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Wyoming high school graduation rates remain steady; see percentage of graduates for every school district

Triumph High School Graduation Class of 2023 (Photo by Stephanie Lam / Cap City News)

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The Wyoming Department of Education announced that high school graduation rates remained relatively consistent, with 81.4% in 2022–23, a slight decrease of .4% from the 2021–22 school year’s 81.8%. Wyoming’s graduation rates have remained statistically strong — above 80% since 2015–16. Despite the slight decrease, 284 more students graduated last year than the year prior.

Photo courtesy of Wyoming Department of Education

“Not only will we continue to work toward every high school senior graduating, but that when they do they are fully prepared for the future workforce,” said State Superintendent of Public Instruction Megan Degenfelder in a news release.

Students concentrating in a Career and Technical Education program of study had much higher graduation rates than their peers. CTE remains a top priority in Degenfelder’s strategic plan. During the past school year, more than 95% of students in this study program graduated.

District graduation rates

  • Albany County School District 1: 78.5%
  • Big Horn County School District 1: 77.4%
  • Big Horn County School District 2: 83.3%
  • Big Horn County School District 3: 86.1%
  • Big Horn County School District 4: 87%
  • Campbell County School District 1: 80.8%
  • Carbon County School District 1: 79.4%
  • Carbon County School District 2: 93.2%
  • Converse County School District 1: 85.1%
  • Converse County School District 2: 95.9%
  • Crook County School District 1: 89%
  • Fremont County School District 1: 80.4%
  • Fremont County School District 2: 91.7%
  • Fremont County School District 6: 84.6%
  • Fremont County School District 14: 49%
  • Fremont County School District 21: 50%
  • Fremont County School District 24: 91.7%
  • Fremont County School District 25: 64.4%
  • Fremont County School District 38: 47.4%
  • Goshen County School District 1: 81.1%
  • Hot Springs County School District 1: 78.3%
  • Johnson County School District 1: 86.9%
  • Laramie County School District 1: 77.4%
  • Laramie County School District 2: 89.5%
  • Lincoln County School District 1: 91.7%
  • Lincoln County School District 2: 88.3%
  • Natrona County School District 1: 78.9%
  • Niobrara County School District 1: 82%
  • Park County School District 1: 88.9%
  • Park County School District 6: 82.9%
  • Park County School District 16: 100%
  • Platte County School District 1: 76%
  • Platte County School District 2: 63.6%
  • Sheridan County School District 1: 82.2%
  • Sheridan County School District 2: 90.2%
  • Sheridan County School District 3: 100%
  • Sublette County School District 1: 97.6%
  • Sublette County School District 9: 90.9%
  • Sweetwater County School District 1: 79.3%
  • Sweetwater County School District 2: 87.9%
  • Teton County School District 1: 93.7%
  • Uinta County School District 1: 79.3%
  • Uinta County School District 4: 93.1%
  • Uinta County School District 6: 82.3%
  • Washakie County School District 1: 83.7%
  • Washakie County School District 2: 87.5%
  • Weston County School District 1: 77.4%
  • Weston County School District 7: 93.3%

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