The Hall County School district achieved a record high graduation rate of 88.9 percent for the 2019-2020 school year, outpacing the state average of 83.8 percent. This is the highest graduation rate on record for the Hall County School District.
“The increase we have witnessed in our graduation rates over the past five years is a testament to the hard work and sacrifice of our team members and students—and it’s a K-12, classified and certified, team effort,” said Superintendent Will Schofield. “We are committed to preparing our students for the opportunities that await them after high school, whether that be post-secondary study, military, or immediate entry into the workforce. These numbers are a reflection of our district and board’s focus on our balanced scorecard and our belief in rigor for all students.”
Additionally, the district graduated 1,936 students in 2019-2020, compared to 1,762 graduates in the spring of 2019. This is the highest number of graduates on record for the district.
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