Students at Norton Public Schools outperformed students in the rest of the state in all testing categories, according to MCAS scores released this week.
According to the report, which can be found on Boston.com, Norton as a whole had 75 percent of its students score proficient or higher in English compared to 69 percent of the state. In math, 67 percent of Norton students scored proficient or higher compared to 61 percent of the state. And, in science and technology, 67 percent scored proficient or higher compared to 53 percent of the state.
In all three categories, Norton's overall percentage was in single digits when it came to warning or failing.
Norton Superintendent Joseph Baeta was not immediately available to comment Friday.