ACT Results Improve for Juniors at Magee High School
54% of students improved their composite ACT score, over prior best scores, by an average of +2.85 composite points
BROOKHAVEN, Miss., May 11, 2021 (Newswire.com) - Way to go Trojans! One often hears this sentiment when entering the halls of Magee High School (MHS) in Magee, Mississippi. Classrooms are filled with energetic staff and students who are eager to succeed. Magee High School strives to prepare its students to reach their goals. One way the school does this is by providing juniors with Jumpstart Test Prep — a complete review for the ACT that is implemented online, on-demand and boasts the most improvement in the least amount of review time. Jumpstart recently released ACT improvement results from MHS, whose junior class used the Jumpstart Complete ACT prep review to prepare for the state-administered February 2021 ACT® exam (American College Testing). Following completion of Jumpstart's complete ACT prep review, 62 percent of students had an average ACT English score improvement of +4.13 points over their best prior attempt. The school also had 54 percent of students improving their Science scores by an average of +3.71 points, more than 50 percent improving by an average of +4.28 points in Reading, and 38 percent by an average of +1.6 points in Math.
Dr. Brad Blake, principal at Magee High, commented, "The proof is in the pudding, and we cannot argue with the numbers. We are proud of our students and their achievements and I thank my faculty for their implementation of the Jumpstart review program. It is very useful for our students and really helped them improve their time management skills." Coach Jarrod Milloy, who taught the