Southeast Polk High School’s class of 2017 exceeded the state averages on ACT Scores in English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science.  Southeast Polk students’ composite score of 23 compares favorably to the State of Iowa composite of 21.9.  

Steve Pettit, Southeast Polk High School Principal, shared, “Everything that we do as a district contributes to these results and student success. I am proud of our students, teachers and parents, and look forward to the many successes we’ll celebrate together in the future.”

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The ACT results as were presented to the Southeast Polk School District’s board of education by, high school principal, Steve Pettit during the Board of Education’s monthly meeting last Thursday evening.