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2010 Graduation Rate
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on time graduates2127Graduation Rate55.00%
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first time 9th+ Transfers in- Transfers out3861542536
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Student File
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Method: Grade Rosters were combined for 2006-2007 9th Grade to 2009-2010 12th Grade. Included in these rosters were enter and leave dates and enter and leave codes for students (where available)
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Note: Initially, the entire HS roster for each of the school years was combined, but due to many irregularities in grade levels (e.g. students going from the 11th grade to the 9th), all final analysis consisted of only those students who were specifically labeled in the appropriate grade level.

This year with the close of SASI, some student's leave codes were erroneously stored in a 2010-2011 database in the system. To address this error, 2010-2011 Grade 12 Rosters were also included in the analysis to ensure that all leave codes were accounted for for the 2010 cohort.
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Graduated in 4 years
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Method: All 2006-2007 9th Grade Students who were Present in the 2005-2006 8th Grade are considered "on time" students
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Method2: All subsequent students born in the appropriate period beginning in Oct 1991 are considere "on time" students
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Method2 caveat: All students born in the appropriate period, but going to "Archive School" were deleted from analysis.
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All subsequent analyses used only the students remaining after Method 1 and 2 were completed.
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First Time 9th Grade students
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Method: All students who were ever in the 9th grade at any time were considered 9th grade (because any who transferred in later would be added under the transfer in column)
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Transfers in:
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Method: Not every student who appeared new in a grade had transfer codes. Therefore if a student was not in the previous years' roster, that student was considered "transferred in."
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Transfers Out:
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Method: This was done in several steps -
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Step 1: All students who were not in the subsequent years' class roster were initially coded "transferred out." In 12th Grade, all students with a Leave code (excluding T2) were considered "transferred out."
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Step 2: Removed from this list were all students who dropped out (any code D in Leaving code in their last year)
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Step 3: Any student who did not have a leave code, but disappeared from the roster was considered a drop out and removed from the list.
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Step 4: Any students who had a leave code that indicated a transfer to another NPS school but disappeared from the roster were removed from the list. They were considered drop-outs.
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Step 5: Based on previous analysis by OPPRA, any student coded to Transfer to Adult Education or Tranfer to Another Country were removed from the list. In the past, these codes have been used to "falsely" remove students from the class rosters.
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