Columbia schools scored higher than the state average for the 2018-19 ACT, according to results released by the ACT on Wednesday.
The ACT, or the American College Test, is a standardized test which measures students’ performances in English, reading, mathematics and science. Students can then use their scores in the college admission process.
The composite score for the 1,137 Columbia Public Schools students who took the test was 21.1, Michelle Baumstark, district spokesperson, said.
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