Hispanic high school graduation rate in the U.S. 2016, by state

High school graduation rate in the United States for Hispanic students of the class of 2016, by state

by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 29, 2019
Hispanic high school graduation rate in the U.S. 2016, by state This statistic shows the high school graduation rate of Hispanic (Latino) students in the United States of the class of 2016. Data is distinguished by state. In 2016, Vermont and West Virginia had the highest graduation rate for Hispanic students at 89 percent.
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High school graduation rate in the United States for Hispanic students of the class of 2016, by state

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Graduation rate of the class of 2016
Vermont 89%
West Virginia 89%
Alabama 87%
Texas 86.9%
Arkansas 85.7%
Maine 85%
Iowa 85%
Tennessee 83.7%
New Jersey 83.3%
Missouri 83.1%
Indiana 82.7%
Kentucky 82%
Mississippi 82%
Nebraska 81.8%
Illinois 81.3%
Delaware 81%
North Carolina 80.1%
Montana 80%
California 80%
Wisconsin 79.9%
South Carolina 79.9%
U.S. average 79.3%
Kansas 79.2%
Rhode Island 79%
Oklahoma 77.8%
North Dakota 77%
Maryland 76.5%
Florida 76.5%
Connecticut 76.4%
Arizona 76.4%
New Hampshire 76%
Alaska 76%
Utah 75.1%
Hawaii 75%
Virginia 74.8%
Wyoming 74%
Idaho 73.7%
Georgia 73.4%
South Dakota 73%
Louisiana 73%
Washington 72.8%
Pennsylvania 72.8%
Ohio 72.8%
Massachusetts 72.7%
Michigan 72.6%
New Mexico 70.7%
Colorado 69.9%
Nevada 69.7%
Oregon 69.4%
District of Columbia 69%
New York 68.1%
Minnesota 65.3%
Graduation rate of the class of 2016
Vermont 89%
West Virginia 89%
Alabama 87%
Texas 86.9%
Arkansas 85.7%
Maine 85%
Iowa 85%
Tennessee 83.7%
New Jersey 83.3%
Missouri 83.1%
Indiana 82.7%
Kentucky 82%
Mississippi 82%
Nebraska 81.8%
Illinois 81.3%
Delaware 81%
North Carolina 80.1%
Montana 80%
California 80%
Wisconsin 79.9%
South Carolina 79.9%
U.S. average 79.3%
Kansas 79.2%
Rhode Island 79%
Oklahoma 77.8%
North Dakota 77%
Maryland 76.5%
Florida 76.5%
Connecticut 76.4%
Arizona 76.4%
New Hampshire 76%
Alaska 76%
Utah 75.1%
Hawaii 75%
Virginia 74.8%
Wyoming 74%
Idaho 73.7%
Georgia 73.4%
South Dakota 73%
Louisiana 73%
Washington 72.8%
Pennsylvania 72.8%
Ohio 72.8%
Massachusetts 72.7%
Michigan 72.6%
New Mexico 70.7%
Colorado 69.9%
Nevada 69.7%
Oregon 69.4%
District of Columbia 69%
New York 68.1%
Minnesota 65.3%
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 29, 2019
This statistic shows the high school graduation rate of Hispanic (Latino) students in the United States of the class of 2016. Data is distinguished by state. In 2016, Vermont and West Virginia had the highest graduation rate for Hispanic students at 89 percent.
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