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Completion Rates

The six-year completion rate is the percent of students who graduated with a Certificate of Graduation or Adult Graduation Diploma, within six years from the first time they enrol in Grade 8. District-level results are adjusted for student migration in and out of British Columbia.

Completion Rates for 2015/16

Typical range across B.C. (middle 50% of districts)
Selected district's most recent results (2016/17)
Range of district's results over time (2012/13 to 2016/17)

Completion Rate Over Time for Aboriginal and All Students


Completion Rate Over Time for Students with Special Needs and All Students

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