Green Cove Springs, FL — For the first time ever, Clay County’s graduation rate is 93.4%.
That’s up 1.5% from the previous year, according to the Florida Department of Education’s release of 2019-2020 graduation rates.
And that puts Clay County in a tie for 6th place among Florida’s 67 school districts.
“As an educator who has served Clay County District Schools for three decades, I am extremely proud of what our students and educators have been able to accomplish together as shown in our new graduation rate. There are innumerable benefits that accompany the attainment of a high school diploma, and the fact that our community’s students continue to graduate in record numbers can only speak to a better and brighter future for Clay County,” said Superintendent David Broskie.
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