Indiana high school graduation rates in 2013 didn't change much from the previous year.
State education officials say about 88 percent of students passed their year-end assessments last year.
Private school students had higher pass rates than those in public schools.
Pike Central High School had a graduation rate of 94.7%, down three percent from the year before.
In Dubois County, North Dubois High School had a graduation rate of 95.2 percent, down a half percent from
Forest Park Junior-Senior High School had a grad rate of 99%, up7.6% from 2012.
Southridge High school had a completion rate of 84.1 percent in 2013, up from 82.5 percent the year before.
And Jasper High School's 2013 graduation rate was 91.9%, down 7-tenths percent from the year before.
In Gibson County, South Gibson High Schools rate of was 92.9%, down from 97.6 in 2012.
Wood Memorial’s grad rate was 78.9%, down two percent from the year before.
Princeton Community High School's completion rate for 2013 was 93.5%, down six-tenths percent.