Prince William County Schools in Virginia released the SAT scores for the 2010-11 school year showing that county students outperformed the national average in Reading and performed closely with the rest of the nation on Writing and Math.
The College Board’s report announced that graduating high school seniors in Prince William County Schools, Virginia, who took the SAT college entrance test averaged 502 in reading, 487 in writing, and 501 in math. Each section of the SAT test is scored on a 200 to 800 scale.
The national average in reading was 497, in writing 489, and in math 514.
The average score for critical reading achieved by PWCPS students exceeded the national average in six of the 10 high schools in the County. Those schools were Battlefield (517), Brentsville (518), Forest Park (513), Hylton (504), Osbourn Park (524) and Woodbridge (504).
Participation in the exam increased by more than 400 graduating high school seniors in 2011 from the total in 2009-10.
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