Twelve public high schools from Oakland County and 10 from Washtenaw County made the list of Michigan high schools with the highest percentage testing as fully "college ready" in the Class of 2018.
The list of 51 schools also includes five each in Wayne and Kent counties, three in Ingham, two each in Macomb, Ottawa and Saginaw, as well as 10 other high schools throughout the state.
The "college ready" designation is based on students' SAT scores as juniors.
The SAT college-ready benchmarks are a score of 530 on the math section and 480 in reading and writing section. A perfect score is 800 in each section.
About 73 percent of Michigan's Class of 2018 met the reading and writing benchmark, up from 60 percent for the Class of 2017. About 37 percent met the math benchmark, the same as the year before. About 35 percent of test-takers met both standards, also the same as the Class of 2017.
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