NW Indiana High Schools’ Graduation Rates Report
Calumet High School graduated 90.3 percent of its seniors during the 2011-2012 school year — an improvement of more than 10 percent from the previous year. That’s according to the latest Indiana Department of Education graduation report, released yesterday.
Calumet and Lowell High School — which improved by 8.1 percent to 95.6 percent — registered some of the biggest gains. Crown Point and Munster High Schools came close to 100-percent graduation rates, according to the state report. Hammond Clark High School had a graduation rate close to 80 percent, the highest rate of the city’s four public high schools.
In Porter County, Morgan Township and Hebron High Schools approached 100-percent graduation rates and Valparaiso High School was at 91-percent. The 20th Century Charter School dropped slightly from last year’s 100-percent graduation rate…to 95-percent.