Spartanburg Day School's most recent graduates performed admirably on the SAT exam, rising above both state and national averages in 2017. All 34 seniors in the Class of 2017 took the test.
SDS averages surpassed the state and nation by more than 250 points. Seniors earned a composite score of 1,310 (out of 1,600). The class averaged 660 on the verbal section and 650 on math.
South Carolina's average score of 1,058 was slightly higher than the national average of 1,044.
"While test results are just one of many ways to measure success for a school and its students, we are extremely proud of what our students have accomplished through hard work and exemplary preparation by our faculty," said Jack MacMullan, head of Upper School.