April 24, 2014

Academic Achievement at Koinonia

While the primary goal of Koinonia Academy is to raise strong Christian men and women, academic success has been a direct result of this effort. The consistently outstanding academic achievement of Koinonia graduates in both universities and the business world has been remarkable. With an average class size of 23 students, many might be surprised that for the past decade, at least one Koinonia Student has graduated Summa Cum Laude in his or her respective class, from universities such as Rutgers, Kean, and Seton Hall.

Koinonia Academy graduates have gone on to academic success at Fordham, Dartmouth, Notre Dame, New York University (NYU), Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), Rutgers (The State University of New Jersey), New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), Seton Hall, Providence, Cooper Union, and other prestigious universities. More impressively, the overwhelming academic success of Koinonia Academy graduates is almost invariably attributed to their Koinonia education, which emphasized hard work, diligence, and strong character, and provided them with the tools necessary to excel. Clearly, Koinonia Students demonstrate an undeniable pattern of academic excellence and career success.

SAT Score Comparison
Critical Reading Math Writing
KA AVERAGE (2013) 600 568 567
KA AVERAGE (2012) 550 544 562
 KA AVERAGE (2011) 592 583 595
2013 NJ AVERAGES
PUBLIC SCHOOLS 495 521 496
RELIGIOUSLY AFFILIATED 520 524 523
INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS 590 602 595
ALL NJ SCHOOLS 499 522 500