High School Completion Rates in Appalachia, 2009–2013

(County Rates)

A high school completion rate is the percentage of persons ages 25 and over with a high school diploma or more. The map uses natural breaks in the distribution to organize the data into groups of common values.

This map shows the high school completion rate of persons ages 25 and over in each of the ARC counties. Appalachian high school completion rates range from 55.2% to 93.1%. The Appalachian average is 84.6%. The U.S. average is 86.0%. For a list of county data by state, see the downloadable Excel file.