P-H-M Receives “A” Rating for seventh straight yearPosted on November 19, 2018
Once again the Indiana Department of Education has recognized the Penn-Harris-Madison School Corporation as an “A” rated school district. P-H-M has received an “A” rating every year since 2011—making this the seventh consecutive year!
The IDOE released the 2017-18 Accountability grades on Wednesday, November 14. Along with the district’s “A” rating, P-H-M is proud to have seven schools that also received “A” letter grades:
- Elsie Rogers Elementary School
- Horizon Elementary School
- Moran Elementary School
- Northpoint Elementary School
- Prairie Vista Elementary School
- Discovery Middle School
- Penn High School
Elsie Rogers and Moran are both Title I schools.
Overall, nearly 64 percent of Indiana Schools received an A or B. For more information on and to view the 2017-18 School Accountability Grades, please click here to visit the IDOE website.
Penn-Harris-Madison School Corporation serves more than 11,100 students in 11 elementary schools, three middle schools and Penn High School. With the release of the Spring 2018 ISTEP+ results, Penn-Harris-Madison School Corporation ranks in the state’s Top 5% of public school districts for grade 10 ISTEP+ results and in the Top 6% for grades 3-8. Northpoint is Indiana’s #2 public elementary school and Discovery ranks #3 out of the state’s public middle schools. Penn High School ranks in the Top 5% of all Indiana public high schools and has a 97% graduation rate, exceeding the state’s graduation rate.
P-H-M’s “Triangle of Success” connects students, teachers and parents for excellence in education.
Last Modified May 13, 2019