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DC
95.24%
New Jersey
92.8%
Illinois
90.8%
Nevada
90.72%
Virginia
90.28%
West Virginia
90.23%
Connecticut
90.16%
Montana
90.14%
Delaware
89.89%
Maryland
89.83%
Hawaii
89.79%
New Mexico
89.72%
South Carolina
89.57%
Missouri
89.24%
Michigan
89.19%
Washington
88.89%
Rhode Island
88.78%
Idaho
88.77%
New Hampshire
88.51%
Utah
88.3%
Arizona
88.17%
California
88.04%
Texas
87.94%
Wyoming
87.52%
Oregon
87.43%
Alaska
87.23%
Florida
87.16%
Ohio
86.94%
North Carolina
86.84%
Alabama
86.79%
Georgia
86.62%
Tennessee
86.44%
Colorado
85.81%
Massachusetts
85.73%
Arkansas
85.27%
Wisconsin
85.02%
Kansas
84.98%
Kentucky
84.43%
Pennsylvania
83.64%
North Dakota
83.11%
Mississippi
83.02%
Maine
82.91%
Oklahoma
82.45%
Indiana
82.45%
Minnesota
81.56%
South Dakota
81.47%
Iowa
80.51%
Vermont
80.26%
Louisiana
80.12%
New York
79.6%
Nebraska
76.75%

Asian High School Graduation Rates by State 2023

Asian High School Graduation Rates by State 2023

State
Graduated High School or Higher 🔽
District of Columbia95.24%
New Jersey92.8%
Illinois90.8%
Nevada90.72%
Virginia90.28%
West Virginia90.23%
Connecticut90.16%
Montana90.14%
Delaware89.89%
Maryland89.83%

1. California

With regard to Asian High School Graduation rates by state 2022, California is the leading state with the highest number of Asians who graduate high school. The state has over 3.6 million Asian high school graduates, which equals 87.86% of all Asians that attend high school in the state. High schools in the state ensure education equality for all students, irrespective of their race. Many Asian high school graduands from New York schools get admitted to leading colleges and universities nationwide.

2. New York

New York also has a large number of Asian high school graduates by state. The state has 934,782 Asian high school graduates, which translates to 79.10% of all Asians who attend high school. The high number is attributed to the large population of Asian students in New York City and other parts of the state. Moreover, Asian students make up more than 60% of students in New York’s Specialized High Schools (SHS).

3. Texas

Texas has 820,312 high school graduates, which is equivalent to 88.24% of Asia students who go through high school in the state. The high number of Asian students is due to the high number of Asian Americans in the State. Asians from China and other countries migrated to Texas in the 1870s to construct the Houston and Texas Central railroad. Some of the schools with many Asian high school students in Texas include Coppell High School, Clements High School, and Universal Academy.

4. New Jersey

New Jersey has a huge population of Asian students who graduate high school after California and New York. More than half a million Asian students graduate high school in the Garden State. The high number is attributed to the high number of people of Asian ancestry in the state. This is about 92.51% of all Asian students who attend high school in New Jersey. The state also has stringent measures that ensure all students, regardless of their ethnicity or race, attend school without issues.

5. Washington

Washington has 404,833 Asian American high school graduates, which equals 88.34% of all Asian students admitted to high school institutions in the state. The high number of high school students in high schools across the state is attributed to its high number of Asian Americans. Also, Washington’s education system ensures the equality of all students learning in the state. The incorporation of Asian education into the curriculum further attracts many students in various high schools across the state.

Asian High School Graduation Rates by State 2023

Asian High School Graduation Rates by State 2023

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State
Graduated High School or Higher
High School or Higher
Total
District of Columbia95.24%20,92821,973
New Jersey92.8%560,284603,775
Illinois90.8%454,539500,581
Nevada90.72%175,358193,286
Virginia90.28%360,087398,862
West Virginia90.23%9,54910,583
Connecticut90.16%100,507111,475
Montana90.14%6,0256,684
Delaware89.89%23,91126,600
Maryland89.83%246,535274,443
Hawaii89.79%383,211426,772
New Mexico89.72%21,78524,282
South Carolina89.57%51,53557,534
Missouri89.24%73,82782,728
Michigan89.19%186,767209,410
Washington88.89%425,696478,905
Rhode Island88.78%21,01623,672
Idaho88.77%14,76716,636
New Hampshire88.51%22,17025,048
Utah88.3%43,89049,706
Arizona88.17%147,769167,590
California88.04%3,756,8634,267,150
Texas87.94%851,398968,195
Wyoming87.52%3,0573,493
Oregon87.43%115,756132,401
Alaska87.23%27,96132,055
Florida87.16%373,595428,609
Ohio86.94%156,066179,505
North Carolina86.84%178,918206,027
Alabama86.79%40,13946,251
Georgia86.62%256,785296,439
Tennessee86.44%72,01883,317
Colorado85.81%107,049124,755
Massachusetts85.73%271,810317,072
Arkansas85.27%25,88930,362
Wisconsin85.02%82,74697,325
Kansas84.98%47,34155,710
Kentucky84.43%36,85143,645
Pennsylvania83.64%253,502303,079
North Dakota83.11%6,0817,317
Mississippi83.02%16,95920,428
Maine82.91%8,58310,352
Oklahoma82.45%46,36856,239
Indiana82.45%79,15196,002
Minnesota81.56%137,977169,175
South Dakota81.47%6,1557,555
Iowa80.51%38,59547,941
Vermont80.26%4,9736,196
Louisiana80.12%44,28155,271
New York79.6%949,8151,193,183
Nebraska76.75%22,79929,705
United States87.29%11,369,63713,025,299
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Asian High School Graduation Rates by State 2023

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