The Muskego-Norway School District hit another record high in results for the ACT college entrance exam.
The results, released this week, show a 23.9 composite score, a significant jump from last year's previous record of 23.2, school officials said.
Boosting the district to that record were the highest scores ever for the district in English, reading and science. Those subscores were 23.6 for English and reading and 23.8 for science.
The math subscore showed a sixth straight year of improvement with a composite of 24.1, they said.
"Overall, these ACT results are very encouraging and the result of many hands involved in making this happen," Superintendent of Schools Joe Schroeder said in a press release.
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