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Twenty-Eight Frisco ISD Students Achieve Top ACT or SAT Scores

Nov 13, 2019

Top SAT and ACT students who went to the Board meeting.Frisco ISD is proud to recognize students who have scored the highest possible composite score on either the ACT or SAT college entrance exam. The FISD 2020 graduating class is the ninth consecutive class to have students who will graduate with top scores.

While top scores are admirable, these well-rounded students also excel in fine arts and athletics while taking Advanced Placement and career and technical education classes.

The SAT is made up of three sections: reading, writing and language and math. The math section is scored on a scale of 200-800, while the reading and writing sections are combined into an evidence-based reading and writing score on a scale of 200-800.

By combining these two sections, a total SAT score ranges of 400 to 1600, with 1600 being the highest score achievable. 

According the to the 2019 SAT Suite Annual Report, the national average score is 1059, while the Texas average is 1022. The average score for the FISD Class of 2019 was 1194.

Congratulations to Ishaan Guha, a senior at Reedy High School, for achieving a 1600 on the SAT.

The highest score on the ACT is a 36, which covers English, reading, math and science. Test takers receive a scaled score of 1 to 36. The average of these four scores are then averaged to determine the composite score. 

Nationally, the Class of 2019 had an average composite ACT score of 20.5, while Texas also averaged 20.5. The Frisco ISD Class of 2019 earned an average score of 25.

Congratulations to the students who scored a composite score of 36 on the ACT:

  • Shrey Addagatla, Wakeland High School, Class of 2020

  • Camellia An, Centennial High School, Class of 2020

  • Arianna Bohara, Lebanon Trail High School, Class of 2020

  • Ankit Baral, Reedy High School, Class of 2020

  • Fidel Cai, Lone Star High School, Class of 2020

  • Ketaki Devani, Centennial High School, Class of 2020

  • Kunal Dhawan, Liberty High School, Class of 2020

  • Anisha Holla, Centennial High School, Class of 2020

  • Lisa Kan, Centennial High School, Class of 2020

  • Esha Kanna, Centennial High School, Class of 2020

  • Taha Khalilullah, Lebanon Trail High School, Class of 2020

  • Austin Ma, Lebanon Trail High School, Class of 2020

  • Ella Mcmanus, Wakeland High School, Class of 2020

  • Rohan Nagabhirava, Lebanon Trail High School, Class of 2020

  • Keshav Narasimhan, Liberty High School, Class of 2020

  • Brian Peng, Lebanon Trail High School, Class of 2020

  • Jonathan Peng, Liberty High School, Class of 2020

  • Tom Punnen, Liberty High School, Class of 2021

  • Kapil Rampalli, Liberty High School, Class of 2020

  • Tanay Rishi, Lebanon Trail High School, Class of 2020

  • Caroline Sauer, Wakeland High School, Class of 2020

  • Kireeti Singam Setty, Heritage High School, Class of 2020

  • Avery Sinnathamby, Lebanon Trail High School, Class of 2020

  • Priyanka Subramanian, Centennial High School, Class of 2021

  • Zachary Suzuki, Liberty High School, Class of 2020

  • Shantanu Velnati, Centennial High School, Class of 2020

  • Keshav Worathur, Reedy High School, Class of 2020

The District seeks to expand opportunities for all students to participate in SAT testing.

All eleventh grade students will take the SAT during normal school hours on March 4, 2020 at no cost to them. This also aligns with the District’s promotion of college readiness through the administration of the PSAT this past October to all 10th and 11th grade students at no cost. 

The District encourages all juniors to register for a free Khan Academy account and to link their PSAT scores once they receive them in December. Khan Academy has partnered with College Board to provide these SAT preparation resources at no cost.

Information about upcoming SAT or ACT administrations, practice tests and test prep can be found through the guidance and counseling department.

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