STISD Continues to Outperform Others in College Entrance Exam Performance

STISD Continues to Outperform Others in College Entrance Exam Performance
Posted on 12/13/2017
This is the image for the news article titled STISD Continues to Outperform Others in College Entrance Exam PerformanceSTISD students continue to outperform others on the state and national level when it comes to college entrance exam scores. STISD deputy superintendent Jeff Hembree provided the College Entrance Test Multiple Year Trend Report to the STISD Board of Directors as part of the Nov. 28 board meeting agenda.

With a mean Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) score of 1114, the STISD Class of 2017 scored higher than the state and national numbers of 1019 and 1060, respectively. The mean score also improved 78 points from the previous year. Averaging 22.8 on the American College Test (ACT), the class average also surpassed those at the state and national level – 20.7 and 21.0, respectively.

The district and campus goal related to College Entrance Tests is for 50 percent of graduates to have an SAT combined reading and mathematics score of 1110 or higher or an ACT composite score of 24 or higher.

The same trends can be seen throughout the 15 years reflected in the report.

Click here for a more detailed College Entrance Test Multiple Year Trend Report.