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College-Going Rates by County from Public Schools Charts

1995 College-Going Rates to California Community Colleges

Focus on San Bernardino County

This chart provides college-going rates for counties in California. College-going rates were calculated by dividing the number of entering students from public schools in the county by the total number of graduates from public schools in the county. All categories of public schools are covered including comprehensive schools, continuation schools, and other categories of schools. Students with unknown genders and ethnicities and those from unknown schools were excluded from the data.

Data regarding high school graduates were obtained from the California Department of Education. Data for higher education enrollment were obtained from each of the segments and includes all students -- full-time, part-time, credit, and non-credit.

Note that the calculation of these rates is based on totals for each category such as year, county, and ethnicity. Rates do not entail longitudinal tracking of individual students.

Important note: The data for first-time students have changed. See Changes to First-Time Freshmen and College-Going Data for more details.

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55% - Imperial County: 51.7% Sonoma County: 49.6% Santa Barbara County: 47.0% San Mateo County: 43.9% Napa County: 42.5% Santa Cruz County: 41.5% Sacramento County: 41.2% San Luis Obispo County: 41.1% Fresno County: 41.0% Ventura County: 39.6% Tulare County: 39.4% Tuolumne County: 38.9% Santa Clara County: 38.7% Placer County: 38.6% Monterey County: 38.6% Merced County: 38.0% Orange County: 37.6% San Joaquin County: 37.3% San Diego County: 37.1% Kings County: 36.5% Contra Costa County: 36.5% San Benito County: 36.5% Alameda County: 36.2% Stanislaus County: 36.2% Shasta County: 35.3% El Dorado County: 34.7% State Average: 34.2% Nevada County: 34.0% Mariposa County: 33.8% Los Angeles County: 32.8% San Francisco County: 31.6% Solano County: 31.0% Madera County: 30.9% Humboldt County: 30.5% Tehama County: 30.3% Yolo County: 30.1% Butte County: 28.5% Mendocino County: 27.8% Sutter County: 27.1% Colusa County: 26.3% Sierra County: 25.5% Lake County: 25.3% Calaveras County: 24.6% Kern County: 24.5% Marin County: 23.7% Lassen County: 23.3% Amador County: 23.3% Del Norte County: 22.5% Yuba County: 22.4% Glenn County: 22.0% Plumas County: 21.8% San Bernardino County: 20.5% Mono County: 20.0% Siskiyou County: 19.5% Inyo County: 19.4% Trinity County: 19.0% Riverside County: 18.7% Modoc County: 18.1% Alpine County: 0.0%  
41% -
28% -
14% -
 

Imperial

Sonoma

Santa Barbara

San Mateo

Napa

Santa Cruz

Sacramento

San Luis Obispo

Fresno

Ventura

Tulare

Tuolumne

Santa Clara

Placer

Monterey

Merced

Orange

San Joaquin

San Diego

Kings

Contra Costa

San Benito

Alameda

Stanislaus

Shasta

El Dorado

State Average

Nevada

Mariposa

Los Angeles

San Francisco

Solano

Madera

Humboldt

Tehama

Yolo

Butte

Mendocino

Sutter

Colusa

Sierra

Lake

Calaveras

Kern

Marin

Lassen

Amador

Del Norte

Yuba

Glenn

Plumas

San Bernardino

Mono

Siskiyou

Inyo

Trinity

Riverside

Modoc

Alpine

 
 
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* Alpine County has no high schools.

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San Bernardino
Asm 32
Asm 34
Asm 36
Asm 59
Asm 60
Asm 61
Asm 62
Asm 63
Asm 65
US Con 25
US Con 26
US Con 41
US Con 42
US Con 43
Sen 17
Sen 18
Sen 29
Sen 31
Sen 32
San Bernardino
Asm 32
Asm 34
Asm 36
Asm 59
Asm 60
Asm 61
Asm 62
Asm 63
Asm 65
US Con 25
US Con 26
US Con 41
US Con 42
US Con 43
Sen 17
Sen 18
Sen 29
Sen 31
Sen 32
San Bernardino
Asm 32
Asm 34
Asm 36
Asm 59
Asm 60
Asm 61
Asm 62
Asm 63
Asm 65
US Con 25
US Con 26
US Con 41
US Con 42
US Con 43
Sen 17
Sen 18
Sen 29
Sen 31
Sen 32
San Bernardino
Asm 32
Asm 34
Asm 36
Asm 59
Asm 60
Asm 61
Asm 62
Asm 63
Asm 65
US Con 25
US Con 26
US Con 41
US Con 42
US Con 43
Sen 17
Sen 18
Sen 29
Sen 31
Sen 32
San Bernardino
Asm 32
Asm 34
Asm 36
Asm 59
Asm 60
Asm 61
Asm 62
Asm 63
Asm 65
US Con 25
US Con 26
US Con 41
US Con 42
US Con 43
Sen 17
Sen 18
Sen 29
Sen 31
Sen 32
San Bernardino
Asm 32
Asm 34
Asm 36
Asm 59
Asm 60
Asm 61
Asm 62
Asm 63
Asm 65
US Con 25
US Con 26
US Con 41
US Con 42
US Con 43
Sen 17
Sen 18
Sen 29
Sen 31
Sen 32
Inland
Empire

San Bernardino
San Bernardino
San Bernardino
San Bernardino
San Bernardino
 

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