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Graduation Rate

These graphs show the 4-year and 7-year adjusted cohort graduation rates. The 4-year adjusted cohort graduation rate shows the percent of students who graduated (receiving a regular diploma) within four years of entering ninth grade. Colorado also prioritizes extended-year graduation rates, which account for students who may require additional time to complete high school, such as those who started below grade-level and students whose coursework is interrupted for a semester or more. The 7-year adjusted cohort graduation rate shows the percent of students who graduated (receiving a regular diploma) within seven years of entering ninth grade.

Source(s): 2018 Graduation Data for the 4-year graduation cohort (students with an anticipated year of graduation (AYG) of 2017-18) and for the 7-year graduation cohort (students with an anticipated year of graduation (AYG) of 2014-15).

For more information on graduation rates, and for school- and district-level results, please visit the CDE Graduation Statistics webpage (www.cde.state.co.us/cdereval/gradratecurrent).