The four-year adjusted cohort graduation
rate is the percentage of students in a cohort,
adjusted for transfers in and out of school,
district, or state that graduate with a regular
high school diploma within four years of the
student's first enrollment in ninth grade. The
cohort graduation rate displayed comes from
School Year 2016, which is for students who
began ninth grade in the Fall of 2012.
(2) This data is based on the prior
year's reported Trustee's Financial report data.
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