They’ve done it again! For the fourth consecutive year, WCS students have compiled the highest ACT composite average score in the history of the district.
Data released August 26 shows the WCS Class of 2015 posted an ACT composite score of 23.8, which is up from last year’s score of 23.5.
“Our students never cease to amaze me,” said Superintendent Dr. Mike Looney. “They are relentless in their pursuit of academic excellence, and I am so proud of their hard work. This brings us one step closer to achieving the School Board’s goal of 24.”
Looney made the exciting announcement at a press conference Wednesday, which can be viewed in its entirety below.
Brentwood High posted the highest average of any Williamson County high school with a 25.6, and Fairview High improved the most from last year, going from a 20.2 to a 21.6. Below is a complete list of each Williamson County high school and its ACT composite score for the Class of 2015.
- Brentwood High – 25.6
- Centennial High – 22.8
- Fairview High – 21.6
- Franklin High – 24.6
- Independence High – 22.4
- Page High – 23.1
- Ravenwood High – 25.3
- Renaissance High – 19.8
- Summit High – 22.3
For comparison, Tennessee’s composite ACT score for public school students is 19.8. Nationally, the composite ACT score was 21.