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El Dorado County
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El Dorado County Stats
County stats at a glance
Population: 185,567 (2009)
Median Household income: $68,778 (2009)
Population in Poverty: 7.6% (2009)
Unemployment Rate: 11.3% (2009)

Educational Attainment (2009)
High school graduates: 93.5%
Baccalaureate recipients: 31.9%
Advanced degree recipients: 11.6%

Projected County Growth 1970 - 2050:

Sources:
California Department of Finance
US Census Bureau


College-going rate 2009
High School Graduates: 2,201
UC Freshmen: 117
CSU Freshmen: 273
CCC Freshmen: 639
Public College Freshmen: 1,029

 UC:    5.3%
 CSU:  12.4%
 CCC:  29.0%
 Vertical line is state average
Overall College-going rate to publics: 46.8%



Colleges in El Dorado County: 1

 Lake Tahoe College
South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150


Comprehensive Public High Schools in El Dorado County: 7
 Oak Ridge High, El Dorado Hills
HS Grads: 518, First-time Frosh: 379
 Ponderosa High, Shingle Springs
HS Grads: 459, First-time Frosh: 319
 Union Mine High, El Dorado
HS Grads: 283, First-time Frosh: 180
 South Tahoe High, South Lake Tahoe
HS Grads: 255, First-time Frosh: 92
 El Dorado High, Placerville
HS Grads: 249, First-time Frosh: 143
 Golden Sierra High, Garden Valley
HS Grads: 170, First-time Frosh: 65
 Shenandoah High, El Dorado
HS Grads: 27, First-time Frosh: 13