2022 Georgia High School Graduation Rate's Released
The Georgia Department of Education announced the 2022 4-year cohort graduation rates.

Georgia’s high-school graduation rate increased in 2022, rising to 84.1% – an all-time high since the state began using the adjusted cohort calculation now required by federal law, and up from 83.7% in 2021. Georgia’s graduation rate has increased by 14.4 percentage points since 2012.

Irwin County's graduation rate was 92.1%. This is 8 points higher than the state average!!!!! It is also the 5th year in a row with a 92% or above graduation rate!! Congratulations, ICHS Class of 2022!!!

A total of 107 Georgia school districts recorded graduation rates at or above 90%. In addition, 41 districts recorded rates at or above 95%.

“Teachers and students who persevered through the challenges of the last several years deserve credit for Georgia’s graduation rate increasing and other recent positive indicators, like Georgia students beating the SAT national average once again,” State School Superintendent Richard Woods said. “I commend Georgia’s educators and the class of 2022, and am confident we will continue to see improvements as we expand opportunities for students and invest in the academic recovery of our state.”

The success of Irwin County students is a result of the dedicated educators and employees of Irwin County Schools. With their dedication along with parental support, Irwin County students are not only successful in the classroom, but also learn the importance of striving to do their best.