M.

∼ Mother of 2 daughters from Stoney Creek HS who enrolled in Acadamia's ACT Prep Class. Most recent daughter took the ACT exam on March 4, 2014