Overall, the Columbia County School District saw an increase in the number of test takers, totaling 502, over the previous school year. Districtwide, these test takers earned a composite mean score of 22.9, above the state average of 21.6 and the national average of 19.8.
Congratulations, to Greenbrier High for showing an increase in their overall composite score, as well as improvements in the areas of Reading, Science, and STEM, over last year.
Harlem High results also show significant improvements in the areas of Writing and English Language Arts.“The ACT is a gauge for college preparedness, and overall, the students of the Columbia County School District continue to return strong results on not only readiness but also aptitude exams,” said Superintendent, Dr. Steve Flynt. “In the coming days and weeks, we look forward to breaking these scores down to identify areas of strength and expanding efforts into areas of possible improvement. Overall, we are extremely proud of the hard work of our students and staff.”