Top Graduation Rate Public Schools in Georgia

  • Public school in Georgia achieve an average graduation rate of 82% (2020).
  • The public schools with the highest graduation rate are listed below (where sufficient data available).
  • The public school with the highest graduation rate in Georgia is Arabia Mountain High School - Academy Of Engineering- Medic with ≥99% of students graduating.

Top Graduation Rate Public Schools in Georgia (2020)

  • School Graduation Rate Grades Location
  • 1.-5. Graduation Rate: ≥99%
    Grades: 9-126610 Browns Mill Rd
    LithoniaGA 30038
    (678)875-3602

  • 1.-5.
    Columbus High SchoolRank: #1-5
    Graduation Rate: ≥99%
    Grades: 9-121700 Cherokee Ave
    ColumbusGA 31906
    (706)748-2534

  • 1.-5.
    Greenbrier High SchoolRank: #1-5
    Graduation Rate: ≥99%
    Grades: 9-125114 Riverwood Pkwy
    EvansGA 30809
    (706)650-6040

  • 1.-5.
    Lambert High SchoolRank: #1-5
    Graduation Rate: ≥99%
    Grades: 9-12805 Nichols Rd
    SuwaneeGA 30024
    (678)965-5050

  • 1.-5.
    Savannah Arts AcademyRank: #1-5
    Graduation Rate: ≥99%
    Grades: 9-12500 Washington Ave
    SavannahGA 31405
    (912)395-5000

  • 6.-8.
    Calhoun High SchoolRank: #6-8
    Graduation Rate: 98%
    Grades: 9-12355 S River St
    CalhounGA 30701
    (706)629-9213

  • 6.-8.
    Cambridge High SchoolRank: #6-8
    Graduation Rate: 98%
    Grades: 9-122845 Bethany Bnd
    AlpharettaGA 30004
    (470)254-2883

  • 6.-8.
    Chattahoochee High SchoolRank: #6-8
    Graduation Rate: 98%
    Grades: 9-125230 Taylor Rd
    AlpharettaGA 30022
    (470)254-7600

  • 9.-12.
    Dawson County High SchoolRank: #9-12
    Graduation Rate: 97%
    Grades: 10-121665 Perimeter Rd
    DawsonvilleGA 30534
    (706)265-6555

  • 9.-12.
    North Murray High SchoolRank: #9-12
    Graduation Rate: 97%
    Grades: 9-122662 Mount Carmel Church Rd
    ChatsworthGA 30705
    (706)695-7760

  • 9.-12.
    Northview High SchoolRank: #9-12
    Graduation Rate: 97%
    Grades: 9-1210625 Parsons Rd
    DuluthGA 30097
    (470)254-3828

  • 9.-12.
    South Forsyth High SchoolRank: #9-12
    Graduation Rate: 97%
    Grades: 9-12585 Peachtree Pkwy
    CummingGA 30041
    (770)781-2264

  • 13.-20.
    Decatur High SchoolRank: #13-20
    Graduation Rate: 96%
    Grades: 9-12310 N Mcdonough St
    DecaturGA 30030
    (404)370-4420

  • 13.-20.
    Harrison High SchoolRank: #13-20
    Graduation Rate: 96%
    Grades: 9-124500 Due West Rd Nw
    KennesawGA 30152
    (678)594-8104

  • 13.-20.
    Johns Creek High SchoolRank: #13-20
    Graduation Rate: 96%
    Grades: 9-125575 State Bridge Rd
    AlpharettaGA 30022
    (470)254-2138

  • 13.-20.
    Lassiter High SchoolRank: #13-20
    Graduation Rate: 96%
    Grades: 9-122601 Shallowford Rd
    MariettaGA 30066
    (678)494-7863

  • 13.-20.
    North Gwinnett High SchoolRank: #13-20
    Graduation Rate: 96%
    Grades: 9-1220 Level Creek Rd
    SuwaneeGA 30024
    (770)945-9558

  • 13.-20.
    North Oconee High SchoolRank: #13-20
    Graduation Rate: 96%
    Grades: 9-121081 Rocky Branch Rd
    BogartGA 30622
    (706)769-7760

  • 13.-20.
    Oconee County High SchoolRank: #13-20
    Graduation Rate: 96%
    Grades: 9-122721 Hog Mountain Rd
    WatkinsvilleGA 30677
    (706)769-6655

  • 13.-20.
    Pepperell High SchoolRank: #13-20
    Graduation Rate: 96%
    Grades: 9-123 Dragon Dr Se
    LindaleGA 30147
    (706)236-1844

  • 21.-44.
    Armuchee High SchoolRank: #21-44
    Graduation Rate: ≥95%
    Grades: 9-124203 Martha Berry Hwy Nw
    RomeGA 30165
    (706)236-1888

  • 21.-44.
    Bleckley County High SchoolRank: #21-44
    Graduation Rate: ≥95%
    Grades: 9-121 Royal Dr
    CochranGA 31014
    (478)934-6258

  • 21.-44.
    Bremen High SchoolRank: #21-44
    Graduation Rate: ≥95%
    Grades: 9-12504 Georgia Ave S
    BremenGA 30110
    (770)537-2592

  • 21.-44.
    Charles Drew Charter School Ja/saRank: #21-44
    Charter School
    Graduation Rate: ≥95%
    Grades: 6-12300 E Lake Blvd Se
    AtlantaGA 30317
    (404)687-0001

  • 21.-44.
    Davidson Magnet SchoolRank: #21-44
    Magnet School
    Graduation Rate: ≥95%
    Grades: 6-12615 12th St
    AugustaGA 30901
    (706)823-6924

  • 21.-44.
    Dekalb School Of The ArtsRank: #21-44
    Graduation Rate: ≥95%
    Grades: 8-121192 Clarendon Ave
    Avondale EstatesGA 30002
    (678)676-2502

  • 21.-44.
    Dodge County High SchoolRank: #21-44
    Graduation Rate: ≥95%
    Grades: 9-12350 Pearl Bates Ave
    EastmanGA 31023
    (478)374-7711

  • 21.-44.
    Early College High School At CarverRank: #21-44
    Graduation Rate: ≥95%
    Grades: 9-1255 Mcdonough Blvd Se
    AtlantaGA 30315
    (404)802-4405

  • 21.-44. Graduation Rate: ≥95%
    Grades: 8-121435 Hoods Mill Rd
    CommerceGA 30529
    (706)336-8900

  • 21.-44.
    Gordon Lee High SchoolRank: #21-44
    Graduation Rate: ≥95%
    Grades: 9-12105 Lee Cir
    ChickamaugaGA 30707
    (706)382-3100

  • 21.-44. Graduation Rate: ≥95%
    Grades: 9-12970 Mcelvaney Ln
    LawrencevilleGA 30044
    (678)518-6700

  • 21.-44.
    Hancock Central High SchoolRank: #21-44
    Graduation Rate: ≥95%
    Grades: 9-1211311 Ga Highway 15
    SpartaGA 31087
    (706)444-7009

  • 21.-44.
    Hart County High SchoolRank: #21-44
    Graduation Rate: ≥95%
    Grades: 9-1259 Fifth St
    HartwellGA 30643
    (706)376-5461

  • 21.-44.
    Johnson MagnetRank: #21-44
    Magnet School
    Graduation Rate: ≥95%
    Grades: 6-121324 Laney Walker Blvd
    AugustaGA 30901
    (706)823-6933

  • 21.-44. Graduation Rate: ≥95%
    Grades: 9-122530 Mount Zion Pkwy
    JonesboroGA 30236
    (770)473-2785

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