After seeing record-high rates last year, Dublin City Schools’ Class of 2023 continued to report strong on-time graduation rates, according to data released today from the Georgia Department of Education.
In fact, the Class of 2023’s overall four-year graduation rate was Dublin City’s highest ever at 97.7%! At 93.3% for Moore Street School and 98.2% for Dublin High School, both high schools’ graduation rates were well above the state average of 84.4%.
With its impressive rate, Dublin City Schools joins the top 22% of school districts statewide that also posted a graduation rate of 95% and above. And, the district earned the highest graduation rate amongst all school districts within the Heart of Georgia Regional Educational Service Area (HGRESA).
“These results reflect the hard work of all our students, staff, families and business partners,” said Dublin City Schools’ Superintendent, Dr. Fred Williams. “As a whole, our district and community have a lot to be proud of.”
This is the fourth year in a row that Dublin City Schools has posted a 90+ point graduation rate. The district has also improved its four-year graduation rate by more than 24 points, up from 73.6% to 97.7%, over the past 10 years.
To mark these record numbers, Dublin City Schools is inviting local businesses and families to join us in celebrating outstanding student achievement. Green and gold bows are available at no cost to the first 200 people who complete this survey or call (478) 484-6554. All we ask is that you proudly display the bow in recognition of the hard work constantly displayed by our students, staff, families and greater school community.