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Look up the results of the state English and math tests for more than 60 private schools across Western New York.

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More than 6,000 students in the third through eighth grades at the region's private schools, mostly Catholic, took the tests in 2013.

Student proficiency in English was higher in Western New York than in any other region of New York. More than 47 percent of the private school students  met or exceeded the proficiency standards in English, compared to the statewide mark of 36 percent for private school students.

In math, 31 percent of the private school students in Western New York met or exceeded proficiency standards, the third highest mark for private school student among the state's 10 regions, according to state Education Department data.

Immaculate Conception in East Aurora and St. Gregory the Great, St. Benedict and Christ the King in Amherst are among the schools that posted strong results.  

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