Helias ACT scores highest in 5 years

Helias Catholic High School’s 2011 graduating class posted the highest ACT composite score of the last five years, the school said Monday.

The students earned a 23.9 — compared with a 21.6 statewide average and a 21.1 national composite.

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In addition, Helias noted, 98 percent of the Jefferson City parochial school’s seniors took the college-entry test, compared with 71 percent of Missouri high school graduates who took the test, and 49 percent nationally.


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