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Graduation Rates

One key measure for our schools is the proportion of our students who graduate within four years.

Our goal is to ensure that students from all our schools graduate and go on to college or career, regardless of income, race/ethnicity, special education status, or home language.

Here you can see the most recent Graduation Rates for each of our schools and demographic subgroups (note that data for graduation rates is a year delayed while data is finalized with the state). The charts are interactive with one another, so clicking on a school will filter to subgroups and vice versa.

Graduation Rate Data

9th Graders on Track to Graduate

Research has shown that transitioning into high school is a pivotal year. Students are considered on track if they have completed Algebra and have failed no more than one class.

Our goal is to ensure that students from all our schools are on track to graduate, regardless of income, race/ethnicity, special education status, or home language.

Here you can see how the past three years’ ninth graders have performed at each of our schools, including the highest level of math they have attained and how many courses they failed. The chart showing data by school and the chart showing how different subgroups perform are interactive, so clicking on a bar will filter the other charts on the page.

On Track to Graduate Data

Dual Enrolled Students

Research has shown that students who are enrolled in advanced courses, defined as AP, IB, or Running Start courses are more likely to graduate high school, enroll in college and complete college degrees.

Our goal is to increase the proportion of students grade 11 and 12 enrolled in dual credit programs, regardless of income, race/ethnicity, special education status, or home language.

Here you can see the proportion of students at each school in grades 11 and 12 enrolled in at least one dual credit course and the top 10 advanced courses broken up by whether a student earned an F, a D, or a passing grade. The chart showing data by school and the chart showing how different subgroups perform are interactive, so clicking on a bar will filter the other charts on the page.

Dual Enrolled Data

Chronically Absent

Research has shown that students who are chronically absent, defined as being absent for 10% or more of the time, are much more likely to drop out and to be below grade level.

Our goal is to reduce the proportion of students who are chronically absent, regardless of income, race/ethnicity, special education status, or home language, to keep students in class learning.

Here you can see the proportion of students at each school who were chronically absent over the past three years and the proportion of various demographic groups who were chronically absent. The charts are interactive with one another, so clicking on a school will filter to subgroups and vice versa.

Chronically Absent Data

Suspension or Expulsion

Research has shown that students who are excluded from class either due to a suspension, expulsion, or an in-school suspension are less likely to be on grade level and are less likely to graduate.

Our goal is to reduce the proportion of students who are excluded, regardless of income, race/ethnicity, special education status, or home language, to keep students in class learning.

Here you can see the proportion of students at each school who were given at least one exclusion over the past three years and the proportion of various demographic groups who were excluded. The charts are interactive with one another, so clicking on a school will filter to subgroups and vice versa.

Suspension and Expulsion Data

State Tests

Annual state tests give a snapshot of student performance and are taken for federal accountability. While it is only a snapshot, it is a strong indicator that helps us track whether our students will be college and career ready when they graduate.

Our goal is to increase the proportion of students meeting standard regardless of income, race/ethnicity, special education status, or home language.

Here you can see the proportion of students from selected grades who met standard in each subject on the most recent administration. Clicking on a section of the table will show how each school performed for the past 3 years along with the performance of various demographic groups.

State Tests Data