District SAT Scores Ranked Among Top 20 of Schools in the Region
Keystone Oaks High School students scored an average of 1,568 on the fall 2016 SAT exam, earning them a spot in the top 20 schools in the region.
Keystone Oaks students scored an average of 535 on the math SAT, 523 on the reading SAT and 510 on the writing SAT. This year’s SAT score increased by more than 60 points over the fall 2015 SAT score of 1,505.
“Over the past several years, Keystone Oaks School District has implemented new curriculum, redesigned and added new programs, and invested significant resources in professional development to better prepare our students, not only for these important exams, but also for post-secondary success,” said Superintendent Dr. William Stropkaj.
“The work our teachers and professional staff throughout the district have put in to providing more rigorous and engaging courses and programs is having a positive impact on student achievement,” he added.
The analysis, completed by the Pittsburgh Business Times, compared 120 high schools in western Pennsylvania. Click here to view the article.