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ACT test scores show that TVT students are prepared for college

TVT Community Day School students are well prepared for college and have consistently demonstrated a high degree of achievement, as evidenced by their scores on the ACT tests over the last five years. The ACT consists of curriculum-based tests of educational development in English, mathematics, reading and science designed to measure the skills needed for first-year college coursework.

TVT’s 2016 composite score, as well as scores in English, reading and science, are the highest student scores of the previous five years. All of TVT’S average scores far exceed the state average.

In addition, 55 percent of last year’s TVT graduates are attending US News and World Report’s top 30 universities. More than 80 percent of the class was accepted at University of California schools.

“A well-deserved congratulations is in order to our students and faculty for their hard work and commitment to excellence,” said Dr. Jeffrey Davis, TVT Head of School. “Academics are important, but character is paramount at TVT.”

TVT Community Day School, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary, focuses on individualized college preparatory education rooted in Jewish values. The school is pluralistic and inclusive in its approach and open to people of all faiths.

TVT accommodates students from transitional kindergarten to grade 12, and most students are “lifers.” It offers advanced institutes in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics), arts and writing and Jewish studies.

TVT’s mission is to challenge students to think critically and creatively to achieve their fullest potential; to prepare students to be leaders, active learners and responsible citizens; and to succeed at the finest colleges and universities. TVT also strives to inspire students to lead meaningful lives.

For more information on TVT, 5200 Bonita Canyon Drive, Irvine, CA 92603, call (949) 509-9500 or visit