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September 21, 2007

Albany-- Significant three-year average gains in critical reading and math SAT scores at Monroe High School has been applauded by Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue. Monroe has been announced the regional winner of the of the Governor's Cup, a competition that focuses on boosting SAT scores to enable more students to have access to post-secondary opportunities.

Administrators say they will continue to challenge the student body. "Hard work pays off and we encourage our students at all times to go the extra mile and prepare for the standardized tests, no matter what type and a lot of them did that."

The High School got a trophy and a one-thousand dollar to support continued S-A-T preparation efforts.

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