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At Walter Johnson High, more than 95 percent of students graduate high school

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By Local Labs News Service | Nov 15, 2018

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About 90.51 percent of Walter Johnson High ninth through 11th graders advanced to the next grade level in 2017 and more than 95 percent of seniors graduated on time, according to the latest schools report card by the Maryland State Department of Education.

Just less than 3 percent of students in the Class of 2017 dropped out of high school.

The average four-year graduation rate is 87.67 percent in Maryland.

Walter Johnson High promotion rates (%)
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
Grade 9
90.4
91.4
91.4
92.9
90.7
Grade 10
>= 95
94.3
91.9
92
89
Grade 11
94.9
91.2
93
91.8
91.9
Grade 12
>= 95
>= 95
>= 95
>= 95
>= 95

Walter Johnson High graduation rates (%)
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
Three-year adjusted cohort
<= 5
<= 5
<= 5
5.25
<= 5
Four-year adjusted cohort
94.49
94.96
>= 95
94.44
>= 95
Five-year adjusted cohort
>= 95
>= 95
>= 95
>= 95
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