Klein ISD Graduates Exceed State and National Average on ACT
August 25, 2011—Klein ISD students continue to score above the state and national average on the ACT. KISD students who took the exam from the Class of 2011 averaged a score of 22.4, while the state and national averages were 20.8 and 21.1, respectively. The highest possible ACT score is 36, however, less than one-tenth of one percent of 2011 graduates earned a perfect score nationwide. The ACT is a universally accepted college admission exam that is curriculum-based. Questions on the ACT are directly related to what students have learned in high school courses in English, math, and science.