Buster29, my school did things a little differently. We all took the IQ tests over a three day period. We were called into an office individually and a teacher would show us our scores, but obviously no one else's. We were urged not to make a big deal out of the numbers, but of course some students felt like telling everyone their IQ scores.
I was told at the time that a "normal" IQ score was between 90 and 110. Anything between 110 and 150 was considered gifted, and scores over 150 were considered genius. I scored a 120 myself, but I already suspected I was above average because of the advanced classes I was taking. I think those ranges have changed in recent years, or people are now taking different IQ tests. 140 on one test is considered genius, so it helps to know which test you took in order to understand the scores.