Monroe, Ga.) — The Walton County School District has increased its mean SAT composite score by 22 points, receiving a mean score of 1046 for the 2018 testing period. In addition to an improved overall mean score, the district saw an increase in student participation during last year’s testing period.
“We are proud to see an improvement in our mean scores across the board while also seeing an increase in participation for 2018,” said Director of Secondary Curriculum Celeste Cannon. “As a district, we encourage all students to take the college admissions tests that best serve their needs. We are dedicated to helping prepare our students for these rigorous exams by offering local prep classes.”
In 2017, College Board redesigned the SAT setting a new baseline for future years’ comparisons, with last year’s and this year’s mean scores below:
|2017 Mean Score||2018 Mean Score|
|Walton County School District||1024||1046|
|Loganville High School||1046||1089|
|Monroe Area High School||1011||1014|
|Walnut Grove High School||1007||1015|
|State of Georgia||1050||1054|
The Walton County School District serves around 14,000 students in 15 schools including nine elementary schools, three middle schools and three high schools. The mission of the Walton County School District is to ensure that each student acquires the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve personal success and enrich the community. The district values students as individuals with unique intellectual, physical, social and emotional needs. For more information, please visit www.walton.k12.ga.us.