By Associated Press
Oklahoma City – OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Schools in Oklahoma City, Edmond and Norman have the state's top average composite ACT exam scores for 2010.
State Department of Education officials released the school-by-school ACT numbers on Thursday. The college admission and placement test is graded on a scale from 0 to 36.
The Oklahoma School for Science and Mathematics in Oklahoma City had the top average composite score, with a 31.4.
Edmond North High School was next at 24.3, while Classen School for Advanced Studies in Oklahoma City was at 24.2, Norman North High School was at 24.0 and Jenks High School was at 23.7.
For a complete list of Oklahoma ACT scores, visit http://www.sde.state.ok.us/Services/News/2010/ACT_Data_2010.pdf
The average composite score for Oklahoma students taking the test remained steady this year at 20.7 with 73 percent participation, while the national average is 21.0 with a 47 percent participation.