As in past years, Washington state students scored well on this year’s SAT college-entrance exam, with a combined reading/math average that ranked fourth in the nation.
Among states where at least half of eligible students took the test, Washington students came in first last year.
Even with the slip in ranking, the scores are still a bright spot in the state’s education landscape, showing that Washington students remain competitive with their counterparts across the nation.
Along with the statewide results, the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction this year also has made it easier to see the SAT scores of individual schools and school districts.
For district-level scores, see http://www.k12.wa.us/AdvancedPlacement/pubdocs/DIS_HS_WA_PUB_2013.pdf
For school-level scores, see
Those charts also include scores for the SAT subject tests, Advanced Placement tests, and the PSAT.