Graduate Profile

A graduate of City Charter High School will:

  • Possess foundational academic skills and the ability to access, synthesize and apply new knowledge.
  • Have a comfort level with current technology and the confidence to adapt to future technology.
  • Possess the personal qualities needed to be a self-assured, motivated, responsible young adult and to
  • Possess the work ethic to succeed in post-secondary education or training.
  • Effectively navigate through a variety of interpersonal situations in family, community, school and workplace settings.

Class of 2017: 124 Graduates

  • 112 Applied and were accepted into either a 2 year or 4 year program (90%)
  • 68 Enrolled and ready to attend a 4 year college/university (55%)
  • 28 Enrolled and ready to attend a 2 year college (23%)
  • 9 Will either attend or enter into a trade or technical training program (7.4%)
  • The rest will either work full time, travel, or have enrolled in the military (15%)

Class of 2016: 122 Graduates

  • 110 Applied and were accepted into either a 2 year or 4 year program (90%)
  • 67 Enrolled and ready to attend a 4 year college/university (55%)
  • 27 Enrolled and ready to attend a 2 year college (23%)
  • 9 Will either attend or enter into a trade or technical training program (7.4%)
  • The rest will either work full time, travel, or have enrolled in the military (14.6%)

Class of 2015: 142 Graduates

  • 123 were accepted into either a 2 year or 4 year program (82%)
  • 89 students were accepted into a 4 year college/university (63%)
  • 29 students were accepted into a 2 year, technical, or training program (19%)
  • The rest will either work full time, travel, or have enrolled in the military (18%)

Class of 2014: 132 Graduates—94.89% Graduation Rate

  • 115 were accepted into either a 2 year or 4 year program (87%)
  • 80 students were accepted into a 4 year college/university (61%)
  • 35 students were accepted into a 2 year, technical, or training program (26%)
  • The rest will either work full time, travel, or have enrolled in the military (13%)