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Academic Results

CHCA Students, Fully Prepared

Advanced Placement (

AP® )

Results

Summer 2020

• High school enrollment eligible to take AP classes (Gr 10-12) 311
• Percent of students in Gr 10-12 taking AP classes 43%
• Number of students taking AP exams 134
• Number of AP exams taken 273
• Percent of students scoring 3 and above 84%
• Number of AP Scholars (students scoring 3 or higher on three or more AP exams) 53
• Number of National AP Scholars 3

 


 

CHCA offers 20 courses authorized by College Board to carry the Advanced Placement designation. Each exam has multiple choice and writing sections. AP exam grades are reported on a 5-point scale:

5 Extremely well qualified*
4 Well qualified*
3 Qualified*
2 Possibly qualified*
1 No recommendation**

*Qualified to receive college credit or advanced placement
** No recommendation to receive college credit or advanced placement

SAT I and ACT  (Upper School 9-12)

CHCA students choose to take either or both the SAT and ACT test for college admissions. Both SAT sections have a possible score of 800, with a total possible score of 1600.  The ACT maximum score is 36.

2020 -- CHCA SAT and ACT Test Results
SAT
(38 students)
Evidence Based Writing/Reading Math      
CHCA Top 25% mean 710 704    
CHCA Top 50% mean 643 661    
National Mean
(2019 data)
531 528      
           
ACT

(70 students)

Composite English Math Reading Science
CHCA Top 25% mean 31.3 31.7 32.7 31.3 30.7
CHCA Top 50% mean 27.8 28.7 27.9 29.0 26.4
National Mean (2019 data) 20.7 20.1 20.3 21.2 20.6
State Mean
(2019 data)
20.0 17.9 19.2 19.7 19.2

 


Learn more about CHCA's academic programs which produce these results:

 

Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy is accredited by the Independent Schools Association of the Central States, is a founding member of Council for Educational Standards and Accountability, and holds membership in: the College Board, Ohio High School Athletic Association, Ohio Association of Independent Schools, and the National Association of Independent Schools.