The Whitehall Ledger - Serving Southern Jefferson County in the Great State of Montana

By Jack H. Smith
Ledger Publisher 

Whitehall ACT scores on the rise

 


For the second consecutive year, ACT tests scores are up at Whitehall High School.

According to Principal Hannah Nieskens, the scores were better than 2016, which she said was a positive considering last year’s class set a high bar.

“In fact, the 2017 WHS juniors did better than any WHS junior class since the ACT became a mandatory test for all juniors statewide in 2013,” Nieskens said. “This year, the percentage of WHS juniors who achieved the ACT college readiness benchmark score increased on four of five tests - Math, Science, English, and Reading. The Writing subtest score held...



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