SAT scores at Littleton Public Schools are up in 2010, according to a news release from the district. Over the past five years, the district’s …
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SAT scores at Littleton Public Schools are up in 2010, according
to a news release from the district.
Over the past five years, the district’s scores on average have
increased by 18 points in critical reading, 21 points in math and 8
points in reading. LPS scores outrank both the Colorado state
average SAT scores as well as the national average scores.
Compared to 2009, LPS reading scores are up 4 points, math
scores are up 3 points and writing scores are up 6 points.
According to Connie Bouwman, LPS assistant superintendent of
learning services, the district’s improving SAT scores can be
attributed to excellent classroom teachers, successful preparation
for high school, commitment to academic excellence at home and a
variety of advanced placement and International Baccalaureate
SAT scores are one tool to predict college readiness. About 90
percent of LPS graduates are college-bound.
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