Graduation rates at Snohomish County high schools

Every June, a new class of students graduates from local high schools. But some don’t. One way to measure how a high school or school district performs is to look at on-time graduation rates — what percentage of students graduate within four years.

Use the form below to look up the on-time graduation rate for your public high school in Snohomish County or Island County.

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On-time graduation rates by school district

School district 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011 grads
1. Northshore 86.3% 86.6% 88.2% 90.3% 89.3% 1,419
2. South Whidbey 83.9% 75.2% 80.0% 91.1% 88.4% 155
3. Lake Stevens 83.5% 82.8% 83.6% 80.7% 85.4% 451
4. Lakewood 76.3% 78.8% 79.4% 76.6% 81.2% 161
5. Everett 73.7% 76.8% 83.7% 81.6% 80.3% 1,063
6. Edmonds 75.4% 75.4% 77.1% 86.4% 79.0% 1,314
7. Snohomish 76.8% 76.5% 93.8% 90.8% 78.8% 676
8. Mukilteo 73.7% 73.2% 75.3% 76.5% 78.3% 909
9. Coupeville 84.0% 90.0% 91.9% 88.8% 77.2% 68
10. Arlington 65.1% 68.6% 74.0% 84.8% 75.6% 371
11. Stanwood-Camano 75.0% 69.5% 75.8% 87.0% 75.3% 361
12. Oak Harbor 76.3% 81.9% 80.2% 80.2% 74.3% 319
13. Darrington 68.7% 79.0% 75.0% 83.4% 73.8% 37
14. Sultan 72.2% 64.9% 62.5% 65.5% 72.7% 117
15. Granite Falls 66.3% 65.2% 63.7% 86.9% 71.0% 155
16. Marysville 50.7% 50.8% 57.0% 77.0% 67.7% 631
17. Monroe 79.2% 80.5% 80.8% 56.8% 55.5% 323

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