All student groups have exemplary graduation rates
Overall, the Class of 2018 four-year adjusted cohort graduation rate of 91.95% is lower than the Class of 2017 graduation rate of 92.28%. Four-year graduation rates have remained at or above 95% for two student groups (Asian, White), decreased for three student groups (Black/African American, FARMs, Special Education), and increased for three groups (Hispanic/Latinx, Two or More Races, English Learner).
- Attendance: identifying students whose attendance may predict a later inclination to not complete high school and implementing a multi-tiered system of supports.
- Achievement: implementing early warning and progress monitoring systems in order to develop individualized academic plans and provide appropriate interventions.
- Acceptance: implementing system-wide initiatives aimed at building relationships through a restorative culture, providing opportunities for student voice, and providing connections to arts, sports, and careers.
- Access: expanding evening school options, creating clearer GED pathways with HCC, developing innovative pathway options, and developing community based supports.
Source: Maryland State Department of Education