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Scholastic Aptitude Test (sat) Results

March 31, 1988|Clipboard researched by Rick Vanderknyff, Susan Greene, and Henry Rivero / Los Angeles Times

For Orange County High Schools

Test Results * 1985-1986 1986-1987 High School Verbal Verbal Anaheim Union High School District Anaheim 392 370 Cypress 425 432 Katella 406 409 Kennedy 405 395 Loara 420 429 Magnolia 379 396 Savanna 406 400 Western 416 473 Brea-Olinda Unified School District Brea-Olinda 432 445 Capistrano Unified School District Capistrano Valley 439 436 Dana Hills 455 440 San Clemente 431 450 Fullerton Joint Union High School District Buena Park 370 355 Fullerton 442 439 La Habra 403 416 Sonora 423 430 Sunny Hills 453 551 Troy 421 439 Garden Grove Unified School District Bolsa Grande 366 378 Garden Grove 391 399 La Quinta 407 421 Los Amigos 380 389 Pacifica 426 436 Rancho Alamitos 394 385 Santiago 337 343 Huntington Beach Union High School District Edison 429 438 Fountain Valley 437 432 Huntington Beach 433 436 Marina 442 451 Ocean View 473 471 Westminster 396 389 Irvine Unified School District Irvine 429 435 University 468 467 Woodbridge 436 451 Laguna Beach Unified School District Laguna Beach 446 449 Los Alamitos Unified School District Los Alamitos 448 447 Newport-Mesa Unified School District Corona del Mar 453 467 Costa Mesa 393 406 Estancia 446 440 Newport Harbor 456 468 Placentia Unified School District Esperanza 440 438 El Dorado 434 440 Valencia 432 406 Orange Unified School District Canyon 427 425 El Modena 423 403 Orange 412 410 Villa Park 432 427 Saddleback Valley Unified School District El Toro 444 451 Laguna Hills 428 428 Mission Viejo 454 446 Santa Ana Unified School District Saddleback 360 380 Santa Ana 363 380 Valley 343 344 Tustin Unified School District Foothill 440 456 Tustin 427 429 State Average 423 424 National Average 431 430

Test Results * 1985-1986 1986-1987 High School Math Math Anaheim Union High School District Anaheim 459 429 Cypress 524 519 Katella 509 499 Kennedy 509 512 Loara 512 524 Magnolia 457 491 Savanna 492 467 Western 422 478 Brea-Olinda Unified School District Brea-Olinda 505 520 Capistrano Unified School District Capistrano Valley 500 497 Dana Hills 490 481 San Clemente 467 495 Fullerton Joint Union High School District Buena Park 450 441 Fullerton 485 493 La Habra 451 491 Sonora 506 502 Sunny Hills 450 539 Troy 506 496 Garden Grove Unified School District Bolsa Grande 473 493 Garden Grove 534 504 La Quinta 504 505 Los Amigos 452 475 Pacifica 495 508 Rancho Alamitos 482 479 Santiago 427 462 Huntington Beach Union High School District Edison 507 523 Fountain Valley 517 519 Huntington Beach 504 526 Marina 536 527 Ocean View 558 569 Westminster 486 485 Irvine Unified School District Irvine 495 510 University 538 550 Woodbridge 521 525 Laguna Beach Unified School District Laguna Beach 462 482 Los Alamitos Unified School District Los Alamitos 514 510 Newport-Mesa Unified School District Corona del Mar 508 517 Costa Mesa 509 513 Estancia 522 518 Newport Harbor 503 522 Placentia Unified School District Esperanza 496 501 El Dorado 494 494 Valencia 501 491 Orange Unified School District Canyon 485 500 El Modena 488 481 Orange 493 483 Villa Park 506 507 Saddleback Valley Unified School District El Toro 494 505 Laguna Hills 492 511 Mission Viejo 510 505 Santa Ana Unified School District Saddleback 443 471 Santa Ana 455 453 Valley 434 457 Tustin Unified School District Foothill 498 520 Tustin 499 501 State Average 481 482 National Average 475 476

* According to school district officials, SAT test results do not necessarily reflect the quality of education offered at respective institutions. Changes in test scores are affected by the following: overall changes in demographics, e.g. the growing number of non-English speaking students; test-wiseness (student's test taking skills and understanding of test format); the degree of overlap (information tested versus information taught in classrooms); documented research that scores are lower when more students are tested due to a greater achievement variability among students, and possible changes in the overall quality of the education program.

Source: California State Department of Education

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