Cheyenne, WY – Students from the fourth and eighth grades in Wyoming tested above the national average in science, in a continuing trend. According to the results recently released from the 2015 National Assessment of Education Process, Wyoming’s fourth grade students scored a 161 and eighth graders scored a 160. The national average for both is seven points lower at 153. There were only two states who scored higher in fourth grade science scores and only four states tested higher than the state in eighth grade science. The NAEP science test is given every four years, and selects a statistical sampling of 4,3000 students across Wyoming.