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The class of 2021: by the numbers

 

Msgr. Edward Pace High School's class of 2021 throw their caps into the air after their graduation ceremony, held May 28, 2021 on the school's new football field.

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Msgr. Edward Pace High School's class of 2021 throw their caps into the air after their graduation ceremony, held May 28, 2021 on the school's new football field.

See the valedictorians and salutatorians of the class of 2021.

  • 13: Catholic high schools in the archdiocese, including one virtual school.
  • 2,976: Total number of graduates.
  • 470: largest graduating class, St. Thomas Aquinas, Fort Lauderdale.
  • 12: smallest graduating class, ADOM Virtual School.
  • 982: attended Catholic schools for 12 years; representing 33% of the graduates of eight schools that obtained those statistics.
  • 99%: college-bound.
  • 60%: earned college scholarships.
  • 5%: recognized as national merit finalists, semifinalists, commended or Hispanic scholars.
  • 2%: graduated from programs for exceptional learners (disability or impairments).
  • 58%: enrolled in AP classes.
  • 12%: completed dual enrollment courses in college.
  • $204.5 million: amount earned in college scholarships.
  • 568,986: number of community service hours completed.
  • Silver Knights: 5 winners, 11 honorable mentions. (Click here for story.)

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