GENEVA, Ala. (WTVY) -- It's that time of the school year and teachers are preparing their seniors for the end of the year. But it's more than graduating the seniors, it's about making them college and career ready.
Geneva City School teachers are making sure their students meet benchmarks on the ACT, get college credit, and AP benchmarks.
And the reports for the graduation rates of the 2017-2018 school year showed a 93% but Geneva City superintendent believes the 2019 stats will be even higher.
"Whether it be the same work they did on the work keys, or whether it be to make sure we gave them access to an industry-recognized credential. All of those things were done very intentionally and very carefully and the results, of course, are we will see in the next reports that there will be a significant increase," superintendent of Geneva City Schools, Ron Snell said.
Superintendent Snell says the -2018-2019 year graduation rates will be sent in October.