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    Georgia Student Health Survey 2.0 - HIGH SCHOOL (grades 9-12)

    System: Terrell {735] School: Terrell High School [ 735-0105]

    Georgia Student Health Survey 2.0 - High School

  • Terrell High School Ranks Graduation Rate for 2017 is 91.6%

    The Southwest Georgia RESA 2017 Graduation rate 

    for the 15 school systems it serves:

    1. Baker County graduated 18 students at a 90%
    2. Calhoun Country graduated 46 students at 89.1%
    3. Dougherty County graduated 822 students or 83.1%
    4. Decatur County graduated 340 students or 87.4%
    5. Early County graduated 160 students or 90.4%
    6. Lee County graduated 385 students or 83.2%
    7. Grady County graduated 248 students or 83.5%
    8. Miller County graduated 70 students or 77.8%
    9. Mitchell County graduated 119 students or 93.7%
    10. Pelham City graduated 91 students or 85.0%
    11. Seminole County graduated 107 students or 96.4%
    12. Terrell County graduated 98 students or 91.6%
    13. Thomas County graduated 347 students or 87.8%
    14. Thomasville City graduated 158 students or 74.9%
    15. Worth County graduated 193 students or 82.1%


    Statewide, Georgia’s high school graduation rate has increased for the fifth straight year, 

    from 79.4 percent in 2016 to 80.6 percent in 2017. This is the first year the state’s graduation rate 

    has risen above 80 percent using the adjusted  cohort calculation now required by federal law. 

    Fifty Georgia school districts recorded 2017 graduation rates at or above 90 percent. GaDOE officials 

    said the graduation rate continues to rise as Georgia’s schools and districts increase students’ access 

    to unique,  personalized learning opportunities that keep students engaged – including Career Pathways,

    dual enrollment, AP and IB programs,  work-based learning and internships. Local districts and schools 

    are utilizing data more effectively to identify students’ individual learning needs;  there is increased emphasis

    on a balanced curriculum that supports the whole child and a positive school climate that allows students to 

    learn  in a safe, supportive environment, according to state school officials.

Terrell High School
  • About Terrell High School
    Principal: Douglas Bell

    Assistant Principal: John Davis

    Instructional Leader: Dr. Dee Price

    CTAE Director: Dr. Vivian Laster


    201 Greenwave Boulevard
    Dawson, GA 39842

    Phone: 229-995-2544
    Fax: 229-995-4523