Montana
one of seven states with the highest proportion of people with high school diplomas or higher — 93%

Source: U.S. Census Bureau
Additional Information: In Montana, 93.2 percent of people age 25 years and up have at least a high school diploma, followed by Minnesota (93%), New Hampshire (92.9%), Wyoming (92.9%), and Alaska (92.7%). North Dakota, Vermont are also 92.5 percent and above. This is compared to 88 percent for the nation as a whole. This is according to 2014-2018 data. 
Reference: For more information, read the U.S. Census Bureau analysis, "QuickFacts." "QuickFacts."

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