In the surrounding area, Fluvanna had the second highest graduation rate, according to figures provided by the state Department of Education.

The county’s dropout rate at 2.9 percent, up from 1.4 percent in 2012, is also lower than the state’s average of 5.9 percent.

Fluvanna’s 2013 dropout rate is the third lowest in the area. Only Madison and Orange counties had a lower dropout rate.

The 94.9 percent on-time graduation rate is the highest recorded by Fluvanna since the state began reporting this data. Fluvanna surpassed the previous year’s rates in all subgroups with the exception of students with disabilities.

Not only did Fluvanna surpass the state average in Graduation Rate, Fluvanna’s students earning the more rigorous Advanced Studies Diploma well exceeded the state average of 49.7 percent with a 61.8 percent of Fluvanna students earning this credential, according to the release. The Advanced Studies Diploma prepares students to enter higher education.

“Success stories like this are indicative of the dedication we see on the part of our staff and students at Fluvanna County High School. These results are a reflection of the attention to detail; assuring that we provide opportunities that nurture and nudge our students to learn, grow, and graduate,” said School Superintendent Gena Keller.

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