Class of 2010: Classical, Christian School Students Best Their Peers on the SAT Exam

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Students in classical, Christian schools earn higher scores than their peers in independent, religious, and public schools on the critical reading and writing portions of the SAT exam. Classical, Christian school students are tied with their peers on the math portion of the SAT and again ahead of their fellow students in religious and public schools.

For more results from the 2010 standardized test and college admission survey, see Statistics at a Glance on the ACCS website.