All four high schools in Jackson County topped the state average graduation rate last year.

The Georgia Department of Education released its 2019 four-year cohort graduation rates last week.

East Jackson Comprehensive High School had the highest graduation rate in Jackson County, totaling 97.4-percent.

Jefferson High School had a 95.9-percent graduation rate, followed closely by Commerce High School at 95.8-percent.

Jackson County Comprehensive High School came in at 94.6-percent.

All four schools were well above the state average of 82-percent.

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