2010 ACT Scores: Tate, Jay Increase; NHS Decreases

October 31, 2010


Tate and Jay high schools’ 2009-10 ACT scores showed an increase when compare to last year, while results at Northview High School generally showed a slight decline.

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According to information released by the College Board, nearly 10 percent more Florida students took the SAT this year, almost five times the national increase, and experienced a one-point increase in the mean scores across all SAT subsections.

At Tate High School, subsection scores in reading and science and the composite score all increased a full point or more. At Jay High School, subsection scores in English, reading and science and the composite score all increased by one point or greater. At Northview, there was a slight increase in the math subsection score.

Pictured: The graphic above shows the 2010 ACT scores for schools in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties. Scores for 2009 have also been included for Tate, Northview and Jay high schools. Click to enlarge.

Comments

2 Responses to “2010 ACT Scores: Tate, Jay Increase; NHS Decreases”

  1. DJ Sheffield on November 1st, 2010 9:27 pm

    KUDOS to Jay and the teachers and staff…..keep up the good work!

  2. Anonymous on October 31st, 2010 11:16 am

    gulf breeze had a 23.5 . . nice.





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