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Vanlue High School
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SAT MEAN SCORES (11TH GRADERS ONLY)

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  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 1250
  • 1100
  • 950
  • 800
  • 650

Data Source: Ohio Department of Education
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Principal: Traci Conley

County: Hancock

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Vanlue - SAT Mean Results By Subject (11th Graders Only)

Mathematics
Evidenced-Based Reading and Writing
  • 17
  • 18
  • 19
  • 625
  • 550
  • 475
  • 400
  • 325
  • 17
  • 18
  • 19
  • 625
  • 550
  • 475
  • 400
  • 325

Number of Students Who Took the Test (11th Graders Only)

BOYS / GIRLS TAKING TEST IN 11TH GRADE
(11TH GRADERS ONLY)

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  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 800
  • 600
  • 400
  • 200
  • 0

Data Source: Ohio Department of Education
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Blanchard Valley Conference Comparisons

SAT Result Comparisons for the 2018-19 School Year (11th Graders Only)

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Statewide Ranking in Each Subject for the 2019 School Year (11th Graders Only)

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ACT | SAT Rankings

 

Overall

Math
Reading
Science
English
Van Buren Hancock
214
133
292
172
261
Liberty-Benton Hancock
215
137
231
184
311
Hardin Northern Hardin
317
297
341
280
371
Cory-Rawson Hancock
341
369
320
287
379
Arcadia Hancock
368
370
385
404
321
Arlington Hancock
423
501
432
402
409
Leipsic Putnam
469
360
613
375
501
Vanlue Hancock
487
337
613
397
538
McComb Hancock
609
539
577
657
595
Explanation: The above table can be confusing. As an example, Vanlue is ranked number 487 in Ohio in its overall Performance Index Score, but it performed better in Math (337) than it did in its overall score. Note that all subjects with rankings in blue italics performed better than the other subjects. The 11th grade teachers of those subjects (and those teachers in earlier grades) should be commended. To improve the overall rankings, the non-italicized subjects need to improve. This table is only based on the results for the 2019 school year. More than one year of analysis should be used when evaluating teachers and programs, and in many cases, another year is provided above for most schools.

This data is believed to be correct, but use it at your own risk. If you have any questions or comments, please contact Scott Gerber of Gerber Analytics, LLC via a Feedback message