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Graduation rates of local schools higher than state average

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The Indiana Department of Education released high school graduation rate data this week from the 2011-2012 school year.

Statewide, the Indiana graduation rate in 2012 was 88.38 percent, up from 86.61% in 2011. The federal rate was 87%, the DOE said.

Graduation rate data can be found at http://compass.doe.in.gov.

According to the DOEs data, high schools across Porter County scored higher than the state average in 2012, including Chesterton High School which showed a graduation rate of 91.4 percent with a class of 384 students.

Morgan Twp. HS had the highest graduation rate in the county with 98.4 percent / 62 students, followed by Hebron HS with 97.5 percent / 79 students.

Wheeler HS reported 95.4 percent of its senior class graduated with 145 students. Kouts HSs rate for last year was 94.9 percent / 56 students. Valparaiso HSs rate was 91.8 percent / 461 students, Portage HSs rate was 90.7 percent / 546 students, Boone Grove HSs rate was 89.8 percent / 185 students, and Washington Twp. HSs rate was 88.9 percent / 48 students.

 

Posted 5/16/2013