Greenwich High School’s Class of 2017 obtained an average composite score of 27.5 this year on the on the American College Testing program (ACT test), exceeding the highest ACT composite score in the school’s history, district officials announced. The school’s average composite score this year was also better than the state average of 25.2.
“GHS established a new standard in three of the four content areas covered in the exam,” wrote Greenwich officials in a statement. “The English score was 28 followed closely by reading at 27.7 and the science score of 26.6 – each higher than State averages. Mathematics came in at 27.2 far above the state average of 24.6.”
Greenwich High School surpassed every benchmark score on its alignment to college readiness standards, according to the district.