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Area Public School Grad Test Results
Monday, 27 June 2011

June 27--  Two of the smaller public high schools in the area had the best graduation test results this year.

Treutlen High School led the way on math and science tests while Wheeler County High School students did the best on English and Social Studies tests.

In math, 93% of Treutlen students passed followed by Vidalia High School with 81%, Wheeler with 80%, Montgomery County with 78% and Toombs County with 73%.

In science, 96% of Treutlen students passed followed by Vidalia with 92%, Wheeler with 91%, Toombs County with 87% and Montgomery County with 80%.

In English-Language Arts, 89% of Wheeler students passed followed by Vidalia with 87%, Treutlen with 85%, Montgomery County with 84% and Toombs County with 81%.

The lowest overall pass rates were in Social Studies led by Wheeler County with 84%, Toombs County with 78%, Truetlen and Montgomery with 76% and Vidalia with 72%.

Treulen students did better than the state average in math and science while Wheeler students had a better pass rate in Social Studies than the state average. All schools were lower than the state pass rate of 91% in math, and Toombs, Vidalia and Montgomery pass rates were also lower than the state pass rate in English, science and social studies.

High School

Eng

Math

Science

Soc Studies

Passed All

Toombs Co

81%

73%

87%

78%

62%

Vidalia

87%

81%

92%

72%

65%

Mont Co

84%

78%

80%

76%

68%

Treutlen Co

85%

93%

96%

76%

71%

Wheeler Co

89%

80%

91%

84%

71%

State

91%

84%

93%

80%

74%

 
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