Mayaguez exceeded the test results of college entrance SAT-level Puerto Rico.
SESO students, Harry Sanabria and Luca Fahsi who stood out for their results on the SAT test. (Photo / Supplied)
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School students Southwestern Educational Society (SESO) in Mayaguez, exceeded the test results of college entrance SAT-level Puerto Rico and matched the results achieved by young people in the United States.
The test provides the College Board that measures skills in critical reading, math and writing.
According to the director of the private institution, Lourdes Lugo, SESO scored a 1.508 on the SAT, while the number of private schools in Puerto Rico reported 1.370. The score achieved by schools in the United States was 1.509.
“These outstanding results demonstrate the commitment to SESO in offering the highest academic curricula for the development of competent and skilled students to succeed in his college career, and subsequently inserted to achieve effectively in the global economy of the XXI Century” Lugo said.
SESO two students who stood out for its performance in the SAT are Harry Sanabria and Luca Farsi. Both candidates have been selected as the Presidential Award along with some 3,000 candidates from the United States and Puerto Rico.
“In SESO appreciate the intellectual achievements of our students, their communication skills verbal and written both in English and Spanish. In addition, we implement methods and modern learning resources and flexible to take us build tomorrow’s leaders, “said Lugo.
Since its founding in 1973, SESO students have won prizes in various national and international competitions, among them: Spelling Bee, Science Fair and Technology, the International Sustainable World Energy, Engineering & Environment Project Olympiad.
Currently the institution, accredited by the Middle States Association, holds its enrollment process for the next academic year.