MOUNTAIN VIEW — Each spring, every high school in Wyoming tests it’s juniors with the ACT College Entrance Exam, and MVHS juniors agains excelled, according to MVHS principal Ben Carr.
This test is administered to every junior in the state. For the 2018-2019 school year, Mountain View High School shows an average composite score of 20.8. The Wyoming state average for this same time period is 19.5.
The composite ACT score is an average of the four subtests of the ACT: English, Math, Reading and Science.
MVHS counselor Stormy Lupher is excited about the ACT scores for the current group of MVHS seniors. “A score of 20.8 is actually the second highest composite ACT score that we have recorded at MVHS. We have staff who want students to perform at their highest level and students who are bought in to our ACT process.”
A composite score of 20.8 on the 2019 ACT puts MVHS among the highest 9 schools in the state of Wyoming on the ACT, and three of those schools have the same composite score of 20.8 as MVHS. Only six other high schools scored higher than MVHS on the composite ACT.