Freshman On Track
Percentage of grade 9 students who are on track to graduate
This displays the number of freshmen on track in this school. The percentage of freshmen on track is shown by the bold sections of each ring. The rings are color coded for the school, district, and state.
Percentages are listed along side the color key. Or, you can mouse over each colored ring to view the corresponding percentage in the center of the circle.
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Students identified as “on track” have earned at least five full-year course credits (10 semester credits) and have earned no more than one semester “F” in a core course (English, math, science, or social science). Course credits from summer sessions are not included in this calculation. Freshmen on track is a key predictor of high school success. Students who finish the ninth-grade year on track are almost four times as likely to graduate from high school as students who are not on track. Research shows that the number of students on track and the graduation rate rise when schools actively intervene by identifying freshmen at risk and providing tutoring, additional instruction, and other individualized services.