SAT scores rise at CMS

Testing data released by the College Board Aug. 25 showed that average SAT scores in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools rose slightly in 2009 while national and state scores declined. The district’s top performers continued to outscore their state and national peers, scoring 30 points above the nation’s high-fliers and 45 points higher than those in North Carolina.

In the combined verbal, math and writing, Butler students averaged 1,553 while Independence students averaged 1,347. Continue reading

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