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By the Numbers

Below, we offer a quantitative look at Seven Hills and the numbers and statistics behind our story. 

 


 

Tuition assistance:

$4 million available each year

Renewable merit awards:

Ranging from $1,000 to $15,000 per student per year for grades 6 through 12 and $1,000 to $10,000 for grades 1 through 5.

Students receiving some form of tuition assistance:

35% of the student body

College counselors:

Four (with more than 57 years of collective experience)

One-on-one time with a college counselor:

45 to 50 hours for each student throughout the course of high school

College scholarship recipients

The majority of our graduates receive a scholarship offer

National Merit Recognition

20% of the Class of 2018 has received National Merit Recognition

Student diversity

34%

Geographic diversity

More than 60 ZIP codes across southwestern Ohio and northern Kentucky

Community Service

More than 150 hours per student during grades kindergarten through 12, including a 30-hour individual community service project required of each Upper School students

Athletic Participation 

80%

Clubs

More than 40 extracurricular clubs and organizations in grades 6 through 12

Accordion

Current total school enrollment: 1,002

Lower School (Pre-Kindergarten for 2-year-olds through grade 5): 404

Middle School (Grades 6 through 8): 247

Upper School (Grades 9 through 12): 351

Middle 50% of ACT Scores: Composite 27-33; average 30

  • English 26-35; average 30
  • Math 25-33; average 29
  • Reading 26-34; average 30
  • Science 26-33; average 30

Middle 50% of SAT Scores: Combined = 1200-1440; average 1370

  • Evidence-based Reading and Writing (Verbal) 640-730; average 681
  • MSS (Math) 630-780; average 689

SAT Subject Tests: Average Test Scores

Math I: 690

Math II: 758

Chemistry: 715

Molecular Biology: 720

Environmental Biology: 698

Physics: 695

U.S. History: 724

World History: 700

French: 700

Spanish: 730

Latin: 666

Literature: 775

(Numbers as of June 2017)

 

Advanced Placement test scores

132 Upper School students took a total of 288 AP tests; 97% scored 3 or higher; 80% scored 4’s and 5’s

Percentage of students scoring 3 or higher by test

Biology – 97%

Calculus AB – 96%

Calculus BC – 95%

AB subscore – 95%

Chemistry – 100%

Computer Science A – 79%

English Language – 100%

English Literature – 97%

European History – 100%

French Language – 100%

Spanish Language – 100%

Spanish Literature – 100%

Latin – 100%

Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism – 54%

Physics C: Mechanics – 92%

U.S. History – 96%

(Numbers as of June 2017)