A new non-profit is aimed at helping South Carolina's diverse students prep for the SAT's.
It's called SC Test Prep. The organization says each year 27,000 South Carolina public high school seniors take the SAT and consistently average about 40 points lower than the national averages on math and reading.
Derrick Smith started the non-profit after resigning from a seven year math teaching career.
There's a launch party on Thursday August 15th at 5:30 at the Cleveland Park Event Center in Spartanburg.