Office of the Superintendent of Schools

MONTGOMERY COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Rockville, Maryland
September 24, 20 12
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To:

Members of the Board of Education

From:

Joshua P. Starr, Superintendent of

Subj ect:

SAT Participation and Performance Results for the Class of 2012

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Montgomery County Public Schools' (MCPS) students continue to outperform the state and
nation on the SAT according to the latest data for the Class of 20 12 released today by the
College Board. MCPS students set a new district record with a mean SAT combined score of
1651 , which was 184 points higher than the mean SAT combined score for the state of Maryland
(1467) and 153 points higher than the mean SAT combined score for the nation (1498) (Figure
2). The average mean combined score for the MCPS Class of 2012 was 14 points higher than
the average mean combined score for the MCPS Class of 201 1 (1651 compared to 1637). For
the MCPS Class of 2012, the mean SAT combined scores for all students were significantly
higher than the Maryland and national mean SAT combined scores (Figure 2). The participation
for the Class of 2012 remained at 71 percent, which is higher than the 70 percent participation
rate for Maryland public school graduates and the 52 percent rate for graduates nationwide
(Figure 1).

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I am proud that our students overall have reached such a significant SAT milestone for the
district. At the same time, we will continue to analyze this data so that we can improve. There
remains a significant performance gap that we must address if are to ensure that all of our
students leave us ready for college and careers. As you know, SAT participation and
performance are key milestones on the path to college and workplace readiness. Analysis of
postsecondary outcomes for MCPS graduates indicates that graduates who took the SAT are
more likely to enroll in college and to earn a fom-year degree within six years. Overall, SAT
participation for the Class of 2012 remained virtually flat, increasing from 70.6 percent in 2011
to 70.7 percent in 2012. One possible explanation for the steady SAT participation rate could be
due to the increase in the number of students who only took the ACT, as nearly all colleges now
accept both entrance exams. This is evident in a report published by the Office of Shared
Accountability (OSA) that examined a five-year trend in SAT/ACT participation and
performance. The report is available on the MCPS web site.
Also noteworthy is the increase in SAT participation among MCPS graduates who received
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) services in the Class of 2012 (6.7 percent)
compared with their peers in the Class of 2011. There was a slight increase in SAT participation
among MCPS Black or African American graduates in the Class of2012 (0.5 percent) compared
with their peers in the Class of2011 (see attachment).
For the Class of 2012, the most recent SAT average combined mean score for all MCPS
graduates as well as all subgroups except graduates who received Free and Reduced-priced
Meals System (FARMS) services was higher than that of the Class of 2011. Particularly
noteworthy is the average combined mean score for graduates who received ESOL and special
education services, which were 60 and 25 points higher than that of Class of 2011 , respectively.
Black or African American graduates and Hispanic/Latina graduates' average combined mean
scores were 7 and 6 points higher than that ofthe Class of2011 , respectively (see attachment).

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On average, MCPS Black or African American students in the Class of 2012 outperformed their
peers in the nation by 116 points. MCPS Hispanic/Latino students in the Class of 2012
outperformed their peers in the nation by 131 points. Race/etlmicity comparison between MCPS
and Maryland and the nation should be interpreted with caution because results are not available
for students identified within the Two or More Races category in Maryland and the nation.
Participation and performance on the SAT varied significantly across high schools in the district.
Of the 25 high schools, 13 have participation rates higher than the district average (71 percent).
Ten high schools attained mean SAT combined scores of 1650 or higher and four high schools
attained mean SAT combined scores of 1800 or higher.
Participation and Performance Gap Analysis

Participation
Even though MCPS graduates outperformed their counterparts in Maryland and the nation, there
still remains a racial/ethnic gap in SAT participation and performance among MCPS graduates.
Figures 3 and 4 show the SAT participation gap between Black or African American and White
students, and Hispanic/Latina and White students for the most recent three years. The gap
between Hispanic/Latina and White is wider than the gap between Black or African American
and White (32.9 points vs. 17.1 points, respectively in the Class of 2012). However, these
figures should be interpreted with caution because a recent report on ACT/SAT participation and
performance produced by OSA (see referenced link above) indicated that an increasing number
of minority students are taking the ACT.
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Gap: 18.4 pts.

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25%

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2010

2011
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2012
White

Figure 3. SAT patt icipation rate by Black or African American- White and graduating
Classes of 20 I 0 through 2012.

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Gap: 32.2 pts.
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2010

2011
• Hispanic/Latina

2012
• White

Figure 4. SAT participation rate by Hispanic/ Latina- White and graduating C lasses of
20 10 through 20 12.

Performance
Figures 5 and 6 show the SAT performance (most recent SAT score) of Black or African
American, Hispanic/Latina, and White students for the most recent three years. Compared to the
Hispanic/Latina- White gap, the Black or African American-White gap is much wider
(283 points vs. 3 77 points, respectively in the Class of 20 12). Similar patterns were found when
the analyses were conducted based on the highest SAT score.
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Gap: 361 pts.

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2011
• Black or African American

2012
White

Figure 5. SAT performance by B lack or African American-White and graduating
C lasses of 20 l 0 through 20 12.

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Gap: 268 pts.

Gap: 283 pts.

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1745

1766
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1600
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800
400
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2010

2011
• Hispanic/Latino

2012
White

Figure 6. SAT performance by Hispanic/ Latino- White and graduating C lasses of20 10
through 20 12.

The figures above show Black or African American graduates' SAT participation rate was
14 to 16 percent greater than that of Hispanic/Latina graduates for the years 2010 to 20 12.
However, the SAT performance was lower for Black or African American graduates compared
to Hispanic/Latina graduates.
Colleges and universities now accept both SAT and ACT college entrance exam scores. One key
measure of MCPS' Seven Keys to College and Career Readiness is scoring a 1650 or higher on
the SAT, or 24 or higher on the ACT; these scores are a critical focus in the MCPS strategic
plan, Our Call to Action: Pursuit of Excellence. MCPS school staff will continue to use the
college readiness monitoring tool developed by OSA as a part of our efforts to improve
performance on either college entrance exam, and identify students who need academic
reinforcement or other support and assistance. Readiness monitoring wi ll allow schools to
prepare all students for success.
Attached Data Tables Description
The attached tables provide additional information for your review. Tables Al to A4 provide
data on SAT participation and performance among groups of students enrolled in MCPS schools
and public school students in Maryland and the nation.

Table A l shows the number of graduates and the number and percentage of students
taking the SAT and the mean SAT combined scores for MCPS students and students in
Maryland and the nation.

Table A2 shows the number and percentage of students taking the SAT by gender for
MCPS students and students in Maryland and the nation.

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Table A3 shows the number and percentage of students taking the SAT by race/ethnicity
for MCPS students and students in Maryland and the nation.

Table A4 shows the mean SAT critical reading, math, and writing scores, as well as the
mean SAT combined scores based on the most recent SAT test for MCPS students and
students in Maryland and the nation by gender and race/ethnicity.

Tables AS through A IS provide SAT data on MCPS student groups and high school participation
and performance by gender, race/ethnicity, and service groups for the Classes of 20 10 through
2012.

Tables AS and A6 show the number of graduates and the number and percentage of
students taking the SAT and mean SAT critical reading, math, writing, and combined
scores by gender; race/ethnicity; and those receiving FARMS, special education, and
ESOL services. Tables A8 and A9 show the number of graduates and the number and
percentage of students taking the SAT and mean SAT critical reading, math, writing, and
combined scores by school.

Tables A7 and AlO show the number of students taking the SAT and mean SAT
combined scores of 16SO or higher by demographic and special services group and by
school.

Tables All through AlS show the number of graduates; number and percentage of
students taking the SAT; and mean SAT critical reading, math, writing, and combined
mean SAT scores by gender; race/ethnicity; and those receiving FARMS, special
education, and ESOL services by school for the Class of2012.

Tables A l through A l S are reported based on the students' most recent SAT score to be
consistent with the reporting rule of the College Board. Prior to 201 1, the College Board reports
included students who tested through March of their senior year (March cohort). However, the
College Board observed a trend in which more students were taking the SAT for the first time in
May or June of their senior year. Beginning in 2011, the College Board repmis include students
who took the SAT through June of their senior year in the college-bound seniors trend data (full
cohort). MCPS data for the Class of 2010 were recalculated to include the full cohort of students
in order to have three-year trend data. However, data for 2010 Maryland and the nation are not
re-run as the data were not available.
Tables B 1 through BS provide SAT patticipation and performance data for MCPS high schools
and student groups by gender, race/ethnicity, and service groups for the Class of 2012. The data
tables on SAT performance are based on the highest SAT score in one test administration.
MCPS monitors students' highest SAT score in one test administration. Based on the College
Board's Score Choice, a change to the current SAT score-reporting policy, students have the
option to send SAT scores by test date in accordance with a patticular college' s score-use
practice. For more information, see http://professionals.collegeboard.com/profdownload/satscore-choice. pdf.

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Tables C l and C2 provide participation and performance in SAT and ACT, patticipation and
performance in SAT or ACT, and data on the attainment of Key 7 (scoring 1650 or better on the
SAT or 24 or better on the ACT), disaggregated by gender, race/ethnicity and special services
and by high schools for the Classes of 201 0- 20 12.
If you have any questions about SAT participation and performance data, please contact
Dr. Kimberly A. Statham, deputy superintendent of teaching, learning, and programs at
301-279-3 127 or Dr. Susan F. Marks, acting associate superintendent, Office of Shared
Accountability, at 301-279-3553.
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Table A1
SAT Participation and Mean SAT Combined Score for the Classes of 2010–2012 in MCPS, Maryland, and the Nation
Graduation Group

2010

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N Graduates
2011

2012

2010

c

N Took SATa
2011

2012

2010c

% Took SAT
2011
2012

Combined Score
2010c
2011
2012

MCPS

10,352

10,158

10,322

7,333

7,174

7,299

70.8

70.6

70.7

1647

1637

1651

MD Public School Studentsb

57,523

55,919

55,219

35,152

38,428

38,653d

61.1

68.7

70.0d

1485

1472

1467

MD All Studentsb

66,607

65,013

64,137

46,370

47,784

47,461d

69.6

73.5

74.0d

1502

1492

1487

Nation Public School Studentsb

3,016,202

2,990,159

2,941,541

1,114,273

1,267,239

1,364,873e

36.9

42.4

46.4e

1497

1483

1477

Nation All Studentsb

3,310,631

3,280,185

3,225,017

1,547,990

1,647,123

1,664,479

46.8

50.2

51.6

1509

1500

1498

a

The number of graduates in Maryland and the nation who took the SAT is published by the College Board and available at www.collegeboard.org.
The number of graduates in Maryland and the nation are available from the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) at www.wiche.edu/knocking.
c
Results for MCPS Class of 2010 are recalculated to include full cohort (change in the College Board reporting rule). For Maryland and the nation, the results are based on March cohort for the
Class of 2010. Therefore, comparison between 2010 and 2011 or 2012 data for Maryland and the nation should be interpreted with caution.
d
The number and percentage of SAT test takers for Maryland were derived from the rounded percentage of the College Board’s report titled 2012 College-bound Seniors.
e
The number and percentage of SAT test takers for public school students in the nation were derived from the rounded percentage of the College Board’s report titled 2012 College-bound Seniors.
b

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Table A2
Number and Percentage of SAT Test Takers in the Classes of 2010–2012 in MCPS, Maryland, and the Nation by Gender
Graduates
MCPS
Male
Female

2010b
7,333
3,600
3,733

N Took SAT
2011
7,174
3,450
3,724

MD Alla
Male
Female

46,370
21,633
24,737

47,787
22,240
25,547

47,461d
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46.7
53.3

100.0c
46.5
53.5

Nation Alla
Male
Female

1,547,990
720,793
827,197

1,647,123
770,605
876,518

1,664,479
782,305e
882,174e

100.0c
46.6
53.4

100.0c
46.8
53.2

2012
7,299
3,492
3,807

2010b
100.0c
49.1
50.9

% of SAT Test Takers
2011
100.0c
48.1
51.9

2012
100.0c
47.8
52.2
100.0c
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47.0e
53.0e

Note. Results are not available (--) for male and female graduates in Maryland.
a
Results are presented for all test takers regardless of school type (public versus private).
b
Results for MCPS Class of 2010 are recalculated to include full cohort (change in the College Board reporting rule). For Maryland and the nation,
the results are based on March cohort for the Class of 2010. Therefore, comparison between 2010 and 2011 or 2012 data for Maryland and the
nation should be interpreted with caution.
c
Percentages may sum to 100± 0.1 because of rounding.
d
The number of SAT test takers for Maryland were derived from the rounded percentage of the College Board’s report titled 2012 College-bound
Seniors.
e
The number and percentage of SAT test takers for all the male and female graduates in the nation were derived from the rounded percentage of the
College Board’s report titled 2012 College-bound Seniors.

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Table A3
Number and Percentage of SAT Test Takers in the Classes of 2010–2012 in MCPS, Maryland, and the Nation by Race/Ethnicity
N Took SAT
2011
7,174
1,294
1,404
1,003
3,211
243

2010e
7,333
1,382
1,348
967
3,384
227

MD Alla
Asian
Black or African American
Hispanic/Latino
White
Two or More Races

46,370
3,610
13,877
2,462
23,465
n/a

47,787
3,704
14,793
2,646
23,875
n/a

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100.0bc
7.8
29.9
5.3
50.6
n/a

100.0bc
7.8
31.0
5.5
50.0
n/a

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Nation Alla
Asian
Black or African American
Hispanic/Latino
White
Two or More Races

1,547,990
166,064
196,961
222,380
838,235
n/a

1,647,123
183,853
215,816
252,703
865,660
n/a

1,664,479
199,737g
216,382g
282,961g
848,884g
n/a

100.0bd
10.7
12.7
14.4
54.1
n/a

100.0bd
11.2
13.1
15.3
52.6
n/a

100.0bd
12.0g
13.0g
17.0g
51.0g
n/a

2012
7,299
1,357
1,427
1,048
3,193
257

2010e
100.0b
18.8
18.4
13.2
46.1
3.1

% of SAT Test Takers
2011
100.0b
18.0
19.6
14.0
44.8
3.4

Graduates
MCPS
Asian
Black or African American
Hispanic/Latino
White
Two or More Races

2012
100.0b
18.6
19.6
14.4
43.7
3.5

Note. Results for MCPS American Indian or Alaskan Native and Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander students are included with all students but are not reported separately.
Results are not applicable (n/a) for students of Two or More Races in Maryland and the nation. Therefore, race/ethnicity comparison between MCPS and Maryland and the nation
should be interpreted with caution. Results are not available (--) for all racial/ethnic groups in Maryland.
a
Results are presented for all test takers regardless of school type (public versus private).
b
Percentages may sum to 100± 0.1 because of rounding.
c
Maryland results include American Indian test takers and test takers who did not report their race/ethnicity. The percentages for the four races/ethnicities shown sum to less
than 100%.
d
National results include American Indian test takers and test takers who did not report their race/ethnicity. The percentages for the four races/ethnicities shown sum to less
than 100%.
e
Results for MCPS Class of 2010 are recalculated to include full cohort (change in the College Board reporting rule). For Maryland and the nation, the results are based on
March cohort for the Class of 2010. Therefore, comparison between 2010 and 2011 or 2012 data for Maryland and the nation should be interpreted with caution.
f
The number and percentage of SAT test takers for Maryland were derived from the rounded percentage of the College Board’s report titled 2012 College-bound Seniors.
g
The number and percentage of SAT test takers for all racial/ethnic groups in the nation were derived from the rounded percentage of the College Board’s report titled
2012 College-bound Seniors.

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Table A4
Most Recent Mean SAT Critical Reading, Math, Writing, and Combined Scores for the Classes of 2010–2012 in MCPS, Maryland, and the Nation
by Gender and Race/Ethnicity
Student Group
MCPS
Male
Female
Asian
Black or African American
Hispanic/Latino
White
Two or More Races

Critical Reading
2010
2011
2012
544
542
545
544
544
547
544
540
544
569
566
571
465
464
465
486
490
489
580
581
587
565
564
564

MD Alla
Male
Female
Asian
Black or African American
Hispanic/Latino
White
Two or More Races

501
503
499
542
430
483
539
n/a

499
502
497
540
429
482
541
n/a

497
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506
525
489
595
420
487
547
n/a

502
518
487
594
419
483
545
n/a

502
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495
487
501
549
422
481
532
n/a

491
482
498
548
418
475
532
n/a

488
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1502
1515
1489
1686
1272
1451
1618
n/a

1492
1502
1482
1682
1266
1440
1618
n/a

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Nation Alla
Male
Female
Asian
Black or African American
Hispanic/Latino
White
Two or More Races

501
503
498
519
429
454
528
n/a

497
500
495
517
428
451
528
n/a

496
498
493
518
428
448
527
n/a

516
534
500
591
428
463
536
n/a

514
531
500
595
427
463
535
n/a

514
532
499
595
428
462
536
n/a

492
486
498
526
420
447
516
n/a

489
482
496
528
417
444
516
n/a

488
481
494
528
417
442
515
n/a

1509
1523
1496
1636
1277
1364
1580
n/a

1500
1513
1491
1640
1272
1358
1579
n/a

1498
1511
1486
1641
1273
1352
1578
n/a

b

2010
558
577
541
620
460
494
590
559

b

Math
2011
554
572
538
618
460
498
587
571

2012
561
579
543
623
464
502
595
574

2010
545
537
553
576
464
488
580
557

b

Writing
2011
541
532
549
575
458
489
578
554

2012
545
536
553
582
460
492
583
562

Combined Score
2010
2011
2012
1647
1637
1651
1658
1648
1662
1637
1627
1640
1766
1759
1777
1389
1382
1389
1469
1477
1483
1750
1745
1766
1681
1689
1700
b

Note. The sums of rounded subtest score means may differ by one point from the combined score calculated with unrounded sums. Results for MCPS American Indian or
Alaskan Native and Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander students are included with all students but are not reported separately. Results are not applicable (n/a) for students
of Two or More Races in Maryland and the nation. Therefore, race/ethnicity comparison between MCPS and Maryland and the nation should be interpreted with caution. For
Maryland results are not available (--) by the student groups of male, female, and race/ethnicity.
a
Results are presented for all test takers regardless of school type (public versus private).
b
Results for MCPS Class of 2010 are recalculated to include full cohort (change in the College Board reporting rule). For Maryland and the nation, the results are based on March
cohort for the Class of 2010. Therefore, comparison between 2010 and 2011 or 2012 data for Maryland and the nation should be interpreted with caution.

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Attachment

Table A5
SAT Participation for the MCPS Classes of 2010–2012 by Student Group
2010a
10,352

N Graduates
2011
10,158

2012
10,322

2010a
7,333

N Took SAT
2011
7,174

2012
7,299

2010a
70.8

% Took SAT
2011
70.6

2012
70.7

Male
Female

5,299
5,053

5,049
5,109

5,145
5,177

3,600
3,733

3,450
3,724

3,492
3,807

67.9
73.9

68.3
72.9

67.9
73.5

Asian
Black or African American
Hispanic/Latino
White
Two or More Races

1,647
2,170
2,004
4,202
295

1,508
2,228
2,084
3,986
323

1,564
2,248
2,199
3,962
323

1,382
1,348
967
3,384
227

1,294
1,404
1,003
3,211
243

1,357
1,427
1,048
3,193
257

83.9
62.1
48.3
80.5
76.9

85.8
63.0
48.1
80.6
75.2

86.8
63.5
47.7
80.6
79.6

FARMS
Special Education
ESOL

1,962
855
319

2,114
927
279

2,303
877
288

958
288
77

1,039
324
55

1,085
300
76

48.8
33.7
24.1

49.1
35.0
19.7

47.1
34.2
26.4

Student Group
MCPS

Note. FARMS = Free and Reduced-price Meals System; ESOL = English for Speakers of Other Languages. Results for MCPS American Indian or Alaskan Native and Native
Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander students are included with all students but are not reported separately.
a
Results for the Class of 2010 are recalculated to include full cohort (change in the College Board reporting rule).

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Table A6
Most Recent Mean SAT Critical Reading, Math, Writing, and Combined Scores for the MCPS Classes of 2010–2012 by Student Group
Student Group
MCPS

Critical Reading
2010
2011
2012
544
542
545
a

2010
558

a

Math
2011
554

2012
561

2010
545

a

Writing
2011
541

2012
545

Combined Score
2010
2011
2012
1647
1637
1651
a

Male
Female

544
544

544
540

547
544

577
541

572
538

579
543

537
553

532
549

536
553

1658
1637

1648
1627

1662
1640

Asian
Black or African American
Hispanic/Latino
White
Two or More Races

569
465
486
580
565

566
464
490
581
564

571
465
489
587
564

620
460
494
590
559

618
460
498
587
571

623
464
502
595
574

576
464
488
580
557

575
458
489
578
554

582
460
492
583
562

1766
1389
1469
1750
1681

1759
1382
1477
1745
1689

1777
1389
1483
1766
1700

FARMS
Special Education
ESOL

452
454
378

451
450
362

447
460
385

470
463
487

467
459
478

466
470
483

454
450
389

450
438
368

447
442
400

1375
1367
1255

1368
1347
1208

1360
1372
1268

Note. FARMS = Free and Reduced-price Meals System; ESOL = English for Speakers of Other Languages. Results for MCPS American Indian or Alaskan Native and Native
Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander students are included with all students but are not reported separately. The SAT combined score calculated from the sums of rounded subtest
score means may differ by one point from the SAT combined score calculated with unrounded sums. Scores are based on most recent SAT test.
a
Results for the Class of 2010 are recalculated to include full cohort (change in the College Board reporting rule).

A-6

Attachment

Table A7
Number and Percentage of SAT Test Takers in the MCPS Classes of 2010–2012 Who Earned
SAT Combined Critical Reading, Math, and Writing Scores of 1650 or Higher in the Most Recent SAT Administration by Student Group
2010a
7,333

N Took SAT
2011
7,174

2012
7,299

Male
Female

3,600
3,733

3,450
3,724

3,492
3,807

1,859
1,813

1,707
1,757

1,837
1,863

51.6
48.6

49.5
47.2

52.6
48.9

Asian
Black or African American
Hispanic/Latino
White
Two or More Races

1,382
1,348
967
3,384
227

1,294
1,404
1,003
3,211
243

1,357
1,427
1,048
3,193
257

880
219
241
2,197
121

805
242
267
2,009
133

888
256
285
2,121
142

63.7
16.2
24.9
64.9
53.3

62.2
17.2
26.6
62.6
54.7

65.4
17.9
27.2
66.4
55.3

958
288
77

1,039
324
55

1,085
300
76

138
60
4

161
68
2

156
66
10

14.4
20.8
5.2

15.5
21.0
3.6

14.4
22.0
13.2

Student Group
MCPS

FARMS
Special Education
ESOL

N Scored 1650 or Higher
2010a
2011
2012
3,672
3,464
3,700

% Scored 1650 or Higher
2010a
2011
2012
50.1
48.3
50.7

Note. FARMS = Free and Reduced-price Meals System; ESOL = English for Speakers of Other Languages. Results for American Indian or Alaskan Native and Native Hawaiian
or Other Pacific Islander students are included with all students but are not reported separately. Scores are based on most recent SAT test.
a
Results for the Class of 2010 are recalculated to include full cohort (change in the College Board reporting rule).

A-7

Attachment

Table A8
SAT Participation and Most Recent Mean SAT Combined Score for the MCPS Classes of 2010–2012 by High School
High School
MCPSa
Bethesda-Chevy Chase
Blair
Blake
Churchill
Clarksburg
Damascus
Einstein
Gaithersburg
Walter Johnson
Kennedy
Magruder
Richard Montgomery
Northwest
Northwood
Paint Branch
Poolesville
Quince Orchard
Rockville
Seneca Valley
Sherwood
Springbrook
Watkins Mill
Wheaton
Whitman
Wootton

2010b
10,352
425
619
397
536
380
368
328
429
469
323
487
514
456
266
435
272
417
267
282
510
401
312
300
468
614

N Graduates
2011
10,158
416
590
431
495
369
323
329
413
489
342
409
471
486
285
434
267
420
283
283
505
393
353
251
461
599

2012
10,322
454
659
437
527
399
321
348
398
541
350
443
497
468
279
404
268
375
278
311
510
366
348
264
452
583

2010b
7,333
336
471
275
461
259
257
166
260
368
175
345
376
336
130
316
236
275
190
182
396
276
170
155
393
520

N Took SAT
2011
7,174
352
470
333
412
240
214
142
239
391
187
280
372
325
149
330
232
286
195
175
389
274
148
132
403
494

2012
7,299
371
493
349
433
279
206
167
235
454
201
292
395
322
151
310
231
259
211
175
393
273
92
123
390
488

2010b
70.8
79.1
76.1
69.3
86.0
68.2
69.8
50.6
60.6
78.5
54.2
70.8
73.2
73.7
48.9
72.6
86.8
65.9
71.2
64.5
77.6
68.8
54.5
51.7
84.0
84.7

% Took SAT
2011
2012
70.6
70.7
84.6
81.7
79.7
74.8
77.3
79.9
83.2
82.2
65.0
69.9
66.3
64.2
43.2
48.0
57.9
59.0
80.0
83.9
54.7
57.4
68.5
65.9
79.0
79.5
66.9
68.8
52.3
54.1
76.0
76.7
86.9
86.2
68.1
69.1
68.9
75.9
61.8
56.3
77.0
77.1
69.7
74.6
41.9
26.4
52.6
46.6
87.4
86.3
82.5
83.7

Combined Score
2010b
2011
2012
1647
1637
1651
1729
1742
1746
1718
1725
1670
1536
1474
1496
1822
1825
1836
1490
1546
1538
1627
1642
1651
1607
1607
1591
1490
1502
1513
1746
1744
1744
1442
1413
1407
1567
1576
1599
1756
1770
1775
1542
1561
1612
1488
1450
1511
1535
1469
1480
1814
1846
1869
1631
1621
1659
1595
1524
1525
1523
1435
1522
1606
1592
1622
1510
1463
1440
1485
1501
1566
1390
1344
1346
1877
1857
1863
1821
1800
1837

Note. The SAT combined score calculated from the sums of rounded subtest score means may differ by one point from the SAT combined score calculated with unrounded sums.
a
Includes graduates enrolled in special schools during Grade 12.
b
Results for the Class of 2010 are recalculated to include full cohort (change in the College Board reporting rule).

A-8

Attachment

Table A9
Most Recent Mean SAT Critical Reading, Math, Writing, and Combined Scores for the MCPS Classes of 2010–2012 by High School
High School
MCPSa
Bethesda-Chevy Chase
Blair
Blake
Churchill
Clarksburg
Damascus
Einstein
Gaithersburg
Walter Johnson
Kennedy
Magruder
Richard Montgomery
Northwest
Northwood
Paint Branch
Poolesville
Quince Orchard
Rockville
Seneca Valley
Sherwood
Springbrook
Watkins Mill
Wheaton
Whitman
Wootton

Critical Reading
2010b
2011
2012
544
542
545
575
582
581
570
576
555
515
498
499
590
593
599
492
511
510
527
538
539
538
534
532
498
499
503
574
579
576
476
468
465
515
519
527
584
593
591
511
517
534
505
491
510
504
487
488
598
611
621
537
533
545
525
504
502
506
476
507
524
525
532
508
488
479
503
499
517
466
446
439
621
611
613
592
584
594

2010b
558
572
575
511
630
510
560
535
502
595
493
531
595
517
494
524
619
555
534
510
548
512
498
476
633
626

Math
2011
554
578
580
486
627
526
566
537
513
590
475
539
593
530
478
495
628
551
513
480
542
492
514
459
628
623

2012
561
586
568
498
625
524
565
528
518
592
480
547
595
545
506
501
634
567
519
507
554
489
533
469
633
634

2010b
545
582
572
510
602
488
539
534
490
577
473
520
577
514
490
506
597
539
536
508
534
491
484
449
623
603

Writing
2011
541
583
570
490
605
509
537
536
490
576
470
517
584
514
481
486
607
537
506
479
525
482
488
439
617
592

2012
545
579
547
499
611
503
546
531
491
576
463
525
589
533
494
491
614
547
504
508
535
472
516
437
617
608

Combined Score
2010b
2011
2012
1647
1637
1651
1729
1742
1746
1718
1725
1670
1536
1474
1496
1822
1825
1836
1490
1546
1538
1627
1642
1651
1607
1607
1591
1490
1502
1513
1746
1744
1744
1442
1413
1407
1567
1576
1599
1756
1770
1775
1542
1561
1612
1488
1450
1511
1535
1469
1480
1814
1846
1869
1631
1621
1659
1595
1524
1525
1523
1435
1522
1606
1592
1622
1510
1463
1440
1485
1501
1566
1390
1344
1346
1877
1857
1863
1821
1800
1837

Note. The SAT combined score calculated from the sums of rounded subtest score means may differ by one point from the SAT combined score calculated with unrounded sums.
Scores are based on most recent SAT test.
a
Includes graduates enrolled in special schools during Grade 12.
b
Results for the Class of 2010 are recalculated to include full cohort (change in the College Board reporting rule).

A-9

Attachment

Table A10
Number and Percentage of SAT Test Takers in the MCPS Classes of 2010–2012 Who Earned
SAT Combined Critical Reading, Math, and Writing Scores of 1650 or Higher in the Most Recent SAT Administration by High School
High School
MCPSa
Bethesda-Chevy Chase
Blair
Blake
Churchill
Clarksburg
Damascus
Einstein
Gaithersburg
Walter Johnson
Kennedy
Magruder
Richard Montgomery
Northwest
Northwood
Paint Branch
Poolesville
Quince Orchard
Rockville
Seneca Valley
Sherwood
Springbrook
Watkins Mill
Wheaton
Whitman
Wootton
a
b

2010b
7,333
336
471
275
461
259
257
166
260
368
175
345
376
336
130
316
236
275
190
182
396
276
170
155
393
520

N Took SAT
2011
7,174
352
470
333
412
240
214
142
239
391
187
280
372
325
149
330
232
286
195
175
389
274
148
132
403
494

2012
7,299
371
493
349
433
279
206
167
235
454
201
292
395
322
151
310
231
259
211
175
393
273
92
123
390
488

N Scored 1650 or Higher
2010b
2011
2012
3,672
3,464
3,700
209
229
240
257
254
257
105
102
112
341
300
322
72
93
98
115
97
108
69
59
67
68
75
77
237
260
283
40
38
37
148
108
133
225
228
244
127
131
153
44
32
47
110
84
91
173
173
179
146
137
131
80
68
75
68
41
57
184
179
191
87
80
73
48
36
33
21
21
9
306
297
313
387
337
367

Includes graduates enrolled in special schools during Grade 12.
Results for the Class of 2010 are recalculated to include full cohort (change in the College Board reporting rule).

A-10

% Scored 1650 or Higher
2010b
2011
2012
50.1
48.3
50.7
62.2
65.1
64.7
54.6
54.0
52.1
38.2
30.6
32.1
74.0
72.8
74.4
27.8
38.8
35.1
44.7
45.3
52.4
41.6
41.5
40.1
26.2
31.4
32.8
64.4
66.5
62.3
22.9
20.3
18.4
42.9
38.6
45.5
59.8
61.3
61.8
37.8
40.3
47.5
33.8
21.5
31.1
34.8
25.5
29.4
73.3
74.6
77.5
53.1
47.9
50.6
42.1
34.9
35.5
37.4
23.4
32.6
46.5
46.0
48.6
31.5
29.2
26.7
28.2
24.3
35.9
13.5
15.9
7.3
77.9
73.7
80.3
74.4
68.2
75.2

Attachment

Table A11
SAT Participation for the MCPS Class of 2012 by High School and Race/Ethnicity
Asian
High School
MCPSa
Bethesda-Chevy Chase
Blair
Blake
Churchill
Clarksburg
Damascus
Einstein
Gaithersburg
Walter Johnson
Kennedy
Magruder
Richard Montgomery
Northwest
Northwood
Paint Branch
Poolesville
Quince Orchard
Rockville
Seneca Valley
Sherwood
Springbrook
Watkins Mill
Wheaton
Whitman
Wootton

N
Grads

N
Took

1,564
33
115
42
113
61
23
29
43
68
44
72
129
74
17
80
67
45
31
27
47
63
44
25
55
214

1,357
29
103
40
109
54
17
17
31
60
33
60
116
64
13
72
64
40
26
16
43
54
19
18
52
206

Black or African American
%
Took

86.8
87.9
89.6
95.2
96.5
88.5
73.9
58.6
72.1
88.2
75.0
83.3
89.9
86.5
76.5
90.0
95.5
88.9
83.9
59.3
91.5
85.7
43.2
72.0
94.5
96.3

N
Grads

N
Took

2,248
68
183
181
41
116
29
69
110
54
129
75
65
130
84
190
18
54
43
96
82
169
129
68
16
36

1,427
54
139
133
29
67
11
32
71
38
88
46
46
81
42
151
10
25
32
47
56
132
23
36
13
24

Hispanic/Latino

%
Took

63.5
79.4
76.0
73.5
70.7
57.8
37.9
46.4
64.5
70.4
68.2
61.3
70.8
62.3
50.0
79.5
55.6
46.3
74.4
49.0
68.3
78.1
17.8
52.9
81.3
66.7

N
Grads

N
Took

2,199
68
167
80
45
78
37
148
118
91
139
122
91
85
96
60
17
78
84
71
64
94
115
155
47
38

1,048
48
74
57
36
42
16
44
44
70
51
46
57
35
37
25
14
37
53
30
29
50
21
61
39
31

%
Took

47.7
70.6
44.3
71.3
80.0
53.8
43.2
29.7
37.3
76.9
36.7
37.7
62.6
41.2
38.5
41.7
82.4
47.4
63.1
42.3
45.3
53.2
18.3
39.4
83.0
81.6

White
N
Grads

N
Took

3,962
276
166
125
315
132
219
88
112
298
26
157
197
161
78
61
156
186
108
98
304
35
44
16
318
274

3,193
233
151
111
246
107
156
67
78
260
18
124
166
130
56
51
134
148
91
69
254
32
22
8
271
208

Two or More Races
%
Took

80.6
84.4
91.0
88.8
78.1
81.1
71.2
76.1
69.6
87.2
69.2
79.0
84.3
80.7
71.8
83.6
85.9
79.6
84.3
70.4
83.6
91.4
50.0
50.0
85.2
75.9

N
Grads

323
8
25
9
13
12
13
12
12
29
11
17
14
17
3
13
10
10
10
18
12
5
15
0
15
17

N
Took

257
-23
-13
9
6
7
10
25
10
16
10
11
-11
9
7
8
12
10
-7
-14
16

%
Took

79.6
-92.0
-100.0
75.0
46.2
58.3
83.3
86.2
90.9
94.1
71.4
64.7
-84.6
90.0
70.0
80.0
66.7
83.3
-46.7
-93.3
94.1

Note. Results for American Indian or Alaskan Native and Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander students are included with all students but are not reported separately.
Results are not reported (--) for groups with fewer than ten graduates.
a
Includes graduates enrolled in special schools during Grade 12.

A-11

Attachment

Table A12
SAT Participation for the MCPS Class of 2012 by High School, Gender, and Service Group

High School
MCPSa
Bethesda-Chevy Chase
Blair
Blake
Churchill
Clarksburg
Damascus
Einstein
Gaithersburg
Walter Johnson
Kennedy
Magruder
Richard Montgomery
Northwest
Northwood
Paint Branch
Poolesville
Quince Orchard
Rockville
Seneca Valley
Sherwood
Springbrook
Watkins Mill
Wheaton
Whitman
Wootton

N
Grads
5,145
240
334
189
285
201
158
141
188
274
162
239
214
240
139
189
120
201
154
146
274
177
194
151
222
287

Male
N
Took
3,492
189
251
140
231
136
94
57
106
232
89
151
167
148
69
132
100
142
111
76
207
125
42
69
186
238

%
Took
67.9
78.8
75.1
74.1
81.1
67.7
59.5
40.4
56.4
84.7
54.9
63.2
78.0
61.7
49.6
69.8
83.3
70.6
72.1
52.1
75.5
70.6
21.6
45.7
83.8
82.9

N
Grads
5,177
214
325
248
242
198
163
207
210
267
188
204
283
228
140
215
148
174
124
165
236
189
154
113
230
296

Female
N
Took
3,807
182
242
209
202
143
112
110
129
222
112
141
228
174
82
178
131
117
100
99
186
148
50
54
204
250

%
Took
73.5
85.0
74.5
84.3
83.5
72.2
68.7
53.1
61.4
83.1
59.6
69.1
80.6
76.3
58.6
82.8
88.5
67.2
80.6
60.0
78.8
78.3
32.5
47.8
88.7
84.5

N
Grads
2,303
48
217
105
22
90
35
119
127
35
149
125
84
101
103
112
11
68
70
93
65
153
160
165
-21

FARMS
N
%
Took
Took
1,085
47.1
35
72.9
122
56.2
73
69.5
14
63.6
41
45.6
10
28.6
32
26.9
57
44.9
21
60.0
75
50.3
43
34.4
52
61.9
49
48.5
44
42.7
71
63.4
6
54.5
24
35.3
39
55.7
29
31.2
33
50.8
98
64.1
24
15.0
71
43.0
--15
71.4

Special Education
N
N
%
Grads Took
Took
877
300
34.2
32
14
43.8
35
12
34.3
26
10
38.5
61
34
55.7
44
7
15.9
35
6
17.1
31
5
16.1
39
5
12.8
61
38
62.3
28
4
14.3
46
15
32.6
33
19
57.6
56
18
32.1
32
10
31.3
20
7
35.0
15
5
33.3
25
10
40.0
35
14
40.0
25
5
20.0
39
11
28.2
25
9
36.0
44
1
2.3
16
8
50.0
30
17
56.7
30
16
53.3

N
Grads
288
10
32
2
0
7
0
7
31
19
23
12
18
0
6
3
0
4
7
9
21
10
12
28
15
10

ESOL
N
Took
76
4
8
-----4
10
7
1
8
-------3
2
0
4
10
5

%
Took
26.4
40.0
25.0
-----12.9
52.6
30.4
8.3
44.4
-------14.3
20.0
0.0
14.3
66.7
50.0

Note. FARMS = Free and Reduced-price Meals System; ESOL = English for Speakers of Other Languages. Results are not reported (--) for groups with fewer than ten
graduates.
a
Includes graduates enrolled in special schools during Grade 12.

A-12

Attachment

Table A13
Most Recent Mean SAT Combined Score for the MCPS Class of 2012 by High School and Student Group
High School
MCPSa
Bethesda-Chevy Chase
Blair
Blake
Churchill
Clarksburg
Damascus
Einstein
Gaithersburg
Walter Johnson
Kennedy
Magruder
Richard Montgomery
Northwest
Northwood
Paint Branch
Poolesville
Quince Orchard
Rockville
Seneca Valley
Sherwood
Springbrook
Watkins Mill
Wheaton
Whitman
Wootton

Asian
1777
1639
1852
1612
1923
1646
1668
1591
1602
1774
1479
1684
1883
1707
1416
1615
2057
1775
1542
1644
1687
1642
1599
1382
1902
1938

Black or
African
American
1389
1401
1348
1354
1563
1363
1581
1440
1406
1476
1356
1457
1480
1423
1353
1378
1649
1362
1428
1369
1371
1323
1405
1329
1462
1495

Hispanic/
Latino
1483
1579
1452
1400
1778
1508
1628
1481
1399
1589
1345
1429
1527
1541
1398
1278
1642
1511
1411
1434
1488
1335
1517
1321
1740
1687

White
1766
1869
1933
1672
1834
1596
1653
1754
1633
1814
1664
1685
1866
1686
1717
1669
1821
1704
1635
1642
1685
1738
1705
1536
1887
1792

Two or
More
Races
1700
-1758
-1918
1638
1720
1416
1569
1775
1501
1508
1784
1785
-1577
1854
1927
1440
1512
1525
-1711
-1976
1899

Male
1662
1750
1665
1514
1823
1543
1630
1582
1506
1768
1450
1630
1767
1626
1569
1476
1872
1692
1545
1525
1620
1441
1603
1335
1877
1850

Female
1640
1743
1674
1484
1850
1533
1668
1595
1519
1719
1373
1565
1781
1601
1462
1483
1867
1619
1504
1521
1623
1439
1534
1360
1850
1824

FARMS
1360
1367
1330
1351
1433
1372
1545
1398
1372
1440
1361
1360
1365
1462
1357
1349
1677
1379
1300
1308
1411
1252
1425
1322
-1581

Special
Education
1372
1370
1455
1177
1571
1149
1582
1238
1398
1459
1240
1186
1314
1342
1515
1011
1752
1387
1214
1066
1258
1124
1250
1258
1592
1393

ESOL
1268
1150
1045
-----1218
1484
1277
1170
1198
-------1033
1160
-1188
1495
1628

Note. FARMS = Free and Reduced-price Meals System; ESOL = English for Speakers of Other Languages. Results for American Indian or Alaskan Native and Native
Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander students are included with all students but are not reported separately. The SAT combined scores are the sums of unrounded subtest scores
and may differ by one point from combined scores calculated with rounded sums. Scores are based on most recent SAT test. Results are not reported (--) for groups with fewer
than ten graduates.
a
Includes graduates enrolled in special schools during Grade 12.

A-13

Attachment
Table A14
Most Recent Mean SAT Critical Reading, Math, and Writing Scores for the MCPS Class of 2012 by High School and Race/Ethnicity
Asian
High School
MCPSa
Bethesda-Chevy Chase
Blair
Blake
Churchill
Clarksburg
Damascus
Einstein
Gaithersburg
Walter Johnson
Kennedy
Magruder
Richard Montgomery
Northwest
Northwood
Paint Branch
Poolesville
Quince Orchard
Rockville
Seneca Valley
Sherwood
Springbrook
Watkins Mill
Wheaton
Whitman
Wootton

Critical
Reading

Math

571
534
601
514
617
524
542
505
522
549
473
548
615
552
459
521
668
568
493
525
534
532
512
446
611
619

623
582
649
567
664
584
568
547
561
651
539
589
652
593
503
556
708
633
540
591
604
575
563
501
668
681

Black or African American
Writing

Critical
Reading

Math

582
523
602
531
641
538
558
538
519
574
467
547
616
562
454
538
681
575
509
528
548
534
525
435
623
638

465
469
452
462
512
457
519
488
469
489
450
485
498
478
457
459
552
459
466
459
459
440
475
440
490
495

464
468
453
444
537
454
529
470
474
495
456
493
485
473
451
461
563
456
467
443
459
451
447
456
474
500

Hispanic/Latino

Writing

Critical
Reading

Math

460
465
444
448
514
452
533
483
462
491
450
478
498
471
444
458
534
448
495
466
453
432
483
433
498
499

489
519
482
467
584
504
528
495
464
530
445
472
501
506
457
413
531
497
465
479
493
447
490
429
567
553

502
534
496
456
599
505
557
496
475
541
453
484
509
526
484
442
565
514
480
472
504
446
522
458
587
568

White

Writing

Critical
Reading

Math

492
527
474
477
594
500
544
490
460
519
446
473
518
509
457
423
546
500
465
483
491
442
506
434
586
566

587
625
651
553
602
536
541
590
548
605
558
557
630
562
593
552
614
561
541
551
554
600
577
503
624
585

595
623
647
559
621
543
567
579
559
606
561
574
617
567
563
565
613
579
561
545
574
565
586
541
639
612

Two or More Races
Writing

Critical
Reading

Math

Writing

583
621
635
559
610
516
545
585
526
603
546
554
619
557
562
553
594
564
533
545
557
573
541
493
625
596

564
-585
-625
548
547
479
518
596
495
501
602
593
-535
613
646
491
497
501
-567
-656
625

574
-598
-650
557
593
464
566
593
498
518
577
597
-537
614
620
473
509
524
-599
-674
643

562
-574
-644
533
580
473
485
587
508
490
605
595
-505
627
661
476
506
500
-546
-647
631

Note. Results for American Indian or Alaskan Native and Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander students are not reported separately but are included with all students.
The SAT combined score calculated from the sums of rounded subtest score means may differ by one point from the SAT combined score calculated with unrounded sums.
Scores are based on most recent SAT test. Results are not reported (--) for groups with fewer than ten graduates.
a
Includes graduates enrolled in special schools during Grade 12.

A-14

Attachment

Table A15
Most Recent Mean SAT Critical Reading, Math, and Writing Scores for the MCPS Class of 2012 by High School, Gender, and Service Group
Male
High School
MCPSa
Bethesda-Chevy Chase
Blair
Blake
Churchill
Clarksburg
Damascus
Einstein
Gaithersburg
Walter Johnson
Kennedy
Magruder
Richard Montgomery
Northwest
Northwood
Paint Branch
Poolesville
Quince Orchard
Rockville
Seneca Valley
Sherwood
Springbrook
Watkins Mill
Wheaton
Whitman
Wootton

Critical
Reading

Math

547
584
551
498
592
509
530
524
506
582
474
536
583
538
527
486
618
553
508
501
531
475
530
438
620
598

579
600
581
527
638
541
574
549
525
614
512
571
607
561
541
512
654
592
541
525
566
504
564
477
647
655

Female
Writing

Critical
Reading

Math

536
566
533
488
593
492
525
510
474
573
464
523
577
527
500
477
600
547
496
499
523
462
510
420
610
597

544
578
559
499
607
512
547
536
501
570
457
518
597
531
496
489
624
535
495
512
534
483
507
441
607
591

543
571
554
479
612
508
558
517
512
569
454
521
586
532
477
494
619
536
496
493
541
477
507
459
621
615

FARMS
Writing

Critical
Reading

Math

553
593
561
506
632
513
563
542
506
579
462
527
597
538
489
501
624
547
513
516
548
480
520
459
623
618

447
454
436
455
459
453
499
472
444
457
434
441
449
488
454
443
562
451
428
432
459
420
466
430
-497

466
467
466
450
488
464
535
466
474
503
475
462
463
489
463
459
565
473
450
441
488
426
483
465
-558

Special Education
Writing

Critical
Reading

Math

447
446
428
446
486
455
511
461
454
480
452
457
453
486
440
447
550
454
422
434
464
406
476
428
-527

460
472
492
402
525
371
547
436
530
495
403
394
429
437
524
320
602
481
383
354
428
367
340
414
541
460

470
454
505
386
539
401
550
430
450
490
408
419
444
473
517
367
584
462
445
358
437
392
390
480
528
476

ESOL

Writing

Critical
Reading

Math

Writing

442
444
458
389
508
376
485
372
418
474
430
373
440
432
474
324
566
444
386
354
393
366
520
364
524
457

385
363
313
-----373
448
391
400
348
-------287
465
-373
430
466

483
423
401
-----445
562
453
430
488
-------453
315
-425
601
666

400
365
331
-----400
474
433
340
363
-------293
380
-390
464
496

Note. FARMS = Free and Reduced-price Meals System; ESOL = English for Speakers of Other Languages. The SAT combined score calculated from the sums of rounded
subtest score means may differ by one point from the SAT combined score calculated with unrounded sums. Scores are based on most recent SAT test. Results are not reported
(--) for groups with fewer than ten graduates.
a
Includes graduates enrolled in special schools during Grade 12.

A-15

Attachment

Table B1
SAT Participation and Highest Mean SAT Critical Reading, Math, Writing, and Combined Scores in One Administration for the
MCPS Class of 2012 by Student Group
Student Group
MCPS

N Graduates
10,322

N Took SAT
7,299

% Took SAT
70.7

Critical Reading
551

Math
565

Writing
552

Combined Score
1667

Male
Female

5,145
5,177

3,492
3,807

67.9
73.5

552
549

583
548

542
560

1678
1657

Asian
Black or African American
Hispanic/Latino
White
Two or More Races

1,564
2,248
2,199
3,962
323

1,357
1,427
1,048
3,193
257

86.8
63.5
47.7
80.6
79.6

578
470
495
591
570

629
468
505
599
577

589
466
499
590
567

1796
1405
1500
1780
1714

FARMS
Special Education
ESOL

2,303
877
288

1,085
300
76

47.1
34.2
26.4

452
465
388

470
473
490

453
448
406

1374
1386
1284

Note. FARMS = Free and Reduced-price Meals System; ESOL = English for Speakers of Other Languages. Results for American Indian or Alaskan Native and Native
Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander students are included with all students but are not reported separately. The SAT combined score calculated from the sums of rounded
subtest score means may differ by one point from the SAT combined score calculated with unrounded sums. Scores are based on the highest SAT score in one testing
administration.

A-16

Attachment
Table B2
Highest Mean SAT Critical Reading, Math, Writing, and Combined Scores in One Administration for the MCPS Class of 2012 by High School
High School
MCPSa
Bethesda-Chevy Chase
Blair
Blake
Churchill
Clarksburg
Damascus
Einstein
Gaithersburg
Walter Johnson
Kennedy
Magruder
Richard Montgomery
Northwest
Northwood
Paint Branch
Poolesville
Quince Orchard
Rockville
Seneca Valley
Sherwood
Springbrook
Watkins Mill
Wheaton
Whitman
Wootton

Critical Reading

Math

Writing

Combined Score

551
588
559
507
605
515
548
534
507
583
470
532
596
539
516
493
626
550
506
512
537
484
526
441
619
600

565
590
571
504
630
529
568
535
523
597
482
550
600
549
509
505
639
568
526
510
560
494
539
472
635
639

552
585
554
507
617
511
550
536
500
583
467
530
595
540
502
498
620
555
511
514
539
476
521
440
625
615

1667
1763
1684
1518
1852
1556
1666
1604
1530
1763
1420
1612
1790
1628
1527
1496
1885
1673
1543
1536
1636
1454
1586
1353
1879
1854

Note. The SAT combined scores are the sums of unrounded subtest scores and may differ by one point from combined scores calculated with rounded sums. Scores are based
on the highest SAT score in one testing administration.
a
Includes graduates enrolled in special schools during Grade 12.

A-17

Attachment

Table B3
Highest Mean SAT Combined Score in One Administration for the MCPS Class of 2012 by High School and Student Group
High School
MCPSa
Bethesda-Chevy Chase
Blair
Blake
Churchill
Clarksburg
Damascus
Einstein
Gaithersburg
Walter Johnson
Kennedy
Magruder
Richard Montgomery
Northwest
Northwood
Paint Branch
Poolesville
Quince Orchard
Rockville
Seneca Valley
Sherwood
Springbrook
Watkins Mill
Wheaton
Whitman
Wootton

Asian
1796
1670
1867
1642
1939
1667
1691
1598
1625
1802
1498
1697
1895
1719
1450
1634
2072
1786
1574
1653
1713
1667
1642
1397
1922
1960

Black or
African
American
1405
1412
1368
1370
1578
1379
1585
1456
1428
1497
1368
1474
1493
1443
1368
1394
1658
1369
1447
1384
1388
1338
1423
1338
1468
1505

Hispanic/
Latino
1500
1598
1463
1436
1797
1533
1641
1491
1419
1612
1358
1443
1541
1555
1409
1296
1672
1529
1423
1444
1498
1337
1531
1325
1768
1715

White
1780
1885
1944
1691
1849
1610
1669
1770
1643
1831
1673
1697
1884
1702
1735
1685
1835
1721
1652
1655
1696
1748
1712
1536
1902
1805

Two or
More
Races
1714
-1766
-1934
1660
1735
1423
1589
1789
1511
1527
1821
1790
-1580
1869
1927
1460
1527
1552
-1729
-1980
1908

Male
1678
1767
1678
1531
1838
1562
1644
1599
1523
1784
1460
1642
1782
1640
1590
1493
1888
1707
1562
1537
1632
1455
1627
1347
1895
1864

Female
1657
1759
1690
1509
1868
1550
1685
1607
1537
1742
1388
1581
1797
1617
1474
1499
1882
1632
1522
1535
1639
1454
1550
1361
1865
1845

FARMS
1374
1387
1344
1380
1448
1398
1548
1401
1388
1457
1372
1376
1376
1478
1371
1370
1683
1387
1308
1322
1418
1263
1446
1332
-1589

Special
Education
1386
1391
1470
1208
1578
1153
1582
1268
1424
1482
1240
1198
1318
1344
1515
1017
1790
1414
1219
1066
1275
1132
1250
1271
1608
1411

ESOL
1284
1150
1066
-----1230
1534
1301
1170
1203
-------1033
1160
-1193
1519
1628

Note. FARMS = Free and Reduced-price Meals System; ESOL = English for Speakers of Other Languages. Results for American Indian or Alaskan Native and Native
Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander students are included with all students but are not reported separately. The SAT combined scores are the sums of unrounded subtest scores
and may differ by one point from combined scores calculated with rounded sums. Scores are based on the highest SAT score in one testing administration. Results are not
reported (--) for groups with fewer than ten graduates.
a
Includes graduates enrolled in special schools during Grade 12.

A-18

Attachment

Table B4
Highest Mean SAT Critical Reading, Math, and Writing Scores in One Administration for the MCPS Class of 2012
by High School and Race/Ethnicity
Asian
High School
MCPSa
Bethesda-Chevy Chase
Blair
Blake
Churchill
Clarksburg
Damascus
Einstein
Gaithersburg
Walter Johnson
Kennedy
Magruder
Richard Montgomery
Northwest
Northwood
Paint Branch
Poolesville
Quince Orchard
Rockville
Seneca Valley
Sherwood
Springbrook
Watkins Mill
Wheaton
Whitman
Wootton

Critical
Reading

Math

578
542
607
525
624
530
546
508
529
560
480
551
619
555
475
529
674
568
504
523
544
540
526
452
617
627

629
592
655
575
670
590
574
551
570
660
542
594
657
595
508
562
715
634
553
589
613
585
580
508
671
687

Black or African American
Writing

Critical
Reading

Math

589
537
606
543
644
547
571
539
525
582
475
552
618
570
467
544
683
585
518
541
556
542
536
437
634
645

470
475
459
468
515
461
531
496
474
502
455
489
501
484
462
463
571
463
470
466
461
448
486
441
496
499

468
469
456
448
538
459
524
477
479
499
459
500
486
481
454
464
567
455
481
449
465
456
452
460
469
503

Hispanic/Latino

Writing

Critical
Reading

Math

466
469
453
454
525
459
530
483
475
495
454
485
506
477
452
466
520
451
496
470
461
435
486
437
503
503

495
527
488
481
590
513
541
495
468
536
452
480
506
515
459
416
530
506
467
480
496
448
500
430
586
561

505
541
497
461
602
515
558
498
483
549
453
486
513
524
489
446
577
511
485
478
512
446
523
459
588
574

White

Writing

Critical
Reading

Math

499
530
479
494
605
506
542
498
469
527
453
477
523
516
461
434
565
512
471
486
490
443
508
436
593
581

591
630
651
561
607
540
549
589
548
611
562
561
635
567
600
558
617
567
546
557
557
598
575
503
628
588

599
627
650
565
626
546
571
588
563
609
563
575
622
570
564
568
617
582
564
548
578
571
592
541
642
616

Two or More Races
Writing

Critical
Reading

Math

Writing

590
627
642
565
617
525
549
593
532
611
548
560
627
565
571
559
601
572
542
551
561
579
545
493
632
601

570
-582
-632
557
572
477
526
598
505
511
613
595
-542
621
646
491
502
530
-577
-664
624

577
-603
-659
567
583
471
561
596
505
523
585
598
-539
611
620
479
512
524
-590
-671
644

567
-580
-642
537
580
474
502
595
501
493
623
596
-499
637
661
490
513
498
-561
-645
639

Note. Results for American Indian or Alaskan Native and Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander students are not reported separately but are included with all students. The
SAT combined score calculated from the sums of rounded subtest score means may differ by one point from the SAT combined score calculated with unrounded sums. Scores
are based on the highest SAT score in one testing administration. Results are not reported (--) for groups with fewer than ten graduates.
a
Includes graduates enrolled in special schools during Grade 12.

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Attachment

Table B5
Highest Mean SAT Critical Reading, Math, and Writing Scores in One Administration for the MCPS Class of 2012
by High School, Gender, and Service Group
Male
High School
MCPSa
Bethesda-Chevy Chase
Blair
Blake
Churchill
Clarksburg
Damascus
Einstein
Gaithersburg
Walter Johnson
Kennedy
Magruder
Richard Montgomery
Northwest
Northwood
Paint Branch
Poolesville
Quince Orchard
Rockville
Seneca Valley
Sherwood
Springbrook
Watkins Mill
Wheaton
Whitman
Wootton

Critical
Reading

Math

552
591
557
506
596
513
541
527
509
589
479
538
586
543
533
494
623
559
513
505
534
482
537
441
627
601

583
604
583
531
642
548
576
552
532
619
514
577
613
563
546
514
658
594
544
528
572
507
570
481
651
659

Female
Writing

Critical
Reading

Math

542
572
538
494
600
500
527
520
482
577
466
527
583
535
511
485
607
555
505
505
527
466
520
424
616
604

549
585
562
508
614
517
554
537
505
578
463
527
603
536
502
493
628
539
499
517
540
486
516
441
612
600

548
576
558
485
616
512
562
526
516
574
457
522
590
537
479
498
625
537
505
497
546
484
513
460
620
620

FARMS
Writing

Critical
Reading

Math

560
599
570
516
638
520
570
545
516
590
468
532
604
544
494
508
629
556
518
521
554
484
522
461
632
625

452
458
440
464
469
456
515
471
449
462
443
450
455
494
458
452
563
458
426
440
458
422
481
432
-503

470
478
469
460
490
475
527
465
475
510
473
463
464
491
469
464
580
468
459
446
491
432
483
468
-559

Special Education
Writing

Critical
Reading

Math

453
451
435
456
489
467
506
465
465
485
456
462
457
493
444
454
540
461
423
437
469
409
483
432
-527

465
485
498
424
526
370
547
436
538
497
403
406
433
438
524
336
616
489
377
354
428
377
340
415
549
458

473
456
509
396
546
406
550
440
456
498
408
416
443
472
517
360
596
472
446
358
438
378
390
475
531
484

ESOL

Writing

Critical
Reading

Math

Writing

448
451
463
388
506
377
485
392
430
487
430
376
442
435
474
321
578
453
396
354
408
378
520
381
528
468

388
363
321
-----365
464
401
400
350
-------287
465
-363
432
466

490
423
405
-----448
589
460
430
485
-------453
315
-440
612
666

406
365
340
-----418
481
440
340
368
-------293
380
-390
475
496

Note. FARMS = Free and Reduced-price Meals System; ESOL = English for Speakers of Other Languages. The SAT combined score calculated from the sums of rounded
subtest score means may differ by one point from the SAT combined score calculated with unrounded sums. Scores are based on the highest SAT score in one testing
administration. Results are not reported (--) for groups with fewer than ten graduates.
a
Includes graduates enrolled in special schools during Grade 12.

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Attachment
Table C1
SAT and/or ACT Participation and Performance and the Attainment of Key 7 for the MCPS Classes of 2010–2012
by Student Group (Highest SAT/ACT Scores in One Administration)
Mean
Mean
N
%
N
%
N Took
% Took
N
%
SAT
N
%
ACT
Took
Took
Took
Took
SAT
SAT
N
%
N
Took
Took
Combined
Took
Took
Composite
SAT
SAT
ACT
ACT
and/or
and/or
Met
Met
Student Group
Year Graduates
SAT
SAT
Score
ACT
ACT
Score
Only
Only
Only
Only
ACT
ACT
Key 7
Key 7b
2010
10,352
7,333
70.8
1661
3,049
29.5
23
4,879
47.1
595
5.7
7,928
76.6
4,117
51.9
MCPSa
2011
10,158
7,174
70.6
1651
2,976
29.3
23
4,882
48.1
684
6.7
7,858
77.4
3,963
50.4
2012
10,322
7,299
70.7
1667
3,094
30.0
23
4,979
48.2
774
7.5
8,073
78.2
4,251
52.7
2010
5,299
3,600
67.9
1671
1,435
27.1
24
2,469
46.6
304
5.7
3,904
73.7
2,078
53.2
Male
2011
5,049
3,450
68.3
1662
1,337
26.5
24
2,440
48.3
327
6.5
3,777
74.8
1,940
51.4
2012
5,145
3,492
67.9
1678
1,386
26.9
24
2,493
48.5
387
7.5
3,879
75.4
2,095
54.0
2010
5,053
3,733
73.9
1651
1,614
31.9
23
2,410
47.7
291
5.8
4,024
79.6
2,039
50.7
Female
2011
5,109
3,724
72.9
1641
1,639
32.1
23
2,442
47.8
357
7.0
4,081
79.9
2,023
49.6
2012
5,177
3,807
73.5
1657
1,708
33.0
23
2,486
48.0
387
7.5
4,194
81.0
2,156
51.4
2010
1,647
1,382
83.9
1782
359
21.8
26
1,068
64.8
45
2.7
1,427
86.6
932
65.3
Asian
2011
1,508
1,294
85.8
1777
332
22.0
26
1,000
66.3
38
2.5
1,332
88.3
855
64.2
2012
1,564
1,357
86.8
1796
373
23.8
26
1,043
66.7
59
3.8
1,416
90.5
964
68.1
2010
2,170
1,348
62.1
1403
607
28.0
18
904
41.7
163
7.5
1,511
69.6
259
17.1
Black or African
2011
2,228
1,404
63.0
1397
640
28.7
18
968
43.4
204
9.2
1,608
72.2
280
17.4
American
2012
2,248
1,427
63.5
1405
718
31.9
18
940
41.8
231
10.3
1,658
73.8
306
18.5
2010
2,004
967
48.3
1480
406
20.3
20
680
33.9
119
5.9
1,086
54.2
281
25.9
Hispanic/Latino
2011
2,084
1,003
48.1
1487
398
19.1
20
740
35.5
135
6.5
1,138
54.6
303
26.6
2012
2,199
1,048
47.7
1500
414
18.8
20
779
35.4
145
6.6
1,193
54.3
346
29.0
2010
4,202
3,384
80.5
1763
1,576
37.5
26
2,053
48.9
245
5.8
3,629
86.4
2,493
68.7
White
2011
3,986
3,211
80.6
1760
1,498
37.6
26
1,993
50.0
280
7.0
3,491
87.6
2,365
67.7
2012
3,962
3,193
80.6
1780
1,485
37.5
26
2,024
51.1
316
8.0
3,509
88.6
2,474
70.5
2010
295
227
76.9
1696
96
32.5
24
153
51.9
22
7.5
249
84.4
138
55.4
Two or More
2011
323
243
75.2
1702
99
30.7
24
170
52.6
26
8.0
269
83.3
152
56.5
Races
2012
323
257
79.6
1714
101
31.3
24
178
55.1
22
6.8
279
86.4
153
54.8
2010
1,962
958
48.8
1387
464
23.6
18
647
33.0
153
7.8
1,111
56.6
165
14.9
FARMS
2011
2,114
1,039
49.1
1381
516
24.4
18
716
33.9
193
9.1
1,232
58.3
194
15.7
2012
2,303
1,085
47.1
1374
565
24.5
18
768
33.3
248
10.8
1,333
57.9
188
14.1
2010
855
288
33.7
1385
186
21.8
19
186
21.8
84
9.8
372
43.5
87
23.4
Special
2011
927
324
35.0
1364
232
25.0
19
201
21.7
109
11.8
433
46.7
110
25.4
Education
2012
877
300
34.2
1386
207
23.6
20
197
22.5
104
11.9
404
46.1
106
26.2
2010
319
77
24.1
1266
24
7.5
16
66
20.7
13
4.1
90
28.2
6
6.7
ESOL
2011
279
55
19.7
1217
35
12.5
16
45
16.1
25
9.0
80
28.7
4
5.0
2012
288
76
26.4
1284
44
15.3
16
57
19.8
25
8.7
101
35.1
11
10.9
Note. FARMS = Free and Reduced-price Meals System; ESOL = English for Speakers of Other Languages. Results for American Indian or Alaskan Native and Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific
Islander students are included with all students but are not reported separately. The SAT combined scores and ACT composite scores are the sums of unrounded subtest scores and may differ by one
point from combined scores calculated with rounded sums. Key 7 is met by attaining highest SAT combined scores of 1650 or higher in one test administration or highest ACT composite scores of 24
or higher.
a
Includes graduates enrolled in special schools during Grade 12.
b
Percentage of meeting Key 7 is based on SAT and/or ACT test takers.

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Attachment
Table C2
SAT and/or ACT Participation and Performance and the Attainment of Key 7 for the MCPS Classes of 2010–2012
by High School (Highest SAT/ACT scores in One Administration)

High School
MCPSa
BethesdaChevy Chase
Blair

Blake

Churchill

Clarksburg

Damascus

Einstein

Gaithersburg
Walter
Johnson
Kennedy

Magruder
Richard
Montgomery

Year
2010
2011
2012
2010
2011
2012
2010
2011
2012
2010
2011
2012
2010
2011
2012
2010
2011
2012
2010
2011
2012
2010
2011
2012
2010
2011
2012
2010
2011
2012
2010
2011
2012
2010
2011
2012
2010
2011
2012

N
Graduates
10,352
10,158
10,322
425
416
454
619
590
659
397
431
437
536
495
527
380
369
399
368
323
321
328
329
348
429
413
398
469
489
541
323
342
350
487
409
443
514
471
497

N
Took
SAT
7,333
7,174
7,299
336
352
371
471
470
493
275
333
349
461
412
433
259
240
279
257
214
206
166
142
167
260
239
235
368
391
454
175
187
201
345
280
292
376
372
395

%
Took
SAT
70.8
70.6
70.7
79.1
84.6
81.7
76.1
79.7
74.8
69.3
77.3
79.9
86.0
83.2
82.2
68.2
65.0
69.9
69.8
66.3
64.2
50.6
43.2
48.0
60.6
57.9
59.0
78.5
80.0
83.9
54.2
54.7
57.4
70.8
68.5
65.9
73.2
79.0
79.5

Mean
SAT
Combined
Score
1661
1651
1667
1745
1755
1763
1728
1737
1684
1551
1490
1518
1835
1841
1852
1511
1559
1556
1638
1658
1666
1615
1618
1604
1501
1514
1530
1761
1765
1763
1456
1425
1420
1580
1592
1612
1768
1782
1790

N
Took
ACT
3,049
2,976
3,094
186
160
167
135
123
104
101
98
95
218
219
201
86
128
139
126
113
106
92
116
85
83
88
88
148
126
167
76
66
66
106
86
114
123
102
119

%
Took
ACT
29.5
29.3
30.0
43.8
38.5
36.8
21.8
20.8
15.8
25.4
22.7
21.7
40.7
44.2
38.1
22.6
34.7
34.8
34.2
35.0
33.0
28.0
35.3
24.4
19.3
21.3
22.1
31.6
25.8
30.9
23.5
19.3
18.9
21.8
21.0
25.7
23.9
21.7
23.9

Mean
ACT
Composite
Score
23
23
23
25
25
25
24
25
24
22
21
20
27
27
27
20
21
21
22
23
22
20
19
20
20
22
22
25
26
25
19
19
19
22
24
24
27
27
27
Continued

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N
Took
SAT
Only
4,879
4,882
4,979
189
221
242
349
360
405
189
249
273
281
243
293
191
146
160
154
126
131
109
87
125
192
159
161
247
292
316
121
138
156
255
205
197
261
279
295

%
Took
SAT
Only
47.1
48.1
48.2
44.5
53.1
53.3
56.4
61.0
61.5
47.6
57.8
62.5
52.4
49.1
55.6
50.3
39.6
40.1
41.8
39.0
40.8
33.2
26.4
35.9
44.8
38.5
40.5
52.7
59.7
58.4
37.5
40.4
44.6
52.4
50.1
44.5
50.8
59.2
59.4

N
Took
ACT
Only
595
684
774
39
29
38
13
13
16
15
14
19
38
50
61
18
34
20
23
25
31
35
61
43
15
8
14
27
27
29
22
17
21
16
11
19
8
9
19

%
Took
ACT
Only
5.7
6.7
7.5
9.2
7.0
8.4
2.1
2.2
2.4
3.8
3.2
4.3
7.1
10.1
11.6
4.7
9.2
5.0
6.3
7.7
9.7
10.7
18.5
12.4
3.5
1.9
3.5
5.8
5.5
5.4
6.8
5.0
6.0
3.3
2.7
4.3
1.6
1.9
3.8

N Took
SAT
and/or
ACT
7,928
7,858
8,073
375
381
409
484
483
509
290
347
368
499
462
494
277
274
299
280
239
237
201
203
210
275
247
249
395
418
483
197
204
222
361
291
311
384
381
414

% Took
SAT
and/or
ACT
76.6
77.4
78.2
88.2
91.6
90.1
78.2
81.9
77.2
73.0
80.5
84.2
93.1
93.3
93.7
72.9
74.3
74.9
76.1
74.0
73.8
61.3
61.7
60.3
64.1
59.8
62.6
84.2
85.5
89.3
61.0
59.6
63.4
74.1
71.1
70.2
74.7
80.9
83.3

N
Met
Key 7
4,117
3,963
4,251
245
256
286
273
265
267
118
112
127
401
374
391
83
108
117
133
123
117
77
64
80
74
82
86
266
291
326
44
42
40
158
129
154
237
238
263

%
Met
Key 7b
51.9
50.4
52.7
65.3
67.2
69.9
56.4
54.9
52.5
40.7
32.3
34.5
80.4
81.0
79.1
30.0
39.4
39.1
47.5
51.5
49.4
38.3
31.5
38.1
26.9
33.2
34.5
67.3
69.6
67.5
22.3
20.6
18.0
43.8
44.3
49.5
61.7
62.5
63.5

Attachment
Table C2
SAT and/or ACT Participation and Performance and the Attainment of Key 7 for the MCPS Classes of 2010–2012
by High School (Highest SAT/ACT scores in One Administration)
Mean
Mean
N
%
N
%
N Took
% Took
N
%
SAT
N
%
ACT
Took
Took
Took
Took
SAT
SAT
N
%
N
Took
Took
Combined
Took
Took
Composite
SAT
SAT
ACT
ACT
and/or
and/or
Met
Met
High School
Year
Graduates
SAT
SAT
Score
ACT
ACT
Score
Only
Only
Only
Only
ACT
ACT
Key 7
Key 7b
2010
456
336
73.7
1556
93
20.4
21
253
55.5
10
2.2
346
75.9
141
40.8
Northwest
2011
486
325
66.9
1576
76
15.6
22
269
55.3
20
4.1
345
71.0
143
41.4
2012
468
322
68.8
1628
90
19.2
22
245
52.4
13
2.8
335
71.6
172
51.3
2010
266
130
48.9
1500
70
26.3
21
92
34.6
32
12.0
162
60.9
51
31.5
Northwood
2011
285
149
52.3
1460
98
34.4
19
93
32.6
42
14.7
191
67.0
41
21.5
2012
279
151
54.1
1527
90
32.3
19
95
34.1
34
12.2
185
66.3
57
30.8
2010
435
316
72.6
1553
82
18.9
22
250
57.5
16
3.7
332
76.3
124
37.3
Paint Branch
2011
434
330
76.0
1481
69
15.9
21
269
62.0
8
1.8
338
77.9
91
26.9
2012
404
310
76.7
1496
55
13.6
20
260
64.4
5
1.2
315
78.0
101
32.1
2010
272
236
86.8
1825
141
51.8
27
106
39.0
11
4.0
247
90.8
185
74.9
Poolesville
2011
267
232
86.9
1857
108
40.4
27
129
48.3
5
1.9
237
88.8
183
77.2
2012
268
231
86.2
1885
110
41.0
27
137
51.1
16
6.0
247
92.2
194
78.5
2010
417
275
65.9
1644
146
35.0
23
163
39.1
34
8.2
309
74.1
167
54.0
Quince
2011
420
286
68.1
1634
129
30.7
22
184
43.8
27
6.4
313
74.5
163
52.1
Orchard
2012
375
259
69.1
1673
142
37.9
24
151
40.3
34
9.1
293
78.1
162
55.3
2010
267
190
71.2
1604
69
25.8
21
135
50.6
14
5.2
204
76.4
89
43.6
Rockville
2011
283
195
68.9
1543
64
22.6
21
144
50.9
13
4.6
208
73.5
75
36.1
2012
278
211
75.9
1543
54
19.4
23
162
58.3
5
1.8
216
77.7
86
39.8
2010
282
182
64.5
1534
52
18.4
21
145
51.4
15
5.3
197
69.9
70
35.5
Seneca Valley 2011
283
175
61.8
1447
76
26.9
20
122
43.1
23
8.1
198
70.0
46
23.2
2012
311
175
56.3
1536
113
36.3
20
101
32.5
39
12.5
214
68.8
70
32.7
2010
510
396
77.6
1621
169
33.1
23
250
49.0
23
4.5
419
82.2
203
48.4
Sherwood
2011
505
389
77.0
1607
153
30.3
23
261
51.7
25
5.0
414
82.0
207
50.0
2012
510
393
77.1
1636
198
38.8
23
217
42.5
22
4.3
415
81.4
212
51.1
2010
401
276
68.8
1522
122
30.4
19
179
44.6
25
6.2
301
75.1
98
32.6
Springbrook
2011
393
274
69.7
1477
105
26.7
19
191
48.6
22
5.6
296
75.3
89
30.1
2012
366
273
74.6
1454
103
28.1
20
178
48.6
8
2.2
281
76.8
82
29.2
2010
312
170
54.5
1498
100
32.1
19
104
33.3
34
10.9
204
65.4
58
28.4
Watkins Mill
2011
353
148
41.9
1519
139
39.4
19
90
25.5
81
22.9
229
64.9
48
21.0
2012
348
92
26.4
1586
170
48.9
18
60
17.2
138
39.7
230
66.1
43
18.7
2010
300
155
51.7
1399
92
30.7
19
96
32.0
33
11.0
188
62.7
28
14.9
Wheaton
2011
251
132
52.6
1361
63
25.1
20
93
37.1
24
9.6
156
62.2
32
20.5
2012
264
123
46.6
1353
68
25.8
20
85
32.2
30
11.4
153
58.0
20
13.1
2010
468
393
84.0
1891
162
34.6
27
273
58.3
42
9.0
435
92.9
351
80.7
Whitman
2011
461
403
87.4
1870
168
36.4
27
270
58.6
35
7.6
438
95.0
342
78.1
2012
452
390
86.3
1879
167
36.9
27
262
58.0
39
8.6
429
94.9
360
83.9
2010
614
520
84.7
1838
268
43.6
27
289
47.1
37
6.0
557
90.7
438
78.6
Wootton
2011
599
494
82.5
1817
301
50.3
27
254
42.4
61
10.2
555
92.7
413
74.4
2012
583
488
83.7
1854
283
48.5
27
266
45.6
61
10.5
549
94.2
435
79.2
Note. The SAT combined scores and ACT composite scores are the sums of unrounded subtest scores and may differ by one point from combined scores calculated with rounded sums. Key 7 is met
by attaining highest SAT combined scores of 1650 or higher in one test administration or highest ACT composite scores of 24 or higher.
a
Includes graduates enrolled in special schools during Grade 12.
b
Percentage of meeting Key 7 is based on SAT and/or ACT test takers.

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