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CMS Graduation Rates

These are the 2012 four-year graduation rates reported by the state on Thursday, with a comparison to the previous year. The districtwide graduation rate rose from 73.5 to 75.1.
School 2012 rate 2011 rate Change
Cato 99 percent 100 percent -1
Hough 96.1 percent NA NA
Rocky River 94.2 percent NA NA
Ardrey Kell 93.5 percent 91.5 percent +2
Providence 92.1 percent 93.2 percent -1.1
Northwest 91.3 percent 89 percent +2.3
Mallard Creek 89.9 percent 93.1 percent -3.2
Performance Learning 89.7 percent 82.4 percent +7.3
Harding 88.1 percent 88.5 percent -0.4
Berry 88.1 percent 91.5 percent -3.4
Olympic Math/Science 86.6 percent 89.5 percent -2.9
Butler 86.4 percent 85.2 percent +1.2
Myers Park 86.4 percent 85.2 percent +1.2
South Meck 86 percent 84.1 percent +1.9
Olympic Biotech 85.1 percent 82.5 percent +2.6
North Meck 79.6 percent 88.9 percent -9.3
Davis Military 78.6 percent 90.9 percent -12.3
Vance 78.6 percent 70.2 percent +8.4
Hopewell 77.3 percent 79.6 percent -2.3
Independence 76.8 percent 76.4 percent +0.4
Olympic Int'l Business 76.8 percent 78.9 percent -2.1
East Meck 76.2 percent 74 percent +2.2
Olympic Renaissance 74.7 percent 74.7 percent 0
Hawthorne 71.1 percent 70.8 percent +0.3
Garinger New Tech 70.2 percent 81.3 percent -11.1
Olympic Global 69.1 percent 73.3 percent -4.2
Garinger International 69 percent 72.4 percent -3.4
West Meck 66.9 percent 64.1 percent +2.8
Garinger Leadership 61.4 percent 51.6 percent +9.8
Garinger Business 57.5 percent 73.8 percent -16.3
Garinger Math/Science 57 percent 60.2 percent -3.2
West Charlotte 55.7 percent 54.3 percent +1.4

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