How Does Your High School Rank In SAT Score Performance?

The Pennsylvania Department of Education recently released the 2016 SAT test results for every public school in Pennsylvania.




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Most students dread them, parents complain about their cost and more than 180 ranked colleges and universities no longer require them for admission –– yet SAT tests remain a widely-used barometer for college admission.

Each year, the Pennsylvania Department of Education releases cumulative SAT scores for each public high school in the state. The Pittsburgh Business Times recently ranked the top 50 high schools in western Pennsylvania, based on SAT score performance.

The top 20 are:
1. Upper St. Clair High School
2. Mt. Lebanon Senior High School
3. North Allegheny High School
4. Fox Chapel Area High School
5. Pine-Richland High School
6. Hampton High School
7. South Fayette High School
8. Quaker Valley High School
9. (tie) Franklin Regional Senior High School
           Peters Township High School
11. Mars Area Senior High School
12. Avonworth High School
13. Beaver Area Senior High School
14. Seneca Valley High School
15. Bethel Park High School
16. North Hills Senior High School
17. Greater Latrobe Senior High School
18. Keystone Oaks High School
19. Slippery Rock Area High School
20. Knoch High School

You can go to the Pennsylvania Department of Education website to find SAT results for any public high school in Pennsylvania.

 

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