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% of Students Who Graduate
Graduation Rate

In 2017, 453 seniors graduated from Vance County and were awarded over $6.6 million in scholarships. Our top priority is ensuring that every student is college prepared and workforce and career ready and all students should have meaningful opportunities to choose from at the culmination of their academic journey with us.

Graduate students prepared for post‐secondary education

  1. Increase the percentage of students receiving a diploma within four years
  2. Increase the percentage of students successfully completing at least one Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), Career and Technology Education (CTE) Concentrator, or other college level course during high school
  3. Increase the percentage of students earning scores of 4 and 5 on the Grade 8 End‐of‐Grade assessment (EOG) in reading, mathematics and science
  4. Increase the percentage of 11th graders scoring at or above the minimum requirement score on the ACT for admission into the UNC System (composite score of 17)
  5. Increase the Average ACT Composite Score of Grade 11 students
  6. Increase the percentage of students scoring a 3 on AP

Graduate students prepared for employment

  1. Increase the percentage of graduates who are CTE concentrators
  2. Increase the percentage of graduates who earned a Silver or better on the ACT WorkKeys assessment
  3. Increase the percentage of graduates who participate in a work‐based learning opportunity while in high school

Read more about our 2017 graduates!

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