The California Department of Public Instruction has released its first annual report on public school dropout and graduation rates using its new, and more accurate, tracking system for student performance. Results for Frazier Mountain High School came out on Tuesday, Dec. 7. The first data is for the 2008-09 school year through the California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System (CALPADS). It shows FMHS had 30 students who did not graduate or who left the system without trace.
Statewide, in 2008-09, 70.1 percent of public school students graduated from high school. The adjusted four-year derived dropout rate for the same school year is 21.7 percent, up from 18.9 percent the previous year.
Frazier Mountain High School Dropout and Graduation Rates
|Exit Reason 2008-2009||Number of Exits|
Exit, No Known Enrollment
Completed Exit (Graduated)
Expelled, No Known Enrollment
Exit, Medical Reasons
Summer Exit (Freshmen through Juniors)
No Show, Other
Transferred to Another CA School
Transferred Out Of State
Transferred Out Of Country
Transferred to Home School
School Total 2008-2009
This is part of the December 10, 2010 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.
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