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Percentage of students who graduated within 4-7 years.
The top graph shows the percentage of students who graduated from high school within 4 years. The next three graphs show the percentage of students who graduated within 5, 6, or 7 years. Each percentage comes from a different group of students who started 9th grade together. To see graduation rates by demographic groups, click on View by Demographics
The 6 and 7-year graduation rate is a new metric that was not measured prior to the 2016 school year.
Graduation rate is calculated based using federal guidance. For more information go to http://www2.ed.gov/policy/elsec/guid/hsgrguidance.pdf
This display allows you to view the graduation rates of various demographics. Select student groups to compare by clicking the checkboxes. If a selected group has fewer than 10 students, no comparison data will be shown. This is done to protect student privacy. You may reset your selections by unchecking an individual box or clear all choices by clicking Reset. The 4 and 5 year graduation rates have multiple years of data so can be shown as a line graph. The 6 and 7 year graduation rates are only available for one year, so are shown as a bar graph.
Selecting “View Details” displays the exact percentage values. It also provides the percentages in a table format, which is beneath each graph.s
A high school diploma is vital both for students who plan to enter college and students who plan to enter the workforce. In order to ensure that graduates are ready for college and career, it is important to evaluate graduation rate in the context of student achievement, college-readiness, and career-readiness.