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High School On-Time Graduation Rates

Standard Diploma Requirements by Cohort

Earnings

The more you learn, the more you earn. High school graduates earn a national average of $8,000 more annually compared to high school dropouts. High school graduates are also far less likely to be periodically unemployed, on government assistance, or in and out of the prison system compared to high school dropouts. (Alliance for Excellent Education)

Success in the New Economy

High school graduation rate*, Single Year Rates

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  Escambia Florida

School

Year

Rate

(%)

Rate

(%)

2014 - 2015 72.7 77.8
2013 - 2014 66.2 76.1
2012 - 2013 64.2 75.6
2011 - 2012 62.1 74.5
2010 - 2011 57.7 70.6

 

 

*Florida uses the U.S. Department of Education graduate rate that measures the percentage of students who graduate within four years of their first enrollment in ninth grade with a standard diploma.

Graduation Coaches


Ann Baisden: (850) 941-6200 x2120

abaisden@escambia.k12.fl.us

Serving Escambia High School and Northview High School

 

Holly Busse: (850) 941-6200 x2104

hbusse@escambia.k12.fl.us

Serving Pensacola High School and Washington High School

 

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Jesse Wolfe: (850) 941-6200 x2189

jwolfe@escambia.k12.fl.us

Serving Pine Forest High School and Tate High School

 

All serving West Florida High School and Alternative Education