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State of Idaho

Grades Served:
Kindergarten - Grade 12

Graduation Rate

Are students in Idaho earning their high school diploma in four or five years?

Obtaining a high school diploma dramatically increases a student’s future educational and workplace opportunities.

Four-Year Graduation Rate for the Cohort Class of 2021


80.1%

2021 Target: 94.9%

Four-Year Graduation Rate for the Cohort Class of 2021

80.1%

Race/Ethnicity

Native American or Alaskan Native

68.9%

2021 Target: 89.6%

Black/African American

67.6%

2021 Target: 94.5%

Asian

85.7%

2021 Target: 95.8%

White

82.5%

2021 Target: 95.3%

Hispanic or Latino

71.8%

2021 Target: 93.4%

Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander

75.0%

2021 Target: 92.4%

Multiracial

76.6%

2021 Target: 94.3%


Student Group

Students from Low Income Families

70.1%

2021 Target: 93.0%

Students Learning English

61.1%

2021 Target: 93.3%

Students with Disabilities

55.8%

2021 Target: 90.1%

Students in Foster Care

38.7%

Students who are Homeless

53.6%

Students from Military Families

75.1%

Students from Migrant Families

63.7%

Five-Year Graduation Rate for the Cohort Class of 2020


84.1%

Five-Year Graduation Rate for the Cohort Class of 2020

84.1%

Race/Ethnicity

Native American or Alaskan Native

67.5%

Black/African American

72.6%

Asian

90.3%

White

85.8%

Hispanic or Latino

78.7%

Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander

76.4%

Multiracial

81.8%

Student Group

Students from Low Income Families

76.5%

Students Learning English

69.3%

Students with Disabilities

62.2%

Students in Foster Care

42.7%

Students who are Homeless

64.2%

Students from Military Families

81.9%

Students from Migrant Families

73.1%

What is the graduation rate in Idaho over time?

Four-Year Graduation Rate for the Cohort Class of 2021