A press release from MCPS shows that the graduation rate for Montgomery County Public Schools remains at nearly 90%, higher than the state average of 87.61%.
MCPS touts an increase in graduation rate for African American students (from 87.7% to 88.2%) and an increase of 0.9% for students receiving Free and Reduced Meals (FARMS).
Fourteen high schools saw their graduation rates increase. The largest increases were seen at the following schools:
• Seneca Valley High School (3%)
• Springbrook High School (2.7%)
• Richard Montgomery High School (2.4%)
• Northwest High School (2.2%)
The highest graduation rates belong to the following schools:
• Whitman (97.9%)
• Wootton (97.8%)
• Churchill (97.4%)
• Poolesville (96.2%)
• Walter Johnson (95.8%)
• Quince Orchard (95.6%)
All graduation rates: