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Indiana State Board of Education Releases "A-F" School Grades

The A-F accountability grades take into consideration a variety of factors including test scores, student improvement, and graduation rates.
Friday the Indiana State Board of Education released it's annual ratings for all schools in the state.

"There's always some nerves because there seems to be glitches," Chris Stitzle, Superintendent of the Southwest School Corporation said. 

The A-F accountability grades take into consideration a variety of factors including test scores, student improvement, and graduation rates.

Vigo County School Corporation, the largest district in the Wabash Valley, performed well.

Fourteen of the corporation's 28 schools received "A's", including both North and South high school.

West Vigo Elementary also received an "A" after receiving a failing mark last year.

Sarah Scott Middle School was the district's only school with an "F" grade this year.

Turning to the Northeast School Corporation in Sullivan County Where funding problems will force two schools in the distric to close next year.

Dugger Elementary received a "D" as did Union High School.

North central high school earned a "C" grade.

Just down the road from there... The southwest sullivan school corporation received high marks.

Sullivan Elementary, Middle, and High School all earned "A's."

Carlilse Elementary rounds out the group with a "B."

"It's a testament to what a great staff we have, how hard they work. It's a testament to our students and how hard they work," Stitzle said.

Some other top earning high schools in the area include Clay City, Northview, Barr-Reeve, South vermillion, and Bloomfield.

To see how a specific school scored, click here.
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