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Graduation Rates: Gwinnett County High Schools in 2011

Only one school graduated 100 percent of its students. Do you know which one it is?

Gwinnett County graduated 67.56 percent of students in 2011, the year for which most-recent data is available from the state Department of Education. 

The calculation is based on federal standards that allow all states to equally compare graduation rates across the nation. Georgia released its new calculation in April 2012.

The rate is calculated using the number of students who graduate within four years and includes adjustments for student transfers. (Data for 2012 will likely be based on a five-year cohort, and is expected to be released in spring 2013.)

Rates of neighboring districts, include: Barrow County at 64.22 percent, DeKalb County at 58.65 percent, Forsyth at 86.27, Fulton at 70.05 percent, Hall County at 72.73 percent and Walton County at 74.74 percent.

See below, individual graduation rates for local high schools in 2011. There was only one school in Gwinnett County to graduate 100 percent of its students.

High School Graduation Rate Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science and Technology 100 Brookwood High School 88.74 Parkview High School 87.28 Peachtree Ridge High School 81.61 Grayson High School 80.41 Archer High School 79.49 North Gwinnett High School 78.54 Mill Creek High School 77.26 Collins Hill High School 77.16 Dacula High School 71.61 Duluth High School 70.47 Shiloh High School 68.79 Mountain View High School 67.43 Norcross High School 65.54 South Gwinnett High School 62.01 Lanier High School 60.71 Central Gwinnett High School 56.87 Meadowcreek High School 48.54 Berkmar High School 47.68 Phoenix High School 21.08 Give East 3.61 Oakland Meadow School 0* GIVE West 0* Gwinnett County Public Schools
67.56

* A "0" denotes that there were not enough students to calculate a statistically reliable rate.

Have school news or story idea you want to share, contact Local Editor Joy L. Woodson at Joy.Woodson@patch.com or 404-539-9256.

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