ROANOKE COUNTY, Va. (WFXR) – Roanoke County Public Schools (RCPS) has announced that it’s continued on-time graduation rate has held steady at 94.9-percent, which is the same rate from last year and is 2.6-percent higher than the state average of 92.3-percent.
More than 59-percent of Roanoke County graduates earned an Advanced Studies Diploma.
RCPS says it has one of the highest on-time graduation rates in the region and has one of the highest on-time graduation rates in the state for medium-to-large-sized school districts.
“Our primary purpose is to help our students learn, succeed and graduate from high school,” said Dr. Ken Nicely, Superintendent of Roanoke County Schools. “I’d like to commend the exceptional work of our teachers and support staff who work hard every day to provide outstanding instruction in Roanoke County.”
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