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Wednesday, February 7, 2007

They get their diplomas at Dover-Sherborn

DOVER/SHERBORN

The Dover-Sherborn school district had the fourth highest four-year graduation rate of any Massachusetts district for the class of 2006,
according to figures released recently by the state Department of Education.

Dover-Sherborn saw 97.5 percent of its students from
the class graduate within four years, the figures show. The district ranked behind only Weston (98.7 percent), Norwell (98.5 percent) and Cohasset (98 percent), according to the DOE. Statewide, 79.9 percent of students who entered high school in 2002 graduated within four years.

-- Kyle Alspach

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