School Accountability Grades released

The Indiana Department of Education released the 2017-2018 School Accountability Grades. IDOE officials say that roughly 22-percent of schools improved one or more letter grades, with nearly nine-percent improving their letter grade to an A. Overall, close to 64 percent of schools received an A or B.

In Bartholomew County, school grades are as follows:

Clifty Creek Elementary – C
CSA Lincoln – A
Mt. Healthy Elementary – B
Parkside Elementary – B
Richards Elementary – A
Rockcreek Elementary – A
Schmitt Elementary – C
Smith Elementary – B
CSA Fodrea – B
Taylorsville Elementary – C
Central Middle School – C
Southside Elementary – B
Northside Middle – B
Columbus North – B
Columbus East – B

In Flat Rock-Hawcreek Schools, both Hope Elementary and Hauser scored “B’s.”

You can find other Indiana school grades here:

“Our current accountability grades are an indication of the great education Indiana students are receiving,” said Dr. Jennifer McCormick, Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction.“Our work is paying off and as a Department we will continue to partner with dedicated stakeholders to ensure every school and every student is successful.”