BHS scores above state ACT average
For the fourth time in the last five years, Baldwin High School has scored above the state average on the ACT exam.
ACT test-takers at BHS continue to show improvement, with 2010 tests showing an average composite score of 22.5 out of 36 points possible.
The 2010 state average was 21.4.
The 2010 average was the highest for BHS during the past five years. Last year, the school average was 21.5.
“We had an outstanding year last year,” BHS Principal Shaun Moseman said. “We want to keep improving and staying above the state average.”
Of the 55 BHS students who took the ACT, seven scored a 31 or higher. BHS scored above the state average in all four areas of the exam, which are English, math, reading and science.
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