TIGER— Rabun County High School recently announced their 2019 graduation rate of 92.7 percent, a rate that’s been over 90 percent for the past five years.
The Georgia Department of Education uses the annual graduation rate to measure whether students are graduating from high school with a regular diploma in four or five years, according to a statement from Rabun County High School.
“Achieving a graduation rate of 92.7 percent is a direct result of the relentless efforts of the faculty and staff who have poured their hearts into our students from the time they join us in Pre-K and Kindergarten until they walk across the stage each May as a Rabun County graduate,” the statement said.
Building relationships has been the secret sauce that’s kept Rabun County’s graduation rate consistently at high marks.
To read the full story, click here.
Headlines in The Clayton Tribune