High School outperforms in English, underperforms in math and writing

Chart of SAT scores

Critical reading continues to be a bright spot for Fluvanna with students surpassing the national average by 18 points with an average score of 509.

In the area of mathematics, Fluvanna saw a 9 point increase with students earning an average score of 500 – below the state average of 510.

The high school also saw an eight-point gain in writing with an average score of 487 – below the state average of 492.

During the 2010-2011 school year, Fluvanna County High School had 64 students qualify for college credit by taking the Advanced Placement (AP) Exam. Sixty percent of tests taken earned a 3 or higher, slightly below the state and national averages of 64.4 and 61.5, respectively.

The area of English Language and Composition as well as English Literature and Composition continue to be strengths at the high school. Fluvanna students scored an average of 3.5 on English Language and Composition compared with a 2.9 national average. For English Literature and Composition, Fluvanna students outscored the national average by .37 points with students earning an average score of 3.17.

The high school offered a total of 17 AP courses. A total of 194 high school students or 17% took advantage of these offerings. A number of the AP courses are online through the Virtual VA Program.

Another popular way for students to earn college credits continues to be dual enrollment classes, with 216 students or 18% of the population taking one or more dual-enrollment courses.

Dual-enrollment courses are offered through Piedmont Virginia Community College, J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College, the University of Virginia, and through the High School Pre-Engineering Program, Project Lead the Way.

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