Graduation rates (5-year) by school district

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Graduating from high school and from college pays off in many ways, but especially in terms of life-long earnings. Workers with associate’s degrees earn appreciably more than high school graduates, and workers with bachelor’s degrees earn nearly twice what workers who have not attended college earn. See Education and State Economic Strength: A Snapshot of Current Data and Obstacles on the Road to Opportunity: Finding a Way Forward.
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Percent – Percent of students in a cohort who graduate within five years, divided by the number of first-time ninth graders five years earlier, less the number of students who have transferred out.


N.A. – Data not available for this school district for this year.






Data Source: 5-Year graduation rates from Mass. Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) ) Massachusetts School and District Profiles: Graduation Rate Report (District) for All Students.

Data last updated June 2018 with data from February 2018.

Footnotes:

Graduation rates not reported for cohort counts fewer than 6.