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SCDE Releases Information on Districts and Schools (Report Card/Graduation Rate)

Anderson School District One

October 30, 2020

For Immediate Release

The 2020 graduation rate for all high schools was released by the South Carolina Department of Education. Anderson One had an overall 91.6% graduation rate for 2020. This was the 7th highest graduation rating in the state.

Superintendent Robbie Binnicker said, “We are very pleased that our four-year graduation rate is consistently among the best in the State.  This is a testament to hard work of our teachers and staff, the determination of our students and full support from our parents. “

“The South Carolina Department of Education’s graduation goal for all Districts is to be above the 90th percentile by the year 2035. I am so proud that Anderson One seniors set lofty goals for themselves and are inspired by their teachers and families to reach those goals and graduate with a high school diploma. They are to be commended for earning 91.6% grad rate during such challenging times created by a pandemic. We have had a grad rate above 90% since 2014. This has become a consistent trend for Anderson One. ” said Jane Harrison, Assistant Superintendent.

The annual District and School report cards were released by the South Carolina Department of Education October 30th, 2020. The Education Oversight Committee made the decision for SC districts and schools to maintain their current Report Card rating for 2020-2021.