(Alexandria, VA) -- A new report suggests Minnesota's public high school graduation rate is on the rise. The 2010 data from the National Center for Education Statistics shows that 88-point-two percent of Minnesota students graduated in four years. That's a one-percent increase from 2008-2009 school year. The report also found that graduation rates for most minority students in the state is lower than their white classmates. The rate for American Indian students was 61.1 percent, 66.7 percent for Hispanics, 69.5 percent for blacks, 90 percent for Asian/Pacific and 92.3 percent for white students. Vermont had the highest overall graduation rate at 91.4 percent while Nevada was the lowest at 57.8 percent.