Wednesday, the Indiana State Board of Education released A-F Grades for schools throughout the state.
This year saw schools receive not one, but two grades: one from the state and the other Federal.
Locally, there was a mixed bag in terms of results.
Three Vincennes Community elementary schools saw their state scores take a dip. In 2017, Franklin received a B Grade from the state. This year, that dropped to a ‘C’, while their federal grade remained at a ‘B’ level.
Tecumseh-Harrison saw their 2017 ‘B’ grade fall to a ‘D’ at the state level, and to a ‘C’ at the federal level.
At Vigo, their ‘C’ grade in 2017 fell to a ‘D’ in both categories.
At South Knox, the elementary school saw their grade drop from a ‘B’ to a ‘C’, while the Middle-High School maintained their ‘A’ grade on a state level, but saw their federal grade land at a ‘B’.
Both North Knox Primary and Intermediate maintained their ‘B’ grades from a year ago, while the Jr-Sr High School grade fell from a ‘B’ to a ‘C’
To take a closer look at local scores, you can click here.