November 11, 2014
American College Testing College Readiness exam scores released recently show Washington’s 12th-grade students from the class of 2014 achieving the seventh-highest composite score in the nation.
In the Issaquah School District, students showed an even higher level of college preparedness. The district’s composite score of 26.6 is 3.6 points higher than Washington state’s 23 and 5.6 points higher than the nation’s 21.
Additionally, Issaquah district seniors have consistently scored two to three points higher than the state on the exam for the past five years.
August 22, 2013
NEW – 10:25 a.m. Aug. 22, 2013
Washington’s 12th-graders have again outscored the national average on the ACT exam in the 2012‒13 school year, according to numbers released by ACT Aug. 21.
Washington’s average composite score is 22.8, the nation’s seventh highest among states in which at least 20 percent of graduating seniors took the test.
A “composite score” consists of four content areas: English, reading, math and science. Scores are scaled from 1 (lowest) to 36 (highest). This year’s national average composite score is 20.9.