LOVELL (WNE) — With a drop in ACT scores seen throughout the state of Wyoming, the graduating students of Lovell High School bucked the trend in 2019.
You have free articles remaining.
In an October College Readiness Letter for Big Horn School District No. 2, it was revealed that seniors last year found themselves testing above the state in every category last year.
While the state tested at an average of 18.8 in English last year, the district scored an average of 21.8. In mathematics, the state scored an average of 19.4, while the district scored an average of 21.0. In reading, the state had an average of 20.4 while the district scored a 23.3. In science, the district scored an average of 21.9 while state scored a 20.0. Overall, the state had an average composite score of 19.8, down 0.2 from 2018, while the district’s composite rose from 20.7 in 2018 to 22.1 in 2019.
“To see our students improve this significantly when the rigor of the test has increased and scores have trended downward is a point of pride for our district,” Superintendent Rick Woodford said.