The Ailey School is a Private not-for-profit school located in New York, NY. The Ailey School has a total enrollment of 106 with a graduation rate of 59% and a student/faculty ratio of 3:1.
If SAT (scholastic aptitude test) scores are required for admission to this school, both the SAT range and the national SAT averages will be displayed above. The SAT range is a reflection of the range of SAT scores that are generally (but not always) required to attend the school. The national SAT average distribution graph shows the average SAT scores for every school in the country. The The Ailey School SAT range (if available) is highlighted in blue to give students a general idea of what their SAT scores would need to be to attend The Ailey School.
|School type||Nondegree granting, sub-baccalaureate|
|Institutional category||Private not-for-profit|
|Avg. price for students receiving grants||$24,543|
|Avg. price for students living on campus||$31,810|
|Avg. price for students living off campus||$34,965|
|Average staff salary||n/a|
Both the SAT and ACT scores are used for college admissions and generally contain the same types of content. The SAT score is derived by combining two sections with a low of 400 to a maximum score of 1600. The two sections are 200 to 800 for SAT Math and 200 to 800 for SAT Reading. The ACT composite score is derived by combining English, Math, Reading and Science with a range from 1 to 36.
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