ACT Assessment Results
ACT assesses high school students' general educational development and their ability to complete college-level work. ACT compares the scores of students who have completed a recommended college preparatory core program (includes four years of English; three or more years of mathematics, social studies and science).
In 2019 - 229 took the test and 167 scored above 20. The cut score for probable post-secondary success is 20.
Advanced Placement (AP)
AP classes are college-level courses offering special challenges and rewards for highly motivated students. The courses are taught by teachers who have special training and are part of a national program administered by the College Board. In many cases, the courses have a curriculum which is specifically designed to present the subject matter using college-level materials and techniques. Students may also elect to take an AP Exam in May for college credit.
Bettendorf High School offers 19 AP classes: American Government, Biology, Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, English, European History, Human Geography, French, German, Music Theory, Physics, Psychology, Spanish, Statistics, Studio Art and World History.
|Students Enrolled |
in AP Classes
|#of Exams||Average Score |
|Scoring 3 or Higher||AP Scholars||Iowa AP Index |
*Iowa AP Index for the Top 50 Schools by the University of Iowa's Belin-Blank Center for Gifted Education based on previous year AP exam data. www.iowaapindex.org
Percent of Total AP Students with Scores of 3 or Higher
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4 Year Cohort Graduation Rate
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7-12 Dropout Rate