High School Profile - UNCSA

High School Profile

High School Profile

The High School Academic Faculty consists of 14 full-time instructors, 2 instructors who teach both high school and college courses, 3 teaching administrators, and 2 visiting faculty members. All faculty hold or are pursuing graduate degrees in their instructional fields. The High School Academic Program faculty is composed of 13 female and 8 male instructors. The UNCSA graduating high school class averages 120 students annually. Typically, students in the top two-thirds of the class hold grade point averages above 3.20.

Students in the high school arts programs have full access to the college instructors with many
designated high school arts instructors for specific arts courses. Instructors in the arts programs
teach both high school and college students. All arts programs instructors are professional artist-faculty.

High School Fact Book

SAT/ACT Data

Class of 2015: Total graduates: 123

SAT (mean scores) : Population

Percent of Graduating Class Tested

Crit. Reading

Math

Writing

UNCSA

63%

586

559

556

NC

 

498

504

476

National

 

495

511

484

ACT (mean score)     UNCSA

27%

Mean Composite Score: 26.7

NC

 

Mean Composite Score: 19.0

National

 

Mean Composite Score: 21.0

Class of 2016: Total graduates: 125

SAT (mean scores) : Population

Percent of Graduating Class Tested

Crit. Reading

Math

Writing

UNCSA

60%

579

555

557

NC

 

502

508

475

National

 

494

508

482

ACT (mean score)     UNCSA

35%

Mean Composite Score: 25.5

NC

 

Mean Composite Score: 19.0

National

 

Mean Composite Score: 21.8

Advanced Placement Exams

In 2016, 139 UNCSA High School students (52%) took 257 AP Exams with a mean score of 3.8.

UNCSA Mean 3.8                              NC Mean 2.75                                      National Mean 2.85

AP Exams

Average Score

Students taking exam

AP Art History

3.6

16

Calculus AB

4.0

22

Eng Language & Comp

3.8

40

Eng Lit & Comp

3.5

76

U.S. History

3.8

30

Statistics

4.0

26

Psychology

3.9

20

US Gov and Politics

401

24

Where Our Recent Graduates Were Accepted

American University, Appalachian State University, Art Institute of Boston, Atlanta College of Art, Bard College, Barnard College, Berklee College of Music, Boston College, Boston Conservatory, Boston University, Brandeis University, Brown University, Butler University, California Institute of the Arts, Carnegie Mellon University, Cleveland Institute of Music, Columbia University, Cornish College of the Arts, Curtis Institute of Music, Davidson College, De Paul University, Duke University, East Carolina University, Eastman School of Music, Elon University, Emerson College, Emory University, Florida State University, Georgia Tech, George Washington University, Hampshire College, Hollins University, Howard University, Indiana University, Ithaca College, Johns Hopkins University, Juilliard School, Kenyon College, Manhattan School of Music, Mannes College of Music, Maryland Institute College of Art, Marymount Manhattan College, Michigan State University, New England Conservatory of Music, New College of Florida, New School University, New York University, NC State University, NC A&T State University, Northwestern University, University of Notre Dame, Oberlin College, Otterbein College, Parsons School of Design, Peabody Conservatory Penn State University, Pratt Institute, Princeton University, Rhode Island School of Design, Rice University, Roosevelt University, Rutgers University, Salem College, San Francisco Conservatory, Sarah Lawrence College, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, School of the Museum of Fine Arts (Boston), Smith College, Southern Methodist University, Spelman College, Stanford University, SUNY-Fashion Institute of Technology, SUNY-Purchase, SUNY-Stony Brook, Syracuse Univ. Swarthmore College, Tufts University, University of the Arts, UC-Berkeley, UCLA, University of Chicago, University of Cincinnati, University of Florida, University of Georgia, University of Hartford (The Hartt School), University of Kentucky, University of Louisville, University of Mass.- Amherst, University of Miami, University of Michigan, UNC-Asheville, UNC-Chapel Hill,  UNC-Charlotte, UNC-Greensboro, UNC School of the Arts, UNC-Wilmington, University of Pennsylvania, University of Richmond, University of Southern California, University of Texas-Austin, University of Utah, University of Virginia, Vanderbilt University, Vassar College, Virginia Commonwealth University, Wake Forest University, Washington University in St. Louis, Wellesley College, Western Carolina University and Yale University.