Redmond School District Graduation Rate Surpasses State Average

Redmond, Ore – Redmond School District is proud to announce its 2018-2019 graduation rate for the district is 84.3 percent, which is all inclusive, district wide graduation rate.

This puts Redmond School District among the highest district graduation rates in the region and four percentage points higher than the state average of 80%.

The district is proud of the upward trend of student graduation rates with an increase of more than 14 percentage points since 2013-2014. Redmond School District also happy to report a steady increase in the district’s five year completer rate at 86.4% which includes graduates, plus students who earned a GED or other form of high school diploma.

The district’s historical four year cohort graduation rates are illustrated in the following table:

2018-19 

Four-Year Cohort 

Graduation Rate

2017-18

Four-Year Cohort

Graduation Rate

2016-17

Four-Year Cohort

Graduation Rate

2015-16

Four-Year Cohort

Graduation Rate

2014-15

Four-Year Cohort

Graduation Rate

2013-14

Four-Year Cohort

Graduation Rate

84.30

82.86

79.28

79.14

70.51

70.45

Redmond School District’s model of inclusion, targeted supports and the importance of student relationships has proven worthwhile in helping students walk across the finish line at graduation. Redmond School District high schools place significant emphasis on efforts to engage students in meaningful relationships through individualized outreach and student engagement. 

Redmond School District does not operate an alternative high school, believing in the model of inclusion where students can equitably access extracurricular, athletic and Career and Technical Education (CTE) opportunities. District data shows that Redmond students that participate in two or more CTE courses graduate at a rate of 93.5%, proving the value of meaningful student engagement.

The district also reports an increase in four year graduation rates in students of underserved populations such as students with disabilities, migrant students, homeless students, and english learners. 

“Redmond School District is proud of the work our schools and team members are doing to serve our families,” shared Mike McIntosh, Redmond School District Superintendent. “In an ever changing world we’re taking steps to adapt to the needs of our community, our students and the future workforce.”

For questions or more information about Redmond School District’s graduation rate release, please contact Kelly Jenkins, communications coordinator, at 541-23-8233.