Bel Air High School had some of the highest passing margins in the county.
At least 95 percent of seniors passed in algebra and government, while 93.5 percent passed in biology and 91.5 percent in English.
Juniors did even better, with at least 95 percent passing in algebra, biology and government, while 90.6 percent passed in English.
Scores were similar for 10th grade students, with at least 95 percent passing in algebra and biology, 87.8 percent in English and 94.2 percent in government.
C. Milton Wright also had high passing scores — all grades had at least 95 percent in algebra and government.
Seniors achieved a 91 percent passing rate in biology and 92.1 percent in English, juniors passed at 92.6 percent in biology and 92.5 percent in English and sophomores had at least 95 percent passing biology and 93 percent in English.
Edgewood High School had 87.8 percent of its seniors pass the algebra portion of the rest, 86.6 percent of juniors and 84.4 percent of sophomores.
In biology, 76.9 percent of seniors passed, 80.5 percent of juniors and 82.6 percent of sophomores.
In English, 78.4 percent of seniors passed, 83.3 percent of juniors and 72.5 percent of sophomores. Government passing scores were slightly higher — 84.4 percent of 12th graders, 82.8 in 11th and 83.5 in 10th grade.
At least 95 percent of Fallston High School seniors passed the algebra portion, while the same percentage of sophomores passed algebra and biology.
Both biology and English saw 90 percent of seniors passing and 94.5 percent in government.
Eleventh grade students passed with a 92.3 percent margin in algebra, 93.1 percent in biology, 89.9 percent in English and 94.7 percent in government.
Sophomores had 92.8 percent in the class pass English and 93.3 percent in government.
Biology was a strong subject for Harford Technical High School students — at least 95 percent of juniors and sophomores passed.
Seniors scored high with 92.7 percent passing in algebra, 92.1 percent in biology, 87.4 percent in English and 94.9 percent in government.
For 11th grade, 93.7 percent passed algebra, 88.2 percent in English and 93.8 percent in government.
Tenth graders passed algebra with 92.3 percent of the students, 87.9 percent in English and 89.2 percent in government.
Havre de Grace High School students did the best in algebra, with 87 percent of seniors passing, 91.4 percent in 11th grade and 91 percent of 10th grade.
In biology, 85.4 percent of seniors passed, 88.2 percent of juniors and 91.6 percent of sophomores. For English, seniors passed with an 84.1 percent margin, 78.3 percent for 11th grade and 79.2 percent in 10th. In government, 87.2 percent of seniors passed, 91.9 percent of juniors and 82.3 percent of sophomores.
Joppatowne High School students did well in government, with 86 percent of seniors passing, 87.4 percent of juniors and 84.2 percent of sophomores.
In other subjects for seniors, 85.6 percent passed algebra, 76 percent in biology and 72.6 percent in English. For juniors, 83.9 percent passed algebra, 80.6 percent in biology and 75.2 percent in English. Tenth-graders passed algebra with 82 percent, biology with 77.6 percent and English with 72 percent.
North Harford High School had at least 95 percent of its students passing in several subjects, as well.
At least 95 percent of seniors and juniors passed in government and the same percentage of sophomores passed in algebra and biology.
For seniors, 92.7 percent passed algebra, 88.2 percent biology and 91.4 percent English. Juniors passed algebra with 93.5 percent, 93.1 percent in biology and 91.6 percent in English.
Patterson Mill High School students excelled in multiple subjects.
At least 95 percent of seniors passed in algebra, biology and government, as well as at least 95 percent of juniors and sophomores in algebra and biology.
In English, 93.9 percent of seniors passed and 93 percent for both juniors and sophomores. For government, 94.9 percent of juniors passed and 94 percent of 10th graders.