Palm Beach County High School Graduation Rate
In October 2008, the U.S. Department of Education (USDOE) issued new directives for graduation rates. These new regulations require each state to calculate a four-year adjusted cohort rate, which follows students for four years after entering the ninth-grade for the first time. The USDOE adopted this calculation method in an effort to streamline graduation rate calculations and establish uniform, accurate, and comparable rates across all states.
Graduation Rate Analysis Tools
Use the menu above to view the Graduation Rate Analysis Tools which have been designed to support high schools to analyze their graduation rate data and develop strategies for positive change. All data is based on the Federal Graduation Rate provided by the FDOE. This series of applications allows dynamic sorting by clicking at the top of each column, and builds a graph of the data displayed below each data table. All applications are best served with the Google Chrome browser.
Florida's Graduation Rate (Federal Uniform Rate)
All Students who entered Grade 9 four years previously
All new enrolled students entering during grade 10, 11, or 12
- Other K-12 Schools Public or Private (not including DJJs)
- Home Education
- Deceased Students
(On-Time Graduates from
- Standard diploma recipients.
(All Non-Grads Remaining in the
GED diploma recipients,
Special diploma recipients,
Continuing enrollees who are not on-time graduates,
Transfers to adult education programs or DJJ centers who are not standard diploma recipients.
SCHOOL DISTRICT OF PALM BEACH COUNTY
DEPARTMENT OF RESEARCH EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT