Graduation Rates

  1. By School District
  2. By Year
Source Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction
Data Table 8-02: Graduation Rates
Map Thurston County Schools
Explanation Graduation rates in Thurston County public schools vary considerably based on the year and whether or not the school is a traditional or non-traditional/alternative school. Traditional schools tend to have graduation rates that are significantly higher than state and countywide averages, while non-traditional schools tend to have lower graduation rates.

In Thurston County, the school with the highest graduation rates for the 2015-2016 school year (when using an adjusted 4-year cohort) was Capital High School, which had over 91% of its students graduate.

Between 2011 and 2015, the countywide graduation has decreased from 80% to just under 75%, despite increases in the statewide graduation rate.
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