The Arizona Board of Regents or ABOR released their annual Arizona High School Report Card for 2014 to 2015.
It shows an increase in university enrollment and an improvement in preparation among high school students. The report card also shows a 9.4 percent increase in the number of Arizona high school graduates who enrolled in the fall semester of college immediately following graduation. Additionally, the report card highlights an increase of students admitted without academic deficiencies, from 80 percent in 2011 to 84 percent in 2014.
ABOR designs the report card to empower student success and learning and to positively impact the state. It is distributed to Arizona high schools to help ensure their graduates are ready for success at college.
The top 15 high schools in terms of number of students enrolled in Arizona’s public universities are also detailed. Desert Vista High School took the top spot.
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