Gwinnett County Public Schools students overall outperformed their counterparts across the rest of Georgia and the nation on the ACT while also continuing a streak of rising composite scores during the 2016-17 school year.
The school system released data on its average ACT composite score on Friday, as well as school-level average scores. The data shows the district’s students had an average score of 22.6, which is up from 22.3 during the 2015-16 school year. It’s also above the 21.4 average composite for Georgia and the average national score of 21, district officials said in a statement.
Gwinnett County Public Schools outrank Georgia, nation on ACT scores