The Georgia Department of Education released the latest SAT scores for schools and school districts Thursday.
Georgia’s public school students in the class of 2018 outperformed their peers nationally by 5 points, with a total score of 1054. Reading and writing was 537 and math was 517.
That was for public schools only. The College Board also released the average score for all Georgia students: 1064.
The Gwinnett County school district scored a total average of 1102. The average for reading and writing was 553 and for math was 549.
This is the total mean score for individual schools:
Archer: 1077 with 502 test takers
Berkmar: 1018 with 296 test takers
Brookwood: 1154 with 716 test takers
Central Gwinnett: 1014 with 541 test takers
Collins Hill: 1107 with 541 test takers
Dacula: 1097 with 307 test takers
Discovery: 1008 with 289 test takers
Duluth: 1118 with 438 test takers
Grayson: 1088 with 530 test takers
Gwinnett School of Math, Science and Technology: 1364 with 175 test takers
Lanier: 1093 with 322 test takers
Meadow Creek: 983 with 309 test takers
Mill Creek: 1148 with 730 test takers
Mountain View: 1118 with 429 test takers
Norcross: 1086 with 499 test takers
North Gwinnett: 1200 with 562 test takers
Parkview: 1150 with 543 test takers
Peachtree Ridge: 1126 with 585 test takers
Shiloh: 1009 with 340 test takers
South Gwinnett: 995 with 424 test takers
Five Gwinnett high schools scored in the top ten percent of the state: Brookwood, Gwinnett SMST, Mill Creek, North Gwinnett and Parkview.
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