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Hillsborough graduation rates improve

County grad rates rise

The Florida Department of Education released updated graduation rates on Dec. 11. Below, Hillsborough County's 27 traditional public high schools are ranked by their 2013 rates. The 16 schools that increased their rate from last year are listed in bold. The graduation rate measures the percentage of students who graduate within four years of their first enrollment in ninth grade. The rate does not include students who transfer out of their schools, but does include those who transfer in.

School20132012
Newsome9798
Steinbrenner9392
Bloomingdale92.292.7
Tampa Bay Tech91.688
Plant90.892.5
Strawberry Crest89.283.7
Durant88.786.5
Riverview87.688
Sickles85.684.9
Robinson85.1579.9
School20132012
Plant City83.982
Alonso79.4377
Wharton79.4375.5
Brandon79.0777.6
East Bay78.976.7
Hillsborough77.268.6
King76.7969.5
Freedom76.6575.2
Blake75.364.4
Jefferson74.875.3
Gaither74.374.4
School20132012
Armwood73.268
Lennard7279
Spoto7075
Chamberlain67.572
Leto66.369
Middleton4859
Districtwide74.1472.56
Statewide75.674.5

Source: Florida Department of Education. Numbers are rounded except in instances where extra decimals needed to make comparisons.

Hillsborough graduation rates improve 12/13/13 [Last modified: Friday, December 13, 2013 2:39pm]
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