Seniors Average Composite ACT over 25

2019 Seniors Average Composite ACT 25.06
Posted on 12/06/2018

St. Mary High School students continue to demonstrate high academic achievement with this year’s ACT test results. St. Mary High School Class of 2019 scored an average composite score of 25.06.  This score is over 4 points above the national average and 5 points above the state average. An impressive, 65% of St. Mary seniors met the college benchmarks in all four subject areas tested as compared to the national average of 39%.

In addition, individual subject area tests demonstrated strong academic performance across all disciplines, as a number of St. Mary seniors scored a 30 or higher in one or more of those subject areas. The ACT’s most recent data shows that students scoring above a 30 in a subject are in the 91st percentile or higher.

“We are incredibly proud of our students. We measure student success in many ways but the ACT test scores confirm the academic excellence of our students and high standards of our teachers. This is truly a K-12 system-wide success,” said St. Mary High School Principal, Doug Shelton.

St. Mary students scoring a 30 or higher in one or more subject areas: Kimberly Bosh, Claire Carrico, Reid Courtney, Caleb Dunn, Adisyn Fleming, Madeline Lorch, Dorian Record, Abbi Vannatter, Charlie West, John Wilson.

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