NCSS 2022 SAT Results

NCSS Announces 2022 SAT Results
Posted on 09/28/2022
SATNewton County School System (NCSS) students scored a 988 composite on the 2022 SAT including a 510 Evidenced-Based Reading and Writing score and 478 score on Math. Alcovy High School test takers compiled a 989 composite score with a 513 score in Evidenced-Based Reading and Writing and 476 in Math. At Newton High, students attained a 937 composite score, including a 488 in Evidenced-Based Reading and Writing and 449 in Math.

With their results, Eastside High School students bested the state and nation’s public school system students in both Math and the composite score at 518 and 1054 respectively. They also topped the nation in Evidenced-Based Reading and Writing with a score of 536, which matched the state average for public school students this year.

The SAT is a national college entrance exam some colleges and universities utilize to measure critical thinking skills students need for academic success in college. The SAT assesses how well students analyze and solve problems. It is typically taken by high school juniors and seniors.

“First, congratulations to our Eastside students, families, teachers, and leaders! We are all incredibly proud of your efforts,” said Samantha Fuhrey, superintendent of the Newton County School System. “We continue to work diligently to prepare students for life beyond high school which for many includes post-secondary education. As such, teachers and both district office and school leaders will review the results to continue to identify opportunities for all students to experience even greater success.”

For more information on Newton County’s 2022 SAT results, contact Dr. Allison Jordan, Director of Testing for Newton County Schools, at [email protected].

2022 SAT Results
 Alcovy High   122   513   476   989
Eastside High   133   536   518   1054
Newton High   178   488   449   937
 NCSS   433   510   478   988
 Georgia-Public Schools Only       536   516   1052
 USA-Public Schools Only       521   507   1028