by Sarah Einselen
Most local schools increased their graduation rates last year, according to preliminary data posted on the Indiana Department of Education’s website.
Logansport High School graduated 91.1 percent in the 2011-2012 school year, more than 8 percentage points above its graduation rate the previous year.
Lewis Cass Junior-Senior High School had a graduation rate of 70.5 percent.
Pioneer Junior-Senior High School’s graduation rate was 91.6 percent and Caston Junior-Senior High School’s was 90 percent.
In Carroll County, Carroll Junior-Senior High School had a graduation rate of 95.9 percent and Delphi Community High School graduated students at a rate of 95.2 percent.
Winamac Community High School’s graduation rate was 90.9 percent.
Pick up Friday’s Pharos-Tribune to read school administrator’s responses and how the schools stack up against the statewide average.
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