Data are refreshed daily during the school year. Percentages may not equal 100 due to rounding.
Any subgroup with fewer than 10 students or less than 1% is displayed with an "*".
English Language Learner(ELL):
The ELL subgroup includes all students receiving direct instructional services or who are on monitor status. Therefore, ELL data will not match LEP data used for the purposes of No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Adequate Yearly Progress.
The IEP subgroup includes all students who have been diagnosed with a disability and have an Individualized Education Plan.
The economically disadvantaged subgroup includes all students who are eligible to participate in the federally subsidized meals program.
Graduation - Diploma Type:
The Graduation * Diploma Type data are calculations based on the number of students who received a diploma, including the Advanced Studies Diploma, Standard Diploma, or Other (Special Diploma, Modified Standard Diploma, GED certificate, ISAEP certificate, General Achievement Diploma (GAD) or a Certificate of Program Completion).
On-Time Graduation Rate:
The Virginia On-Time Graduation Rate is based on four years of longitudinal student-level data in the commonwealths Educational Information Management System. The formula recognizes that some students with disabilities and limited English proficient (LEP) students are allowed more than the standard four years to earn a diploma and are still counted as on-time graduates.
Simply put, the graduation rate, as defined by the VDOE Board of Education equals [on-time graduates in year x] divided by [(first-time entering 9th graders in year x minus 4) plus (transfers in) minus (transfers out)]:
(On-time Graduates in Year x) / [(# of 1st time entering 9th graders in year x 4) + (Transfers In) (Transfers out & deceased)]
Graduates are defined as students who earn one of the following VDOE approved diplomas:
. Advanced Studies Diploma
. Special Diploma
. Standard Diploma
. General Achievement Diploma
. Modified Standard Diploma
On-time graduates are graduates who earn diplomas within four years of the first time they entered the 9th grade. Special education students and limited English students who have plans in place that allow them more time to graduate will be counted as graduates or non-graduates when they earn a diploma or otherwise exit high school. Deceased students will be counted as transfers out and incarcerated students will be counted as transfers as they leave and re-enter the system.