In 2022, 26.99% of Bexar County public high school students between the ages of 24 and 35 earned a postsecondary credential from a Texas institution of higher education, which includes public and private, two-year and four-year colleges.
60% of San Antonians, ages 24-35, have a certificate or degree (60% by 2030)
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Texas Education Agency and Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, analyzed and provided by Mike Villarreal, PhD
Post-secondary credentials are tracked by certificates, associate degrees, bachelor's degrees, or graduate degrees earned in Texas public or private higher education institutions. Furthermore, the study population used to produce these results does not include homeschooled students or those attending a private school in 9th grade. They also do not comprise students who moved to Bexar County and enrolled in a public high school after 9th grade.