Georgia students who took the SAT in 2016, a year in which the College Board switched to a new test form, showed improvements, according to the results for the class of 2016 just released by the state. Because of the transition to the new test, students who took the SAT early in the year took the old test, and those who took the test later in the year took the new test. The database below shows the results from the older form of the test. The College Board, which administers the test, did not release the school-by-school results for the new test, but it did release the statewide average.
You can find scores for metro Atlanta schools and those statewide in this searchable database by choosing your school district/school from the dropdown menu or seeing how each school stacks up by sorting each column from highest to lowest or vice versa. To see the record for an individual school, click on the arrows shown at far left. NOTE: Asterisks denote 15 or less test-takers at a school.
AJC Analysis: Statewide | Atlanta Public Schools | Clayton | Cobb | DeKalb | Fulton | Gwinnett
Photos: Georgia's top 20 high-scoring schools
Source: Ga. Dept. of Education