POSTSECONDARY READINESS (HS)
WHAT IS POSTSECONDARY READINESS?
This measure illustrates how well-prepared students are for the transition from high school to college and career after graduation. The indicators of postsecondary readiness include the percentages of students earning an ACT composite score of 18 or higher, graduating on time with a high school diploma, and successfully completing college or career readiness coursework. Select 'View Details' to see comparisons to the district and/or state, and how student groups performed in each area.
Due to the impacts of COVID-19, interpret 2021 scores with extreme caution. Comparisons of 2021 scores to previous years or across student groups, schools, and districts are not advised.
HOW IS THE DISTRICT PERFORMING IN EACH SUBJECT AREA?
no increase or decrease from 2020 score
4-YEAR GRADUATION RATE
decrease from 2020 score
increase from 2020 score
HOW DID THE DISTRICT PERFORM COMPARED TO THE STATE?
District Average 57 % State Average 62 % 4-YEAR GRADUATION RATE
District Average 87 % State Average 88 % READINESS COURSEWORK
District Average 80 % State Average 80 %
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