Monday April 12th, 2021 11:46PM

CTAE graduation rate up statewide

By Alyson Shields Reporter

The state Department of Education has announced an increased graduation rate for students in the Career, Technical and Agricultural Education program.

Those students have a graduation rate of  97.18%, compared to the roughly 83% graduation rate for standard students.

On Friday, Gainesville City Schools announced they have a 100% CTAE graduation rate. Hall County confirmed their CTAE graduation rate was 96.64%

CTAE prepares students for their next step after high school; which involves starting college, beginning a career, registering for apprenticeships, or enrolling in the military. State data shows that 96.4% of the high school graduates who are career pathway completers go on to postsecondary education, advanced training, military service, or employment. 

Over 60% of Gainesville High students take CTAE classes in fifteen on-site career pathways. 17 pathways are available at varying Hall County high schools

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