Three high schools in Johnston County were recognized by the N.C. Department of Public Instruction for achieving outstanding graduation rates in the 2019-2020 school year.
Johnston County Early College Academy was recognized for earning a graduation rate of 100 percent, while Corinth Holders High and Cleveland High were recognized for earning graduation rates of 95+ percent.
“A high graduation rate is an outstanding achievement that represents an impressive amount of hard work by students and educators, said JCPS Superintendent Dr. Eric Bracy. “The exceptional performance of these schools confirms the dedication they have to the success of our students.”
Each school received a certificate of achievement from the N.C. Department of Instruction recognizing their leadership as well as the hard work, collaboration, and best practices of the teachers and staff.
The 4-Year Cohort Graduation Rates for all schools in the state were first released by NCDPI in September 2020.