Completion, Graduation, and Dropouts Data Search

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Annual Dropouts

The annual dropout rate is the percentage of students in a specified grade range who drop out of school during one school year. This data set includes both the number and rate of annual dropouts for all Grade 7-12 students and various student groups. Annual dropout data searches are available for the following years. Please select one:

2013-14 Annual Dropout Rates
2012-13 Annual Dropout Rates
2011-12 Annual Dropout Rates
2010-11 Annual Dropout Rates
2009-10 Annual Dropout Rates
2008-09 Annual Dropout Rates
2007-08 Annual Dropout Rates
2006-07 Annual Dropout Rates
2005-06 Annual Dropout Rates
2004-05 Annual Dropout Rates
2003-04 Annual Dropout Rates
2002-03 Annual Dropout Rates

For additional information, including data for previous years, please see reports on secondary school completion and dropouts in Texas public schools, published by the Texas Education Agency (TEA).


 

High School Completion

Longitudinal high school rates show the percentage of students from a class of beginning ninth graders who graduate (graduation rate) or drop out before completing high school (dropout rate). Numbers and longitudinal rates are provided for all students and various student groups, including graduates, continuers, dropouts, and GED recipients.

Four-Year Rates

Four-year longitudinal rates show the percentage of students from a class of beginning ninth graders who graduate or drop out of high school by their anticipated graduation date. The four-year longitudinal graduation rate for the class of 2014, for example, is the percentage of students who began ninth grade in 2010-11 and graduated by August 31, 2014. Data searches are available for the following classes. Please select one:

Class of 2014 Four-Year Rates
Class of 2013 Four-Year Rates
Class of 2012 Four-Year Rates
Class of 2011 Four-Year Rates
Class of 2010 Four-Year Rates
Class of 2009 Four-Year Rates
Class of 2008 Four-Year Rates
Class of 2007 Four-Year Rates
Class of 2006 Four-Year Rates
Class of 2005 Four-Year Rates
Class of 2004 Four-Year Rates
Class of 2003 Four-Year Rates

Five-Year Extended Rates

Five-year extended longitudinal rates show the percentage of students from a class of beginning ninth graders who graduate or drop out of high school within one year of their anticipated graduation date. The five-year extended longitudinal graduation rate for the class of 2013, for example, is the percentage of students who began ninth grade in 2009-10 and graduated by August 31, 2014. Data searches are available for the following classes. Please select one:

Class of 2013 Five-Year Extended Rates
Class of 2012 Five-Year Extended Rates
Class of 2011 Five-Year Extended Rates
Class of 2010 Five-Year Extended Rates
Class of 2009 Five-Year Extended Rates
Class of 2008 Five-Year Extended Rates

Six-Year Extended Rates

Six-year extended longitudinal rates show the percentage of students from a class of beginning ninth graders who graduate or drop out of high school within two years of their anticipated graduation date. The six-year extended longitudinal graduation rate for the class of 2012, for example, is the percentage of students who began ninth grade in 2008-09 and graduated by August 31, 2014. Data searches are available for the following classes. Please select one:

Class of 2012 Six-Year Extended Rates
Class of 2011 Six-Year Extended Rates
Class of 2010 Six-Year Extended Rates

For additional information, including data for previous years, please see reports on secondary school completion and dropouts in Texas public schools, published by TEA.

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Campus Graduation Summaries

Campus graduation summaries provide the graduation status of a starting group of ninth graders for high schools. Data searches are available for the following classes. Please select one:

Class of 2014 Campus Summaries
Class of 2013 Campus Summaries
Class of 2012 Campus Summaries
Class of 2011 Campus Summaries
Class of 2010 Campus Summaries
Class of 2009 Campus Summaries

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Reporting on Annual Individual Graduation Committees

Per Texas Education Code Section 28.0259(c), the agency is required to make data on individual graduation committees (IGCs) available on the agency’s website. In 2015, the 84th Texas Legislature passed Senate Bill 149, which revised the state's assessment graduation requirements for students enrolled in Grades 11 or 12 during the 2014-15, 2015-16, and 2016-17 school years. Under the new requirements, a student who failed the end-of-course (EOC) assessment for no more than two courses may receive a Texas high school diploma if the student has qualified to graduate by means of an IGC determination. The agency is providing information on students graduating in the 2014-15 school year: the number of students who were assigned an IGC committee; the number of IGC graduates; the number of all graduates; and the percentage that IGC graduates represent of total graduates. This file at the link below provides data at the state, region, district, and campus levels by race/ethnicity, gender, and economic status. Additional data are provided at the state level by diploma program as well as by Foundation High School Plan endorsement and the Distinguished Level of Achievement. The agency is also presenting state-level data on EOC assessments, including the number and subject areas of the assessments IGC graduates failed. Note that these data represent graduates reported for the 2014-15 school year; they do not show longitudinal graduation rates. Click the link below to access the data for the 2014-15 school year:

2014-15 Annual Individual Graduation Committee Data

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