The composite score for the class increased 2 tenths of a point, while the sub scores increased in English, Reading and Science. The only subject in which the score decreased was math, where it went down one tenth of a point. Increases ranged from one tenth of a point in science to half a point in reading.
“We were glad to see the increase in the ACT composite score and sub scores for our 2013 graduates,” said Travis Hamby, superintendent of Trigg County Public Schools. “Our goal is for every student to graduate from Trigg County High School college or career ready. The ACT is one measure to help us track that progress.”
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