Outcomes and Results

Great Hearts Arizona charter schools are the highest performing network of charter schools in the state. Please see their yearly outcomes and results below.

$76 million in scholarships

The class of 2022 by the numbers:

  • 729 graduates
  • $76,683,369 in merit-based scholarships
  • 78% of our grads earned some form of merit aid
  • 10 National Merit Finalists, 35 National Merit Commended, 36 National Scholars
  • The average SAT score was 1189, +129 over the national average
  • The average ACT score was 26.5, +6.2 points above the national average

The class of 2021 by the numbers:

  • 689 graduates
  • $58,855,545 in merit-based scholarships
  • 74% of our grads earned some form of merit aid
  • 9 National Merit Finalists
  • The average SAT score was 1237, +177 over the national average
  • The average ACT score was 27.2, +6.6 points above the national average

The class of 2020 by the numbers:

  • 555 graduates
  • $44,289,586 in merit-based scholarships
  • 75% of our grads earned some form of merit aid
  • 11 National Merit Finalists
  • The average SAT score was 1243, +175 over the national average
  • The average ACT score was 28, +7 points above the national average

The class of 2019 by the numbers:

  • 498 graduates
  • $41.1 million in merit-based scholarships
  • 80% of our grads earned some form of merit aid
  • 5 National Merit Finalists (2.5 times the national average)
  • 13 National Hispanic Scholars
  • The average SAT score was 1267, +199 over the national average
  • The average ACT score was 27, +6 points above the national average

The class of 2018 by the numbers:

  • 474 graduates
  • $56 million in merit-based scholarships
  • 82% of our grads received some form of merit aid
  • 9 National Merit Finalists (2.5 times the national average)
  • 31 National Merit Commended Students (nearly five times the national average)
  • The average SAT score was 1250, +190 over the national average
  • The average ACT score was 20% higher than the national average
  • The Great Hearts Class of 2018 will be attending college in 48 states (including Washington D.C.) and 6 countries