The cohort graduation rate is the percentage of students in a cohort who graduate within a particular time frame, such as four or five years. A cohort is defined as the set of students that enter high school for the first time in a given school year.
As required by ESEA section 1111(g)(2)(N), provided below is a file cross-tabulated for each major racial and ethnic group, gender, English Learners, students with disabilities, homeless students, and economically disadvantaged students, on Four-Year Graduation Rates. Coming soon: cross-tabulated files on student achievement, growth, and participation rates.
Cross-Tabulated 2016-17 Four-year Cohort Graduation Rates (posted 12/31/2018)
This report presents dropout rates for students who dropped out of grades 9-12 between July 1 and June 30 by school, district, and county, along with rates for student subgroups.