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Graduation rate rises at W.F. West High School in Chehalis

Jan 11, 2019 | ,

The final estimate for the 2018 on-time graduation rate for W.F. West High School is 93.80 percent, up from 91.10 percent in 2017.  The five-year trend has shown an increase of 12 points from 81.80 percent in 2014. Graduation rates in nearly every student demographic group have risen significantly over the past five years. The official graduation rate will be finalized by the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction in February 2019.

“Our graduation rate is one result of the efforts of our entire teaching staff and their hard work on the goals of our Student Achievement Initiative (IMPROVE, MODERNIZE, and PREPARE),” said Superintendent Ed Rothlin. “We believe that the PREPARE goal starts in kindergarten. We want all of our students to achieve their high school diploma, but then move on to post-secondary learning at colleges, vocational schools or through programs where they can earn degrees or certificates and/or receive training toward achieving the ultimate goal – attaining meaningful careers.”

Student Group 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
WF West High School Total 81.80% 81.80% 86.20% 91.10% 93.80%
American Indian N/A N/A 33.30% 100% N/A
Asian/Pacific Islander 60% 100% 75% 100% 75%
Black 66.60% 50% 66.70% N/A N/A
Hispanic 61.90% 62.90% 88.90% 84.60% 96.40%
Two or More Races 80% 94.10% 87.50% 88.90% 86.70%
White 84.90% 84.80% 87.10% 92.40% 94.60%
Free & Reduced Lunch 67.30% 71.60% 80.50% 84.10% 91.10%
English Language Learner 66.70% 50% 50% 100% 100%

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