SDE: High School Reports

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High School Reports on College Enrollment, Persistence, and Graduation

These reports provide the most complete data about college going, persistence, and graduation that currently exist for Connecticut’s public high schools. They were created for the Connecticut State Department of Education by the National Student Clearinghouse. The reports provide information about students who graduated from Connecticut Public High Schools in 2006-07 through 2013-14 and subsequently enrolled in postsecondary institutions nationally at any point between June 2007 and November 26, 2014.

Follow the steps below to view a report.

1. Select a district: 2. Select a school or program:

This report [PDF] provides a summary of the latest statewide college enrollment, retention, and graduation data and trends, for all students and by student subgroups.

 

Notes:

While prior CSDE reports may have been based on surveys and student self-reports, the results in these reports are determined by securely matching student level data from the Connecticut State Department of Education with official college enrollment records from the National Student Clearinghouse Student Tracker service for students attending public and private two- and four-year institutions across the nation. For more details and definitions of the statistics provided, please refer to the glossary at the end of each report.

College enrollment and retention are primarily personal choices that take into account alternative career paths and the cost of college, both out-of-pocket expenses such as tuition and books, as well as the wages foregone during college. Therefore, comparisons of schools and districts on these statistics that exclude such factors can be misleading.

For some schools, the reports were omitted as cell sizes were generally too small to ensure privacy.





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