By Mike DeNardo

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The state has released SAT scores for Pennsylvania’s public high schools, and a Philadelphia school tops the list.

Students at J.R. Masterman School had the highest SAT scores in the state, with a total mean score of 1366, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Education.

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Masterman students had a mean score of 679 in reading and 689 in math.

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The Downingtown STEM Academy was second, Conestoga High third and Radnor High fourth. Philadelphia’s Central High tied for 18th, with Lower Moreland.

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Last year’s SAT was a different test from previous years, so the state advises you can’t precisely compare scores from the year before.