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Table 4. Number and percentage of private schools that had any 12th-grade students the previous year (2010–11), and among those schools, percentage of 12th-grade students who graduated and percentage of graduates who went on to a 4-year college, by affiliation: 2011–12


          Among schools that had any 12th-grade students during 2010–11  
Affiliation Number of schools with students enrolled in the 12th grade during the previous year (2010–11)   Percent of all schools with students enrolled in the 12th grade during the previous year (2010–11)   Average percent of 12th-grade students who graduated with a high school diploma during the previous year (2010–11)1   Average percent of graduates from the previous year (2010–11) who went on to a 4-year college2  
All private schools 8,880 33.9 92.4 64.3
                 
Catholic, Parochial 180 6.2 94.9 81.1
Catholic, Diocesan 600 20.6 96.3 82.6
Catholic, Private 560 57.9 93.7 80.3
Baptist 1,160 65.0 95.9 70.2
Jewish
                 
Lutheran 80 6.2 99.1 73.9
Seventh-Day Adventist 150 18.4 96.5 73.9
All Other Religious 3,170 38.6 93.9 54.9
Non-sectarian, Regular 1,240 47.5 99.6 86.4
Non-sectarian, Special Emphasis 460 20.8 74.4 62.5
Non-sectarian, Special Education 970 60.6 75.9 25.3
‡ Reporting standards not met. The coefficient of variation (CV) for this estimate is 50 percent or greater (i.e., the standard error is 50 percent or more of the estimate) or the response rate is below 50 percent.
1 Among schools with 12th-grade students in 2010–11, the average of the percentage calculated for each school by dividing the number of 12th-graders who graduated with a high school diploma in 2010–11 by the number of students enrolled in 12th grade around October 1, 2010.
2 Among schools with students who graduated with a high school diploma in 2010–11, the average of the percentage reported by each school for graduates who went to a 4-year college.
NOTE: Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding and because some data are not shown.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Schools and Staffing Survey (SASS), "Private School Data File," 2011–12.


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