Congratulations to Liberty Common High School’s class of 2019! Seniors at the Fort Collins, Colorado, charter school broke the state SAT record with a total mean score of 1322.  The impressive numbers earned top ranking in the state, a clear 25 points ahead of second-place. For the 2017-2018 school year, the overall mean score for high school juniors in Colorado
was 1014.

“These scores are a reflection of a solid classical, college-preparatory curriculum we’ve built atop the powerful Core Knowledge Curriculum we use in grades K-8,” Liberty Common School Headmaster Bob Schaffer said in a news release. “Liberty Common students worked hard for these results; they belong to them. The school provides a conducive environment, and extraordinary college-level instructors, but the students furnish the most essential element in achieving this milestone—
scholarly effort.”

We applaud this achievement and wish the class of 2019 the best of luck. We can’t wait to see what the future holds for them. Well done!

One comment on “Core Knowledge School Ranks First in Colorado SAT Scores”

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    Sara Hauselman on October 3, 2018

    Congratulations from Rock Creek Community Academy a charter school in Indiana. I am so happy for you and I know what hard work students, teachers, and the administration have to do in order for this to happen. We began using Core Knowledge last year and love these results.

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