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 five 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 DeKalb County School District scored an average of 998 — an 18-point increase from last year, according to district officials. Reading and writing averages were 512 and math was 487. More than 3,700 students took the test.
This is how the individual schools performed:
Arabia Mountain High School - 1016
Cedar Grove High School - 922
Chamblee Charter High School - 1172
Clarkston High School - 890
Columbia High School - 912
Cross Keys High School - 939
DeKalb School of the Arts - 1142
Druid Hills High School - 1049
Dunwoody High School - 1131
Lakeside High School - 1136
Lithonia High School - 904
McNair High School - 910
Martin Luther King Jr. High School -889
Miller Grove High School - 922
Redan High School - 927
Southwest DeKalb High School - 938
Stephenson High School - 956
Stone Mountain High School - 942
Towers High School - 895
Tucker High School -1004
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