GCHS steady, WHS sees growth in ACT scores

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Grant County High School held steady while Williamstown saw increases in recently released ACT results.
The results are from tests current seniors took last year while juniors.
The 282 juniors at Grant County High School who took the test last year scored either the same or less than a point away from the results from the the 2015-16 junior class.
All of the GCHS results remained below the state average in the four content areas and the composite score.
In English, GCHS once again scored a 17.6, which was below the state average of 19.2.

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