Graduation Rate Component for Dropout Prevention and Recovery Schools

This rating reports the number of students graduating from your school in four, five, six, seven or eight years.

What is being rated?

  1. The number of students who graduated in four years or less.
  2. The number of students who graduated in five years or less.
  3. The number of students who graduated in six years or less.
  4. The number of students who graduated in seven years or less.
  5. The number of students who graduated in eight years or less.

Why is this important?

Almost all jobs require skills and education beyond a high school diploma. Measuring the four-, five-, six-, seven- and eight-year graduation rates gives the school credit for helping students finish their diplomas.

Questions to ask

If students are not graduating, why?


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Last Modified: 9/13/2017 4:07:12 PM