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DCSD graduation rate continues to impress

Former Buffalo Ridge students give high-fives upon return to BRE following their high school graduation from RCHS.

Douglas County School District (DCSD) students continue to graduate at impressive rates. Data released by the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) shows that on-time graduation for four-year students is 90.8%, which is 9.16% higher than other school districts in Colorado and a 9% increase from 2010 numbers in Douglas County.

Recent DCSD graduates also accumulated significant scholarships. The class of 2023 earned almost $118 million in scholarships. During the 2022-2023 school year, DCSD students and parents saved $4.5 million in college expenses through DCSD’s concurrent enrollment partnerships.

According to the CDE, the state of Colorado’s four-year graduation rate for 2023 was 83.1%.

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