2022 Points of Pride

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Washington Township Schools

2022 Points of Pride

Washington Township Schools continue to be a nationally prominent public school institution providing almost 70 years of academic excellence. Our staff, partners, and the entire community are invested in meeting the diverse needs of our students, and we proudly celebrate their growth and accomplishments! We intentionally address student needs through our District Strategic Plan, school improvement plans, and equity work.

Please review our 2022 Points of Pride as listed below:

  • 20221 graduation rate is 91.7 percent, up from 90.5 percent in 2020, the highest since 2009. For comparison, the state graduation rate is 86.7 percent.
  • 100 percent of Washington Township Elementary Schools Met their NWEA math proficiency school improvement goals for black, white, and Hispanic students while reading proficiency goals were met according to the following:

    • Six of eight elementary schools met reading proficiency goals for black and Hispanic students.
    • Eight of eight elementary schools met reading proficiency goals for white students.
  • 100 percent of demographic subgroups showed improvement on ILEARN math from one year ago.
  • Compared to 10 similar, large urban public school districts, Washington Township students ranked first or second in all academic areas on ILEARN state assessments.
  • 35 North Central 2022 Graduates Earned the Certificate of Multilingual Proficiency.
  • 5,006 dual credits earned by Washington Township students, saving families $803,557 in credit costs.
  • The average unweighted GPA at North Central High School increased from 3.17 (2021) to 3.22 (2022).
  • 11,174 scholarships earned by the North Central class of 2022 totally $48 million.
  • 448 Indiana promoted industry certifications were earned by JEL students in 2022.
  • The district attendance rate is up in the 2021-2022 school year over the 2020-2021 school year.
  • Actively implementing 16 construction projects; providing high-quality, safe learning spaces for our nearly 11,000 students, with $300 million representing 198 prime contractors with nearly $100 million in diverse supplier commitments.
  • The number of students of color enrolling in honors courses increased over 50 percent at all levels, elementary, middle, and high school.
  • 90 student support positions were added through ESSER funds and operating referendum funds.

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