See how local high school students fared on SATs in 2019

Results from the 2019 SATs were released Wednesday by the Pennsylvania Department of Education, and two local schools scored in the top 10, with five local schools landing in the top 20.

The highest-scoring school in the state was the Julia R. Masterman Laboratory and Demonstration School, part of the Philadelphia School District. Masterman students averaged 1,403 — 715 on the math portion and 688 on the reading/writing portion.

The highest-scoring school in the Pittsburgh region was Upper St. Clair High School, which ranked ninth overall with an average score of 1,239 (626 math and 613 reading/writing). Just behind USC at No. 10 statewide was North Allegheny Senior High School, which saw students average 1,236 (622/614).

See the full list in the Pittsburgh Business Times.