CH Class of 2020 Surpasses State Graduation Rate

Chapel Hill Surpasses State Graduation Rate
The Douglas County School System Class of 2020 four-year high school graduation rate of 89.4% once again surpassed the graduation rate for Georgia. According to data released by the Georgia Department of Education on November 10, 2020, the graduation rate for the state was 83.8%. Scores in Douglas County increased from 87.4% in 2019 to 89.4% in 2020. For the sixth consecutive year, all five high schools in Douglas County exceeded the state graduation rate.

Four of five high schools in Douglas County saw a gain in graduation rate, including Alexander, Chapel Hill, Douglas County and Lithia Springs High Schools. Schools with the highest graduation rates were Chapel Hill High School at 94.9% and Alexander High School at 94.2%. Lithia Springs saw the most growth in graduation rate, with a rate of 87.0% in 2020, up from 82.2% in 2019.
For more information about graduation rates, please visit the Georgia Department of Education website,

DCSS and Georgia Graduation Rates

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