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West Point Independent School released the breakdown of its EXPLORE scores Wednesday.
Taken by eighth-graders, the EXPLORE test is a precursor to the ACT college entrance exam and covers the same four subject areas — English, math, reading and science. The scores are used as part of the new Unbridled Learning assessment model to award schools and districts a college and career readiness score.
In English, the school earned a 15.1. In math, it received a 15.2. The students scored a 14.9 in reading and a 17.4 in science. The composite, or overall score, was a 15.8.
West Point’s breakdown was unavailable when other numbers were released Tuesday because the school has been closed because of nearby work to clear a train derailment site.