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Indiana Graduation Rates



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.

In Greene County, Bloomfield Junior-Senior High Schools' graduation rate last year was 97.2 percent, up 1.4%.

The rate for White River Valley Junior Senior High School was 88.7 percent, up 3.2% from 2012.

Eastern Greene's grad rate was 82.2 percent, down by over 5 ½ percent.

Linton-Stockton High School had a 90.3% grad rate, up about one percent from the year before.

Shakamak Junior-Senior High School had a graduation rate of 96.7 percent in 2013, up 1.3 percent from 2012.

In Sullivan County, Sullivan High School's graduation rate in 2013 was 85.6%,  down from 88.4% the year before.

Union High School had a completion rate of 88.5 percent, up from 76 percent in 2013.

North Central High School's rate was 84.3%, down from 90.1% in 2012.