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Englewood High School's Graduation Rate Climbs

Englewood High School’s graduation rate is climbing! From 2015 to 2016, EHS’ four-year rate increased 7.2%, from 68.4% to 75.6%, while 87.6% earned a diploma or GED within seven years. This is very exciting news for our school and students and a huge testament to the hard work of our teachers and school staff. The rise in our graduation rate is the result of a comprehensive effort to provide our students with multiple ways to prepare for their futures.

Englewood Schools continues to increase the number of high school students graduating each year. Newly released data from the Colorado Department of Education shows Englewood Schools posted a 6.5% increase in its four-year, on-time graduation rate, as well as a 1% decrease in its dropout rate from 2015 to 2016. The four-year graduation rate is calculated based on students who graduate from high school within four years of entering ninth grade. The state also reports three-year graduation rates for students who graduate early and five, six and seven-year graduation rates for students who require additional time to earn a diploma.

From 2015 to 2016, Englewood High School’s four-year rate increased 7.2%, from 68.4% to 75.6%, while 87.6% earned a diploma or GED within seven years. This is very exciting news for our school and students and a huge testament to the hard work of our teachers and school staff. The rise in our graduation rate is the result of a comprehensive effort to provide our students with multiple ways to prepare for their futures. Click here to read more.



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