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Graduates celebrate across county
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Two county schools win prestigious ‘Gold Ribbon’ awards
SSU grads celebrate commencement
Gravenstein school district picks new superintendent
SRJC scholarship deadline extended
Santa Rosa students raising money to help Kenyan children

The secret behind Sonoma County's high graduation rates

The average graduation rate for high school students in Sonoma County has increased to a new high of nearly 83 percent, topping the statewide average.

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