Check Out How Chester County’s High Schools Performed on Last Year’s SATs

Mark Hostutler
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Image via Owen J. Roberts High School.

The Pennsylvania Department of Education recently published the results of the 2019 SATs, showing that Chester County is home to 13 of the state’s 100 highest-scoring public high schools, writes Ethan Lott for the Philadelphia Business Journal.

Three schools scored in the Top 10 statewide, while two more made the Top 25.

The highest-scoring school in Chester County was Downingtown STEM Academy, which placed second in Pennsylvania with a composite average of 1359. The composite average is the aggregate of math and reading/writing scores.

Here’s how the public high schools in Chester County ranked statewide by their SAT scores:

  • 2. Downingtown STEM Academy 1359
  • 4. Conestoga 1267
  • 6. Unionville 1251.9
  • 16. Great Valley 1213.8
  • 24. Rustin 1200.3
  • 36. Henderson 1176.1
  • 44. Downingtown East 1170.7
  • 51. Phoenixville 1163.7
  • 52. West Chester East 1160.3
  • 59. Pennsylvania Leadership Charter School 1152
  • 62. Kennett 1150.1
  • 85. Owen J. Roberts 1135.4
  • 87. Downingtown West 1133.5
  • 101. Avon Grove Charter School 1128
  • 103. Avon Grove 1127.2
  • 127. Octorara Area 1119.8
  • 189. 21st Century Cyber Charter School 1095.6
  • 273. Collegium Charter School 1072
  • 276. Renaissance Academy Charter School 1071.4
  • 295. Oxford 1067.4
  • 440. Insight PA Cyber Charter School 1027.9
  • 549. Coatesville 938.7

Read more about how Chester County’s high schools performed on last year’s SATs in the Philadelphia Business Journal here.

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