Alpharetta High School

Academic Rating

10 out of 10

Rank: 9th in Georgia

Alpharetta High School receives a EasyCollege academic rating significantly above the average for Georgia high schools based on its high test performance, high graduation rate and high AP course participation.



The Alpharetta High School student body is mainly White with a smaller Black population and has high racial diversity.

Race Percent Students
Asian Pacific18%370
Native American Indian0.2%4
Hawaiian Pacific Inlander0%1
Two or more races3.4%71


Upper 4% of Georgia high schools

9.1% percent of the school's students are eligible for free lunch under the National School Lunch Program as compared to the Georgia high school median of 53%. By this measure, Alpharetta High School students are largely wealthy and rank 14th in Georgia for high school student family income.

Enrollment Size

Grade Students


Graduation Rate

9 out of 10

Rank: 36th in Georgia

Subgroup Graduation Rate
All Students94%
Georgia Median85%
White95% or more*
Black85% to 89%*
Hispanic80% to 89%*
Asian Pacific95% or more*
Native Americansuppressed*
Two or more races80% or more*
Economically Disadvantaged80% to 84%*
Limited English Proficiency40% to 59%*

*Indicates statistic has been anonymized to protect student privacy.

Standardized Test Performance

10 out of 10

Rank: 13th in Georgia

Students at Alpharetta High School scored an average 68% of students proficient across math and reading standardized tests. Performance is significantly above the state high school median of 28% proficiency and places the school's test performance in the top 3.8% of Georgia high schools.

Test Proficiency By Gender

Gender Math Proficient Reading Proficient
Girls65% to 69%*75% to 79%*
Boys60% to 64%*65% to 69%*

Test Proficiency by Subgroup

Subgroup Math Proficient Reading Proficient
American Indian-suppressed*
Asian & Pacific Islander85% to 89%*80% to 84%*
Black35% to 39%*40% to 44%*
Hispanic40% to 49%*50% to 59%*
Multiracial60% to 79%*40% to 59%*
White70% to 74%*80% to 84%*
With Disabilites20% to 29%*20% to 29%*
Limited English50% or more*less than 50%*

*Indicates statistic has been anonymized to protect student privacy.

College Admission Test Participation

9 out of 10

Rank: 37th in Georgia

681 out of 1,036 junior and senior of students took either the ACT or SAT test (66%). College admission testing participation is significantly above the Georgia median rate of 38% and in the top 10% for participation.

AP Course and Test Performance

10 out of 10

Rank: 13th in Georgia

Alpharetta High School offers 26 AP courses. 40 percent of grade nine through twelve students are enrolled in at least one AP class. The AP participation rate is in the 94% percentile and significantly above the median AP enrollment rate for all Georgia schools of 17%. Alpharetta High School had 777 taking AP exams with a 692 passing at least one exam. The AP pass rate is in the 96% percentile and significantly above the state median of 44 percent.

School State
AP Test Pass Rate 89% 44%
Students enrolled in an AP class 40% 17%
AP Math Enrollment Rate 17%
AP Science Enrollment Rate 23%
AP Other Enrollment Rate 25%
AP Courses Offered 26

Learning Environment

Absenteeism Rate

School State
Overall Chronic Absenteeism Rate5%16%
Female Chronic Absenteeism Rate5%
Male Chronic Absenteeism Rate4%

Safety and Discipline

Police Referral Rate

Group Percent Referrals
All Students0%0
Georgia Median0%

Police Arrest Rate

Group Percent Arrests
All Students0%0

Expulsion Rate

Group Percent Expulsions
All Students0%0
Georgia Median0%

In-School Suspension Rate

Group Percent Suspensions
All Students4.4%90
Georgia Median15%

Out-of-School Suspension Rate

Group Percent Suspensions
All Students1.2%24


Alpharetta High School
3595 Webb Bridge Rd
Alpharetta, GA

10 out of 10 1


Fulton County
Atlanta, GA

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