Pharos-Tribune

February 28, 2013

Logan graduation rate climbs 8 percentage points

Most schools hit or exceed 90 percent mark; Lewis Cass rate falls

by Sarah Einselen
Pharos-Tribune

LOGANSPORT — 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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