State releases graduation rates for class of 2021

Tuesday, January 18, 2022 - 8:45am

82 percent of Five Star Students graduated on time last spring.

A total of 82 percent* of Five Star students graduated on time last spring, a dip of 3.6 percent compared to the year before, according to data released by the Colorado Department of Education. This change was part of a broader statewide trend that saw Colorado's graduation rate drop to 81.7 percent, a decrease of 0.2 percent. 

“Last year, our students, families and educators faced many challenges, both locally and nationally,” Superintendent Chris Gdowski said. “We remain committed to continuing to improve academic rigor and opportunities for students and seeing that reflected in increased graduation rates in the years to come.

2021 on-time graduation rates for all district high schools

  • Horizon High School: 94.9 percent

  • Legacy High School: 89.8 percent

  • Mountain Range High School: 86.7 percent

  • The New America School: 9.4 percent

  • Northglenn High School:  87 percent

  • Pathways: 51.9 percent

  • Prospect Ridge Academy: 97.7 percent

  • Stargate Charter School: 95.5 percent

  • Thornton High School: 77.7 percent

  • Vantage Point High School: 42.2 percent

  • Westgate Community School: 100 percent

*The district graduation rate figure does not include district charter schools.