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October 31, 2012

Local schools issued grades by state board

GOSHEN — School grades through the state’s newly implemented A-F grading system were released during a meeting of the State Board of Education Wednesday morning.

Designed around a percentile growth model, the new system assigns letter grades to all of Indiana’s public (traditional and charter) and accredited non-public schools, including those participating in Indiana’s Choice Scholarship Program, by essentially comparing students within the schools to students at similar levels of achievement in other schools. The grading system does this by looking at things like end-of-course assessments, ISTEP scores, graduation rates and college and career readiness.

Grading results for area school corporations are as follows:

Goshen Community Schools (Public)

Goshen Middle School - F

Model Elementary School - C

Waterford Elementary School - D

Goshen High School - C

Chamberlain Elementary School - D

Chandler Elementary School - C

Parkside Elementary School - B

Prairie View Elementary School - D

West Goshen Elementary School - D

Fairfield Community Schools (Public)

Fairfield Junior-Senior High School - B

Millersburg Elementary School - A

New Paris Elementary School - A

Benton Elementary School - A

Concord Community Schools (Public)

Concord Junior High School - A

Concord Community High School - A

Concord Intermediate School - B

Concord East Side Elementary School - A

Concord Ox-bow Elementary School - B

Concord South Side Elementary School - B

Concord West Side Elementary School - C

Middlebury Community Schools (Public)

Jefferson Elementary School - B

Northridge Middle School - A

York Elementary School - A

Heritage Intermediate School - D

Middlebury Elementary School - B

Northridge High School - A

Orchard View School - B

Wa-Nee Community Schools (Public)

NorthWood Middle School - A

Wakarusa Elementary School - A

NorthWood High School - A

Nappanee Elementary School - A

Woodview Elementary School - A

Elkhart Community Schools (Public)

Cleveland Elementary School - A

Osolo Elementary School - C

Eastwood Elementary School - A

Feeser Elementary School - C

Bristol Elementary School - C

Elkhart Central High School - B

Elkhart Memorial High School - C

North Side Middle School - A

West Side Middle School - A

Pierre Moran Middle School - F

Beardsley Elementary School - C

Beck Elementary School - F

Daly Elementary School - C

Hawthorne Elementary School - D

Pinewood Elementary School - A

Monger Elementary School - A

Riverview Elementary School - C

Roosevelt Elementary School - D

Woodland Elementary School - A

Wawasee Community School Corp. (Public)

North Webster Elementary School - C

Wawasee Middle School - D

Milford School - C

Syracuse Elementary School - C

Wawasee High School - A

Westview School Corp. (Public)

Westview Junior-Senior High School - A

Topeka Elementary School - A

Westview Elementary School - A

Meadowview Elementary School - A

Shipshewana-Scott Elementary School - A

Independent Non-Public Schools

Elkhart Christian Academy - B

Bethany Christian Schools - B

 

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