The West Virginia State Department of Education recently announced Four-Year Graduation Rates for each district in the state for the 2019-2020 school year. Doddridge County High School topped the state with a four-year graduation rate of 100%.
Superintendent Adam Cheeseman, in announcing the result, said “Public education is primarily about providing quality academic instruction to every student that comes through our doors. I am particularly proud that every 9th grader that came to Doddridge County High School graduated within four years. We were the only district that achieved this last year, and only the second district to ever report a 100% graduation rate.”
Doddridge County has been among the top schools in this metric for many years and was ranked first in the 2017-2018 school year as well.