Forsyth County students top region in ACT scores

John Thompson

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Alliance Academy of Innovation had the third-highest average ACT score in the state,(Photo/Forsyth County School District)

(Forsyth County, GA) Forsyth School Schoolsrecently released ACT test scores for the class of 2022, and the district announced that its students ranked at the top of the state.

“The district had the highest ACT average composite score (24.8) of metro-Atlanta counties, large school districts in Georgia, and school districts testing over 190 students,” the district announced.

Readers can view school and district results to see the complete list of rankings.

“Our teachers and staff continue to excel in preparing our students for college and career success,” said Forsyth County Schools Superintendent Dr. Jeff Bearden. “We congratulate our schools on this success and look forward to continuing to provide a safe, connected, and thriving community for all.”

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The news comes on the heels of SAT scores released in October, with Forsyth County students scoring at the top. The district’s average SAT score was 1172, which is 120 points above the state and 144 points above the national averages.

“Our teachers and staff lead the nation in preparing our students for opportunities beyond high school,” shared Bearden. “I am grateful for our FCS team and admire their commitment to excellence with the challenges we have faced in recent years. Our students are also to be congratulated for this accomplishment. They continue to make us proud well beyond their time in our schools.”

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