Class of 2017 SAT Results

In March 2016, students took a redesigned SAT that included content, format and scoring changes. According to the College Board, the redesigned SAT prioritizes content that reflects the kind of reading and math students will encounter in college and their future work lives.

With the redesign, students receive two scores — Reading/Writing and Math — and a Total Score. Additionally, results are provided for each school, each division, each state, and, new for the SAT, a global mean is now reported. A 1600 is a perfect score on the SAT.

Students typically take the SAT in their junior and senior years. The College Board reports data by graduating class, and the below data is for the Class of 2017.

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2017 SAT Results

Average SAT Scores - New SAT 2017 WJCC, State and Global
Mean Total Score (400-1600)Reading and WritingMath
WJCCStateGlobalWJCCStateGlobalWJCCStateGlobal
2017113611021070576560538560541533
Average SAT Scores - New SAT 2017 WJCC High Schools
Mean Total Score (400-1600)Reading and WritingMath
JamestownLafayetteWarhillJamestownLafayetteWarhillJamestownLafayetteWarhill
2017116711211105591569561576552543

Because the SAT is now a new test, the above scores should not be compared to the below scores from previous graduating classes.

SAT Three-Year Summary

Year

Critical Reading Mathematics Writing

WJCC

State Nation WJCC State Nation WJCC State Nation

2014

532 515 492 530 512 501 504 493

478

2015

537

518

495

530

516

511

511

499

484

2016 539 520 494 543 517 508 514 498 482

By School

Year

Critical Reading Mathematics Writing
Jamestown Lafayette Warhill Jamestown Lafayette Warhill Jamestown Lafayette Warhill

2014

555 520 513 548 527 511 527 489

488

2015

559 527 519 543 526 515 538

501

485

2016 566 529 515 567 535 522 543 505 486