Private High School SAT Scores in Iowa

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The private high school SAT average score in Iowa is approximately 1236 (2021).
The private high school in Iowa with the highest SAT score is Xavier High School, with an SAT score of 1360.
The private high schools with the highest SAT scores are listed below (where sufficient data available).

Private High School SAT Scores in Iowa (2021)

  • School SAT Score Grades Location
  • Rank: #11.
    Xavier High School
    (Roman Catholic)
    SAT Score: 1360
    Grades: 9-126300 42nd Street Ne
    Cedar Rapids, IA 52411
    (319) 294-6635

  • Rank: #22.
    Scattergood Friends School
    Scattergood Friends School Photo - Scattergood offers a Sustainable Agriculture Endorsement. Students earning this endorsement take five farm-related Project classes over the course of four years, complete an agriculturally-related topic for either their Junior or Senior research papers and design and execute a 30-hour service project with with Scattergood Farm's livestock, 35 acre restored prairie, or 10 acre certified organic vegetable fields and fruit orchards.
    Special Program Emphasis (Friends)
    SAT Score: 1220
    Grades: 9-121951 Delta Ave
    West Branch, IA 52358
    (319) 643-7628

  • Rank: #33.
    Maharishi School
    Maharishi School Photo - Maharishi School is a global community with students and families representing more than 30 countries. Our school community is deeply enriched by students of diverse origin who come together to create global awareness and a vibrant school culture with rich traditions.
    Special Program Emphasis
    SAT Score: 1202
    Grades: PK-12804 Dr Robert Keith Wallace Drive
    Fairfield, IA 52556
    (641) 472-9400

  • Rank: #44.
    Rivermont Collegiate
    Rivermont Collegiate Photo - Discovery
    SAT Score: 1160
    Grades: NS-121821 Sunset Dr
    Bettendorf, IA 52722
    (563) 359-1366

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