OHHS Class of 2021 sets standard on ACT testing

Jul 22, 2020 | Schools | 0 comments

The Oak Harbor High School class of 2021 has set the benchmark high in regards to the state-funded ACT testing.  State law requires school districts in Ohio and community schools to administer the state-funded ACT test to all students in grade 11 in the spring of the school year.

A total of 129 11th grade students at Oak Harbor High School were tested during the historic 2019-2020 school year and scored above the state average in all categories. Students were tested in English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science.

“We saw our juniors average score in Math, English, and Reading jump by 2 points on each test comparative to the past 5 years. I’m really proud of the staff and students who worked hard to achieve those big gains,” said Principal Cheryl Schell.

Benton-Carroll-Salem Local School District Superintendent, Dr. Guy Parmigian, was pleased with the ACT Test Results. “The students and staff have been strategically focused on increasing ACT performance over the past several years, and I am proud to see their efforts pay off.  These gains are truly significant.”

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