High School Graduation Profile: San Antonio & Rio Grande Valley

High School Graduation Profile data for
San Antonio & Rio Grande Valley.

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In 2013, Texas passed HB5, which established the Foundation High School Program, replacing the prior requirements. Since passage of HB5, on-time high school graduation rates have increased universally across the state, rarely falling below 90%. Even with these changes, students have unequal access to supports and resources that impact their likelihood of high school graduation, leading to disparities in graduation rates by gender, household income, and race. Factors like chronic absence and high mobility impact graduation rates, even when students experience them in middle and early high school.

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88%

29,587 / 33,549

San Antonio

Four-Year High School Graduation Rate

91%

23,039 / 25,255

Rio Grande Valley

Four-Year High School Graduation Rate

Texas Graduation Rates Increased Over Past Ten Years

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Disparities Exist in High School Graduation by Household Income

Disparities in High School Graduation by Household Income Have Been Reduced but Progress is Stalling

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High School Graduation Varies by Race

Disparities in High School Graduation Narrowing but Progress is Stalling

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Digging Deeper: Income, Gender, and Race Play a Role in High School Graduation Rates

Four-Year High School Graduation Rates, Class of 2022

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Target Name: San Antonio | Target: SAN

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Target Name: San Antonio | Target: SAN

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