The Cherokee County School District, which earned the highest average among metropolitan Atlanta districts, increased its score by 17 points and ranked in the top 3 school districts in Georgia for average SAT scores.
The School District’s Class of 2016 earned an average total score of 1577, up from 1560 last school year, which is the third-highest score out of 180 school systems in Georgia, according to data released today by the College Board.
The School District’s 2016 graduates exceeded the National average by 93 points and the state average by 118 points on the curriculum-based, college entrance and placement exam, which is the most commonly recognized measure of achievement for high school students.
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