Your question is extremely complex so the answer will be lengthly. It's unbelievable that not many stats have been taken in the U.S. regarding students leaving High School and the percentage that is qualified to go to different colleges. Education and funding is lacking greatly in the U.S. Educational System. Many High School Students are simply not prepared for college. President Bush has made some changes to help students with loans (making it easier) to get through college. The system has been broken down by race and State-to-State. Many good students simply can't afford to go to college and those that manage to be accepted into college (SAT scores), often have to leave college after 1 - 2 years because of low finances. The good news is that the States has had an eye-opener and are going to be following students and giving percentages of success rates and finding out where the failures are so students can be helped more through the college process. The following information is interesting. Public High School Graduation and College-Readiness Rates: 1991
71.1 % of Filipino high school graduates attend college.
In 2009, 73.8% of female high school graduates went to college. In 1920, 7.6% of female high school graduates went to college.
1/3 of high school graduates go to college.
In October 2009, 70.1 percent of 2009 high school graduates were enrolled in colleges or universities, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
College graduates can receive better jobs, and are likely smarter!!
zero ... magna cum laude is an honor to designate college graduates, not high school
earn twice what high school graduates earn. have greater rates of savings.
The school or college from which one graduates is called one's alma mater.
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According to the school's website, 98% of it's 2004 graduates left Palma High to go on to a college university. More specific numbers reguarding the number of all past students that went on to college are currently unavailable.
Alumni are graduates. Alumni is typically a term used to represent the graduates of high school and college aged students.
Charles. R. Swindoll has written: 'Dear graduate' -- subject(s): College graduates, Religious life, High school graduates, Spiritual life, Christianity 'Dear graduate' -- subject(s): College graduates, Religious life, High school graduates, Spiritual life, Christianity
The decrease in the wage for high school graduates mean it will make it harder for them to work and save up to go to college.