Of the 6,239 members of the Loudoun County Public Schools’ Class of 2020, 5,467, or 87.6 percent, say they will be attending a two- or four-year college in the fall, according to LCPS officials.
The 2020 Senior Survey found that 4,277, or 68.6 percent, of the graduating seniors will be attending a four-year college and 1,190 a two-year school. Pursuing other continuing education options was chosen as a post-graduation option by 198 members of the Class of 2020; 95 will be joining the military; 305 are entering the workforce; and 224 are taking a gap year.
School system officials say the Class of 2020 earned $48.2 million in scholarships.
— Times-Mirror Staff