Incoming Clark School Freshmen Excel Already

Incoming Clark School Freshmen Excel Already

Incoming Clark School Freshmen Excel Already

This fall's incoming Clark School freshmen are exceeding expectations for academic excellence and diversity even before they arrive on campus.

Here is a snapshot of the Class of 2009:

  • The group is 8 percent larger than the Class of 2008, totaling 581 new students, including increased numbers of women and minorities.
  • 50 students have SAT scores higher than 1500, a 56 percent improvement over last year.
  • 50 percent of the class scored between 1270 and 1420 on the SAT, a significant twenty-point increase from last year.
  • Forty-two new students are joining the Inventis program, an invitation-only, four-year program for the Clark School's top students. 50 percent of these students scored between 1430 and 1500 on the SAT.

May 16, 2005


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