2014 Georgia educational data: How's your high school doing?

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has compiled the most recent educational data in several important categories for nearly every Georgia high school. The data includes graduation rates, average SAT scores, the percentage of students eligible for the HOPE scholarship and the percentage of students who took Advanced Placement courses. The information was collected from the Georgia Department of Education, the Georgia Student Finance Commission, various school districts and from American Public Media. In some cases, a school did not have data in all categories. Also, the data showing the percentage of students eligible for HOPE scholarships only includes student high school transcripts received and certified by the Georgia Student Finance Commission.

Georgia schools statewide are served by Regional Educational Service Agency (RESA) agencies strategically located in service districts. lick on the links below to view data for schools served in the 16 RESA districts.

>> Central Savannah River RESA
>> Chattahoochee-Flint RESA
>> Coastal Plains RESA
>> First District RESA
>> Griffin RESA
>> Heart of Georgia RESA
>> Metro RESA: Atlanta Public Schools
>> Metro RESA: Clayton County
>> Metro RESA: Cobb County / Marietta City
>> Metro RESA: DeKalb County / Decatur City
>> Metro RESA: Douglas County
>> Metro RESA: Forsyth County
>> Metro RESA: Fulton County
>> Metro RESA: Gwinnett County / Ivy Prep
>> Metro RESA: Rockdale County
>> Metro RESA: State schools
>> Middle Georgia RESA
>> North Georgia RESA
>> Northeast Georgia RESA
>> Northwest Georgia RESA
>> Oconee RESA
>> Okefenokee RESA
>> Pioneer RESA
>> Southwest Georgia RESA
>> West Georgia RESA