(Salem, Ore.) – The statewide graduation rate for the class of 2019-20 is 82.6 percent, up 2.6 percentage points over the previous year and the highest graduation rate ever recorded in Oregon, according to data released today by the Oregon Department of Education (ODE). The increase means the four-year graduation rate has increased more than 10 percentage points compared to six years ago. – Read the ODE news bulletin here
(Creswell, Ore.) Creswell High School’s graduation rate for the class of 2019-20 is 85.19 percent, 2.6 percentage points higher then the state average. This is a remarkable achievement earned on the heels of a worldwide pandemic.
The Graduating Class of 2020 had an unprecedented ending to their school year. The disruption in a on-site instruction that began in March 2020 did not daunt local graduating Bulldogs. Creswell High School graduating seniors, their families, and district educators shared a mutual goal of closing the school year with a high school diploma. Through hard work, determination and a collaborative endeavor their goal was achieved. Go Bulldogs!
Student learning and success is at the forefront in Creswell School District
The goal of graduation begins the moment a student enters Creswell School District. Staff from all grade levels work to further students’ successes, while keeping their students on a pathway to graduation. Congratulations students, teachers, support staff, and administrators of Creswell School District. It is through your dedication and commitment to education that these graduation rates are achieved.
Superintendent Mike Johnson shared the Oregon Department of Eduction Press Release in an email to all staff, specifically sharing: “As you may have heard the great news about the increased graduation rates for Oregon seniors class of 2020, I want to commend all of you for your hard work with our kids to reach this historical level of success.”
Creswell School District’s “At-A-Glance School and District Profiles for the 2019-20 School Year” (Link)