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Area High School Graduation Rates
Sunday, 07 November 2010

November 6--  Georgia's high school graduation rate reached an all-time high of nearly 81 percent in 2010, an increase of two percentage points over last year.

However, six area high schools failed to make the state average and four schools graduation rates went down from last year.

Vidalia High School's graduation rate went down from nearly 80 percent in 2009 to 74 percent in 2010.  Montgomery County High School's rate went down nearly five percent to 71 percent.  Tattnall County High School dropped ten percent to 68 percent and Metter High School dropped one percent to 78 percent.

Other high schools under the state average are Toombs County High School at 75 percent and Treutlen High School at 71 percent.

Four area high schools which met the state average in 2010 are Jeff Davis High School, Swainsboro High School, Appling County High School and Wheeler County High School.

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