Hillsdale Academy Outperforms More Than 99 Percent of Michigan Public Schools on SAT
HILLSDALE, Mich., Sept. 21, 2017 : Hillsdale Academy announced its students in the class of 2018 scored an average of 1267 out of 1600 on the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) administered in April. This ranks Academy students well above 99 percent of Michigan public school SAT scores, according to Michigan Department of Education's 2016-2017 reports.
"We are proud of our students. They consistently place in the top percentiles of all standardized exams, such as the ACT, the PSAT, the SAT, and the Iowa Test of Basic Skills," said Dr. Ken Calvert, Hillsdale Academy headmaster. "Of the 800 private and public high schools in Michigan, Hillsdale Academy consistently places among the top five high schools. Hillsdale Academy out-performs all of the schools in our region."

Additionally, Hillsdale Academy's average score was the highest reported for high schools in Hillsdale County. Michigan schools' statewide average SAT score for 2016-2017 was 1008.

The College Board SAT, a nationally recognized test of college readiness, was given to high school juniors across the state in April 2017 as part of the Michigan Merit Examination. The MME uses three testing components to assess 11th grade and eligible 12th grade students according to Michigan high school standards. The three elements of the exam are:
•College Board SAT
•WorkKeys job skills assessments in reading, mathematics and locating information
•Michigan-developed Science and Social Studies M-STEP

Hillsdale Academy's students regularly perform in the highest percentiles of standardized testing and go on to pursue high-caliber post-secondary education. The nationally acclaimed school's classical liberal arts curriculum is a model for schools nationwide and is currently in use by more than 300 schools.

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