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Graduation Statistics - Historical Grad Rates

Historical Graduation and Completion Rates

Starting in 2009-2010, the method Colorado uses to calculate the graduation rate changed. In the past, early and late graduates were folded into the current graduating class. In the new rate, a student is assigned an Anticipated Year of Graduation (AYG) that does not change. These early and late graduates are reflected in 3-year, 5-year, 6-year, and 7-year graduation rates based on their assigned Anticipated Year of Graduation.

The information below reflects the historical graduation and completion rates of students who graduated in four years (Cohort 4), in five years (Cohort 5), in six years (Cohort 6), and in seven years (Cohort 7). This data spans Anticipated Years of Graduation from 2006-07, 2007-08, and 2008-09.

Anticipated Year of Graduation 2008-2009

Anticipated Year of Graduation 2007-2008

Anticipated Year of Graduation 2006-2007

For additional information, email Reagan Ward,