In 2016 the Moore County Board of Education adopted a strategic plan for our school system. The board’s strategic plan set a goal of having an average ACT composite score of 21 on the ACT by the year 2020. The class of 2017 had an average composite score of 18.9. The class of 2018 had an average composite score of 20.6. The Moore County class of 2019 has a composite ACT score of 21.7! This ACT score ranks our school district as the TOP DISTRICT in South Central Tennessee. The South Central region of Tennessee is made up of 16 school districts. Those districts are Bedford County, Coffee County, Fayetteville City, Franklin County, Giles County, Hickman County, Lawrence County, Lewis County, Lincoln County, Manchester City, Marshall County, Maury County, Moore County, Perry County, Tullahoma City, and Wayne County.
Several of these systems have more than one high school. Cornersville High School has the top ACT composite in the region with a score of 21.9.
Compared to the rest of the state:
Moore County School District ACT of the class of 2019 composite score ranks 12th in the state of Tennessee. The score puts Moore County High School in the top 15% of high schools in Tennessee (54 out of 361 schools with ACT data).