New Hampshire Has An 88 Percent High School Graduation Rate
New Hampshire has one of the best high school graduation rates in the country, according to statistics collected from the U.S. Education Department.
New Hampshire's rate for the 2013-2014 school year is 88.1 percent, higher than the national rate at 82 percent.
Across the country, Iowa had the highest graduation rate, at 90 percent; followed by Nebraska at 89.7 percent; New Jersey at 88.6 percent, and Texas at 88.3 percent. New Hampshire came next.
The District of Columbia had the lowest, with a 61 percent graduation rate.
The graduation rate is calculated by using a formula in which the number of graduates in a given year is divided by the number of students who enrolled four years earlier.