(Salem, Ore.) – Oregon students who took the SAT exam during the 2016-17 school year continue to outperform their peers around the country, according to results released today by College Board, which administers the test. Oregon public school students had an average score of 555 on the Evidence-based Reading and Writing (ERW) test on a scale of 200 to 800, above the national average of 527. On the math portion of the test, Oregon students scored 543 compared to the national average score of 517.
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The Stanfield School District would like to congratulate the class of 2019! There are some very talented students who have made a huge impact on the community. Their success both inside and outside the classroom is well deserved. Thank you class of 2019 for making a difference!
Here's to your bright futures!
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