8:22 am June 9, 2009, by Laura Diamond
As expected, academic powerhouse Walton High in Cobb County posted the highest passing rates in the metro area on the Georgia High School Graduation Test, with 98.4 percent passing all sections on the first try.
Crim High in Atlanta, which serves students who are at risk of dropping out, scored the lowest in the metro area with 24.2 percent passing.
In all, six schools in Cobb and Fulton counties were among the metro area’s top 10 performers.
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