WCS records highest ACT composite for third consecutive year


WCS records highest ACT composite for third consecutive year

JESSICA PACE

Results released Wednesday show Williamson County Schools’ class of 2014 made a gain of 0.1 on its composite ACT score. The score is up from 23.4 last year to 23.5, making it the third consecutive year WCS has achieved its highest average score to date.

Results released Wednesday show Williamson County Schools’ class of 2014 made a gain of 0.1 on its composite ACT score. The score is up from 23.4 last year to 23.5, making it the third consecutive year WCS has achieved its highest average score to date.

The school district outscores this year’s state average of 19.3.

“I am so proud of the Class of 2014,” School Superintendent Mike Looney said in a news release. “Through its strategic plan, the school board set a goal of 24, and we are well on our way to achieving that mark.”

Brentwood High outscored the district’s eight other high schools with an average of 25.9. In addition, the highest percentage of students to meet all four benchmarks at 60 percent came from BHS.

Ravenwood High came in behind Brentwood with a composite score of 24.9, while Franklin High averaged a 24.3.

Williamson County high school ACT composite scores for the class of 2014:

Brentwood High, 25.9

Centennial High, 22.2

Fairview High, 20.2

Franklin High, 24.3

Independence High, 22.4

Page High, 23.0

Ravenwood High, 24.9

Renaissance High, 20.5

Summit High, 22.1

At 41 percent, WCS graduates made a one percent gain since last year in meeting all four readiness benchmarks.

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