Local | October 4, 2017

Franklin Central, Pike, Speedway only traditional Marion County high schools to receive ‘A’ rating

More Indiana schools received high marks on state report cards last school year, but education leaders aren’t sure there’s much to celebrate.

The state’s A-F letter grades were released Wednesday by the State Board of Education, and nearly one-third of the state’s schools were A-rated.

Another third of schools received a B-rating, meaning nearly two-thirds of the state’s schools are now A or B schools, but state officials caution that high grades don’t tell the whole story.