Fluvanna Continues to Surpass the State Average for On-Time Graduation

Press release

The Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) released state-level, division-level, and school-level cohort reports that detail outcomes for students who entered the ninth grade for the first time in 2017 and were scheduled to graduate in the spring of 2021. High school cohort reports for schools, school divisions, and the Commonwealth are available for viewing and downloading in the Virginia School Report Card section of the VDOE Web site:  https://www.doe.virginia.gov/news/news_releases/2021/09-30-21-graduation.docx

This is the thirteenth calculation by the state of a longitudinal dropout rate, which tracks students beginning with their ninth-grade year, rather than an annual reporting for a particular school year. The graduation rate is indicative of those students who earned advanced, standard, special, or general achievement diplomas. Students earning a GED are not included in the calculation.  The dropout rate reflects those students who permanently left school and does not include students who are continuing to seek a diploma beyond the four years.

Fluvanna’s on-time graduation rate of 95.3 percent surpassed the state’s rate at 93 percent. The county’s dropout rate of 2.5 percent in 2021 was lower than the state’s average of 4.3 percent.

The state’s report disaggregates the graduation and dropout data to reflect student subgroups. Fluvanna exceeded the state’s performance in six of seven areas for on-time graduation.  Fluvanna saw an increase of 10.2 percentage points, from the previous year, in the area of black students graduating on time boasting a 100 percent rate for this subgroup.

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