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By Tesia Galvan
Staff Writer 

ACT program paying off for Worland High School


September 1, 2016

WORLAND – Worland High School started a voluntary ACT preparation program three years ago in an effort to improve ACT scores.

The program is paying off and Worland High School Principal Kevin Smith said, “Over the past five years we’ve improved as a district with our ACT scores.”

The ACT exam is a state mandated test used for college admission that tests students in math, English, reading and science. There is also a composite score for the four subjects.

Across the State of Wyoming, more than 5,800 students took the ACT exam and at Worland High School for the 2015 – 2016 schoo...

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