South Dakota Ranks 25th for High School Graduation
South Dakota Ranks 25th for High School Graduation
Black Hills Knowledge Network photo/Chelsea Gortmaker
May 18, 2015

South Dakota Ranks 25th for On-Time High School Graduation

South Dakota ranked exactly in the middle of the 50 states for high school graduation rates in 2013. Ranked 25th in the nation, 83 percent of South Dakotan high school students graduate on time. Our partners at Minnesota Compass have created a tool that allows you to compare state graduation rates by race or income. (To change between racial and income datasets, hover over the breakdown tab in the center of the graph.)

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These statistics are compiled from the  U.S. Department of Education, the National Center for Education Statistics,  and the Common Core of Data (CCD).

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