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RESULTS

CLASS OF 2016 HIGHLIGHTS

  • 100% admitted to college
  • $41.9M in merit scholarships and grants awarded to 291 seniors (An average of $143K per student) *(self-reported numbers; TEA numbers due in fall 2016)
  • Seniors took an average of 7 AP exams during high school.
  • 100% committed to a college
  • 6 of 7 schools had seniors who graduated (Grand Prairie has its first class in 2017)

STATEWIDE ALUMNAE OUTCOMES

  • 100% accepted to college
  • 94% college enrollment the semester after high school graduation
  • 87% second year return rate
  • 33% 4-year college graduation rate (Class of 2009)
  • 45% 6-year college graduation rate (Class of 2009)

Comparison Statistics

  • 9% of students from families in the bottom income quartile earn bachelor’s degrees by age 24
  • 33% of Americans earn a bachelor’s degree by age 24