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High School Graduation Rates


The graduation rate of public high schools is a “cohort” measure of four-year graduation; that is, the share of students who comprise a 9th grade class, plus transfers in, minus transfers out and deceased students, who graduate by the fourth year. For example, those entering 9th grade in the 2000-01 school year comprise the cohort measured by the 2004 data. The four-year graduation rate is calculated for each high school in the determination of their adequate yearly progress (AYP) and the five-year rate is calculated and used in annual AZ LEARNS calculations.

Data Source: 

Arizona Department of Education, Research and Evaluation Section.

iconArizona Graduation Rate (4-Year Cohort)

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iconGraduation Rate by Race/Ethnicity (4-year rate)

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