Dropout rates for Oklahoma City high schools

Oklahoman Published: February 26, 2012
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BY THE NUMBERS

Dropout rates for Oklahoma City high schools

The following dropout rates are for the year ending Sept. 30, compared to the previous year.

• Capitol Hill: 79, down from 86.

• Classen School of Advanced Studies: Zero, the same as the year before.

• Douglass: One, down from eight.

• Emerson: 40, up from 39.

• John Marshall: Seven, up from one.

• Northeast Academy: One, up from zero.

• Northwest Classen: 55, the same as the year before.

• Oklahoma Centennial: 12, down from 19.

• Southeast: 19, down from 24.

• Star Spencer: Two, down from three.

• U.S. Grant: 147, up from 95.

Source: Oklahoma City School District



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