Average Public School Graduation Rate

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  • The national average public school graduation rate is approximately 86%.
  • The state with the highest average student graduation rate is Connecticut, with an 91% average graduation rate.
  • The state with the lowest average graduation rate is District of Columbia, with an 71% average graduation rate.
  • The public schools with the highest graduation rate in each state are listed below (where sufficient data available).

Average Public School Graduation Rate By State (2020)

State
Average Graduation Rate
Schools with Highest Graduation Rate
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The state with highest average public school graduation rate is Connecticut, with 91%. The county with highest average public school graduation rate is Crockett County, TN with 98%.