Special Report

Cities Where the Most (and Least) People Graduate High School

Cities With the Highest Graduation Rates

Clarksville, TN-KY
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25. Clarksville, TN-KY
> High school graduation rate: 91.1%
> May unemployment rate: 4.7%
> Median income, less than high school graduate: $20,611
> Pct. of adults with college degree: 14.3%

Sheboygan, WI
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24. Sheboygan, WI
> High school graduation rate: 91.1%
> May unemployment rate: 3.5%
> Median income, less than high school graduate: $19,167
> Pct. of adults with college degree: 15.7%

Beaumont-Port Arthur, TX
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23. Beaumont-Port Arthur, TX
> High school graduation rate: 91.1%
> May unemployment rate: 6.4%
> Median income, less than high school graduate: $15,406
> Pct. of adults with college degree: 11.3%

Cumberland, Maryland
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22. Cumberland, MD-WV
> High school graduation rate: 91.2%
> May unemployment rate: 6.3%
> Median income, less than high school graduate: $16,483
> Pct. of adults with college degree: 7.6%

Dubuque, IA
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21. Dubuque, IA
> High school graduation rate: 91.3%
> May unemployment rate: 3.7%
> Median income, less than high school graduate: $22,206
> Pct. of adults with college degree: 19.1%

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