Top 10 highest high school graduation rates and 10 lowest rates in Maine

Posted Feb. 25, 2013, at 7:34 p.m.

10 high schools with highest graduation rates:

  1. John Bapst Memorial High School, Bangor — 99.12 percent
  2. Wells High School — 99.1 percent
  3. Erskine Academy, South China — 96.65 percent
  4. Greely High School, Cumberland — 96.41 percent
  5. Cape Elizabeth High School — 96.3 percent
  6. Wisdom Middle High School, St. Agatha — 96 percent
  7. Yarmouth High School — 96 percent
  8. Falmouth High School — 95.45 percent
  9. Greenville Middle-High School — 94.74 percent
  10. Camden Hills Regional High School — 94.55 percent

10 high schools with lowest graduation rates:

  1. Wiscasset High School — 61.54 percent
  2. Fort Fairfield MIddle-High School — 64.29 percent
  3. Lewiston High School — 71.06 percent
  4. Waterville High School — 72.08 percent
  5. Limestone Community School — 73.33 percent
  6. Portland High School — 73.39 percent
  7. Richmond High School — 74.29 percent
  8. Casco Bay High School — 74.63 percent
  9. Skowhegan Area High School — 75.23 percent
  10. Oak Hill High School — 75.86 percent

10 high schools with the most improved graduation rates, ’10-’11 to ’11-’12:

  1. Mattanawcook Academy, Lincoln — 15.81 percent increase
  2. Deer Isle-Stonington High School — 15.18 percent increase
  3. Katahdin Middle-High School, Stacyville — 15.02 percent increase
  4. Madison Area Middle-High School — 13.85 percent
  5. Schenck High School, East Millinocket — 13.01 percent increase
  6. Narraguagus High School, Harrington — 12.72 percent increase
  7. Lee Academy — 12.12 percent increase
  8. Maranacook Community High School, Readfield — 11.97 percent increase
  9. Lake Region High School, Cumberland — 11.81 percent increase
  10. Woodland Junior-Senior High School, Baileyville — 10.51 percent increase

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