WILLIAM FLOYD HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION PATHWAYS DATA

The Board of Regents approved regulations establishing multiple, comparably rigorous assessment pathways to graduation for all students. The recently approved regulations recognize the importance of engaging students’ interests in rigorous and relevant academic programs in the Arts; Languages other than English (LOTE)/Biliteracy; Career and Technical Education (CTE); Humanities; Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM); and Career Developmental Occupational Studies (CDOS). The revised regulation allows students to use a passing score on an approved pathway assessment or successful completion of program requirements for the CDOS credential toward meeting the assessment requirements for graduation.

Complete information on the types of diploma credentials which can be earned and the criteria for each.

Additional information on Graduation Pathways can be found on the Curriculum and Instruction site.

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PATHWAYS FOR ALL STUDENTS

TOTAL GRADUATES IN COHORT: 579

HUMANITIES

509

88%

HUMANITIES ALTERNATIVE

0

0%

ARTS

1

0%

CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION

12

2%

MATH

10

2%

SCIENCE

23

4%

CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND OCCUPATIONAL STUDIES

22

4%

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH

2

0%

PATHWAYS FOR FEMALE STUDENTS

TOTAL GRADUATES IN COHORT: 317

HUMANITIES

277

87%

HUMANITIES ALTERNATIVE

0

0%

ARTS

1

0%

CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION

6

2%

MATH

7

2%

SCIENCE

11

3%

CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND OCCUPATIONAL STUDIES

15

5%

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH

0

0%

PATHWAYS FOR MALE STUDENTS

TOTAL GRADUATES IN COHORT: 262

HUMANITIES

232

89%

HUMANITIES ALTERNATIVE

0

0%

ARTS

0

0%

CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION

6

2%

MATH

3

1%

SCIENCE

12

5%

CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND OCCUPATIONAL STUDIES

7

3%

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH

2

1%

PATHWAYS FOR MULTIRACIAL STUDENTS

TOTAL GRADUATES IN COHORT: 12

HUMANITIES

10

83%

HUMANITIES ALTERNATIVE

0

0%

ARTS

0

0%

CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION

0

0%

MATH

0

0%

SCIENCE

1

8%

CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND OCCUPATIONAL STUDIES

1

8%

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH

0

0%

PATHWAYS FOR AMERICAN INDIAN OR ALASKA NATIVE STUDENTS

TOTAL GRADUATES IN COHORT: 4

HUMANITIES

3

75%

HUMANITIES ALTERNATIVE

0

0%

ARTS

0

0%

CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION

0

0%

MATH

0

0%

SCIENCE

1

25%

CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND OCCUPATIONAL STUDIES

0

0%

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH

0

0%

PATHWAYS FOR ASIAN OR NATIVE HAWAIIAN/OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDER STUDENTS

TOTAL GRADUATES IN COHORT: 21

HUMANITIES

18

86%

HUMANITIES ALTERNATIVE

0

0%

ARTS

1

5%

CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION

0

0%

MATH

2

10%

SCIENCE

0

0%

CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND OCCUPATIONAL STUDIES

0

0%

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH

0

0%

PATHWAYS FOR WHITE STUDENTS

TOTAL GRADUATES IN COHORT: 334

HUMANITIES

299

90%

HUMANITIES ALTERNATIVE

0

0%

ARTS

0

0%

CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION

10

3%

MATH

5

1%

SCIENCE

8

2%

CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND OCCUPATIONAL STUDIES

12

4%

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH

0

0%

PATHWAYS FOR BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDENTS

TOTAL GRADUATES IN COHORT: 74

HUMANITIES

64

86%

HUMANITIES ALTERNATIVE

0

0%

ARTS

0

0%

CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION

0

0%

MATH

1

1%

SCIENCE

3

4%

CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND OCCUPATIONAL STUDIES

6

8%

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH

0

0%

PATHWAYS FOR HISPANIC OR LATINO STUDENTS

TOTAL GRADUATES IN COHORT: 134

HUMANITIES

115

86%

HUMANITIES ALTERNATIVE

0

0%

ARTS

0

0%

CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION

2

1%

MATH

2

1%

SCIENCE

10

7%

CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND OCCUPATIONAL STUDIES

3

2%

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH

2

1%

PATHWAYS FOR GENERAL-EDUCATION STUDENTS

TOTAL GRADUATES IN COHORT: 526

HUMANITIES

481

91%

HUMANITIES ALTERNATIVE

0

0%

ARTS

1

0%

CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION

10

2%

MATH

8

2%

SCIENCE

18

3%

CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND OCCUPATIONAL STUDIES

6

1%

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH

2

0%

PATHWAYS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

TOTAL GRADUATES IN COHORT: 53

HUMANITIES

28

53%

HUMANITIES ALTERNATIVE

0

0%

ARTS

0

0%

CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION

2

4%

MATH

2

4%

SCIENCE

5

9%

CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND OCCUPATIONAL STUDIES

16

30%

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH

0

0%

PATHWAYS FOR NON-ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS STUDENTS

TOTAL GRADUATES IN COHORT: 572

HUMANITIES

503

88%

HUMANITIES ALTERNATIVE

0

0%

ARTS

1

0%

CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION

11

2%

MATH

10

2%

SCIENCE

23

4%

CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND OCCUPATIONAL STUDIES

22

4%

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH

2

0%

PATHWAYS FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS STUDENTS

TOTAL GRADUATES IN COHORT: 7

HUMANITIES

6

86%

HUMANITIES ALTERNATIVE

0

0%

ARTS

0

0%

CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION

1

14%

MATH

0

0%

SCIENCE

0

0%

CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND OCCUPATIONAL STUDIES

0

0%

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH

0

0%

PATHWAYS FOR NOT ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED STUDENTS

TOTAL GRADUATES IN COHORT: 259

HUMANITIES

224

86%

HUMANITIES ALTERNATIVE

0

0%

ARTS

1

0%

CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION

9

3%

MATH

5

2%

SCIENCE

6

2%

CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND OCCUPATIONAL STUDIES

14

5%

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH

0

0%

PATHWAYS FOR ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED STUDENTS

TOTAL GRADUATES IN COHORT: 320

HUMANITIES

285

89%

HUMANITIES ALTERNATIVE

0

0%

ARTS

0

0%

CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION

3

1%

MATH

5

2%

SCIENCE

17

5%

CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND OCCUPATIONAL STUDIES

8

3%

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH

2

1%

PATHWAYS FOR NOT MIGRANT STUDENTS

TOTAL GRADUATES IN COHORT: 579

HUMANITIES

509

88%

HUMANITIES ALTERNATIVE

0

0%

ARTS

1

0%

CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION

12

2%

MATH

10

2%

SCIENCE

23

4%

CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND OCCUPATIONAL STUDIES

22

4%

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH

2

0%

PATHWAYS FOR MIGRANT STUDENTS

TOTAL GRADUATES IN COHORT: 0

HUMANITIES

0

0%

HUMANITIES ALTERNATIVE

0

0%

ARTS

0

0%

CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION

0

0%

MATH

0

0%

SCIENCE

0

0%

CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND OCCUPATIONAL STUDIES

0

0%

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH

0

0%

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