Public Elementary School Average Graduation Rate in Ohio

All
(3331)
All
(3331)
 
High
(939)
High
(939)
 
Middle
(1090)
Middle
(1090)
 
Elementary
(2384)
Elementary
(2384)
 
Pre-K
(715)
Pre-K
(715)
 
  • The average public elementary school graduation rate in Ohio is approximately 85% per year (2018-19).
  • The top graduation rate public elementary schools are listed below (where sufficient data available).
  • The top graduation rate school in Ohio is currently David Anderson Jr/sr High School, with a graduation rate of 90%.

Public Elementary School Average Graduation Rate in Ohio (2018-19)

  • School Graduation Rate Grades Location
  • Lisbon1.-3. Graduation Rate: 90-94%
    Grades: 6-12260 W Pine St
    LisbonOH 44432
    (330)424-3215

  • Williamsburg1.-3. Graduation Rate: 90-94%
    Grades: 6-12500 S 5th St
    WilliamsburgOH 45176
    (513)724-2211

  • Oak Hill1.-3. Graduation Rate: 90-94%
    Grades: 6-125063 State Route 93
    Oak HillOH 45656
    (740)682-7055

  • Montpelier4.-7. Graduation Rate: 85-89%
    Grades: 6-121015 E Brown Rd
    MontpelierOH 43543
    (419)485-6700

  • Bucyrus4.-7. Graduation Rate: 85-89%
    Grades: 6-12900 W Perry St
    BucyrusOH 44820
    (419)562-7721

  • Cleveland4.-7.
    Constellation Schools: Parma CommunityCharter School
    Graduation Rate: 85-89%
    Grades: K-127667 Day Dr Fl 1st
    ClevelandOH 44129
    (440)888-5490

  • Toronto4.-7. Graduation Rate: 85-89%
    Grades: 6-121305 Dennis Way
    TorontoOH 43964
    (740)537-2442

  • Painesville8.-11. Graduation Rate: 80-89%
    Grades: 6-12329 Vine St
    PainesvilleOH 44077
    (440)354-3592

  • Newbury8.-11. Graduation Rate: 80-89%
    Grades: 6-1214775 Auburn Rd
    NewburyOH 44065
    (440)564-2281

  • Sebring8.-11.
    Mckinley High School
    Graduation Rate: 80-89%
    Grades: 4-12225 E Indiana Ave
    SebringOH 44672
    (330)938-2963

  • Bowerston8.-11. Graduation Rate: 80-89%
    Grades: 5-127205 Cumberland Rd Sw
    BowerstonOH 44695
    (740)269-2711

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