The Liberty County School System High School Graduation Rate has increased from 88% in 2019 to 93.7% in 2020. Liberty County High School increased from 90.84% in 2019 to 94.05% in 2020.
Bradwell Institute increased from 86.14% in 2019 to 93.46% in 2020. Both high schools continue to outperform the state average of 83.8%.
The District as a whole exceeded the Georgia average by 9.9 percentage points.
The intentional focus on student motivation, effective instruction, and student tracking led to this high achievement.
With the transient population in Liberty County, it is important to monitor ALL students to ensure that each is provided a successful path to graduation.
The tremendous care, concern and commitment shown to our students by our parents, teachers, support staff and administrators should be celebrated.
“As Superintendent, I cannot say how proud I am of the class of 2020. Their resilience and ability to overcome obstacles has been inspiring. I want to thank teachers and all stakeholders who assisted with this accomplishment and ask that they continue supporting us as we strive for Excellence in Everything!
Our goal remains that all students in Liberty County Schools will graduate with a high-quality education,” stated Dr. Franklin Perry, Superintendent of Schools.