Brevard County, Florida high school students, for the seventh year in a row, surpassed the Florida and national SAT score average.
The SAT test is made up of three scores (reading, math and writing) with a maximum score of 2400. The test score is used as an entrance screening tool by colleges and universities.
Brevard County students once again outperformed the state average on the SAT, an entrance exam taken by students who are applying for college. There were two schools in the county who were below the state and national averages: Cocoa and Heritage.
Above graphic published in Florida Today newspaper, Saturday October 11, 2014