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.
Roughly around 2%
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.
On average, 7% of high school graduates go to the military these days, others just enter the work force or go to college.
high school grads should expect to get a job
zero ... magna cum laude is an honor to designate college graduates, not high school
No. " high school graduates" is a noun but it is not a proper noun and as such should not be capitalized.
1/3 of high school graduates go to college.
In America, the estimated percent of secondary school graduates in comparison to drop-outs is about 69%. The percentage is highest amongst white and asian Americans.
If you mean straight from high school then no.
No, there are no US Military forces that accept non-graduates or those who do not have a GED.
In that sentence, "graduates" is the simple subject because High School is describing them.
you give those dogs that you can sign to them.
College graduates can receive better jobs, and are likely smarter!!