Three South Carolina Public Charter School District schools can count themselves among the top 15 state public schools in mean total SAT scores based upon data published by the South Carolina Department of Education for graduating seniors in 2020.
Palmetto Scholars Academy, Greenville Technical Charter High School and Greenville Renewable Energy Education (GREEN) Charter School enter the top 15 in total score results at No. 3, 9 and 13 with mean total scores of 1215, 1144, and 1118, respectively. The report displays scores for those students who, at the time of test administration, indicated that they would be graduating in the 2019-2020 school year. The report includes senior test-takers who took the SAT in March 2016 or later. Students are counted only once, no matter how often they test, and only their latest score is used in these calculations.
The report contains information detailing the number of test takers, the percent tested, the evidence-based reading and writing score (ERW) and the math score in addition to the total score data.
Palmetto Scholars Academy
- 1215 total score
- 65 test takers
- 100 percent tested
- 625 evidence-based reading and writing (ERW) score
- 590 math score
Greenville Technical Charter High School
- 1144 total score
- 88 test takers
- 88 percent tested
- 581 evidence-based reading and writing (ERW) score
- 563 math score
Greenville Renewable Energy Education (GREEN) Charter School
- 1118 total score
- 17 test takers
- 571 evidence-based reading and writing (ERW) score
- 547 math score
The three schools outpace the national and state total score data provided in the report. The national total score is 1030 and the state total score is 1019.