National Test Scores for CCHS

College Readiness

The latest published statistics available show that 53% of the Cherokee County public school students were  HOPE eligible, while 86% of the graduates from Cherokee Christian High School were eligible for the HOPE Scholarship.1

The SAT test is given to seniors and the chart illustrates the superior scores that CCHS students are achieving. When thinking about comparisons to the county, state, and country, it is important to note that only 59% of the students in our county took the SAT test, while 100% of the CCHS students take the test. Therefore, we are comparing all of the CCHS results to only a select group of the county schools.2

 

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Did You Know?

The top three destinations for CCHS graduates are UGA, Georgia Tech and KSU!

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What are the top five Georgia public high schools with the highest SAT scores?

#1 (1848) Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science and Technology
#2 (1784) Northview HS
#3 (1748) Walton HS
#4 (1708) Columbus HS
#5 (1702) Davidson Fine Arts 3

How do Cherokee Christian High School’s SAT scores compare to the top five GA Public high schools?

Cherokee Christian High Schools’s 2016 SAT scores (1793) would place CCHS at #2 in the state
compared to the top five public high schools.

If you compare the scores of the graduating Cherokee Christian STEM students (1927) to the scores of the Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science and Technology (1848), Cherokee Christian would be #1 in the state.

If you consider the SAT scores for students who have attended Cherokee Christian High School for grades 9-12, the average SAT score for those students is 1846!

If you consider the top 25% scores of CCHS students, the average score is 2053.

BIBLIOGRAPHY
12015 for CCSD; 2016 For CCHS
2Taken from the CCSD report on SAT for class of 2015
32015 AJC report on high schools with the highest SAT scores:
    http://www.myajc.com/gallery/news/local-education/2015-sat-georgias-highest-scoring-schools/gCWd7/#8043089
4Info taken from AP report from CollegeBoard.com https://gaawards.gosa.ga.gov/analytics/saw.dll?PortalPages