Immaculate High School Students Achieve Perfect SAT, ACT Scores

DANBURY—Less than 15 percent of U.S. college-bound high school seniors achieve perfect SAT scores. This year, six Immaculate High School seniors achieved perfect scores on their SAT math section, with two of those students achieving a perfect score on the Level II SAT math test and one achieving a perfect ACT composite score.

Sarah Bohling of Brookfield, Yuxuan Brittany Hu of Ridgefield, Wenqi Angela Lai of Brewster, Qianer Kris Lu of Ridgefield, Zhiwei Catherine Wang of Ridgefield and Mozhu Cindy Zhao of Bethel had a perfect score of 800 on the math portion of their SAT.

Yuxuan Brittany Hu and Wenqi Angela Lai also earned perfect scores (800) on the Math Level II SAT Subject Test, an advanced version of the regular SAT math portion. To succeed in the test, a student needs four years of math which must include precalculus and trigonometry.

Sarah Bohling also earned a perfect composite score on her ACTs, achieving the full 36 points one can average of the four subject area scores—English, Reading, Math and Science.

Immaculate High School, ranked by Niche as a top ten best private college-prep high school in Fairfield County, has the highest student SAT scores of the Diocese of Bridgeport schools. Based on a four-year study of student college recognitions, Immaculate High School reports a return on tuition investment that yields three times the investment when attending Immaculate High School. Most recently, 90 percent of the Class of 2018 were awarded college scholarships and grants totaling $20 million and 100 percent of the students are attending highly respected colleges and universities, with 95 percent of them being accepted to their first or second choice colleges and universities. The top 10 percent of students achieved an average 1309 SAT score and nearly 75 percent of the class earned a GPA of 3.5 or higher.

In addition to a college-preparatory academic program that offers over 33 Advanced Placement classes and a STEAM curriculum featuring advanced technology, a CISCO certification program, renovated science labs and engineering classes, Immaculate High School has an award-winning Fine Arts program, a student career internship program, athletic teams that have won SWC and State Championships, 44 clubs and a Campus Ministry program that instills faith,

Compassion and reverence for others. Community service is also stressed; in 2018 students performed 27,794 hours of community service. In the 2019-20 school year, Immaculate will be offering additional business courses as well as a Certified Nursing Associate program.

Immaculate High School is a private, non-profit Catholic college-preparatory institution serving students from 28 communities in Connecticut and New York. Founded in 1962, Immaculate High School allows students to focus on academic excellence, spiritual development, personal commitments and service to others.  Located in Danbury, CT, Immaculate High School is part of the Diocese of Bridgeport’s parochial school system.