Noblesville Schools earns A grade: Five schools improve by one letter grade


Noblesville Schools has improved according to the Indiana Dept. of Education annual school grade results for the 2016-17 school year, announced Oct. 4.

The district has earned an overall A grade, up from last year’s overall B.

On a school-by-school basis, five of the Noblesville Schools’ 10 schools – East Middle School, North Elementary, Stony Creek Elementary, West Middle School and White River Elementary – improved by one letter grade, but one school, Promise Road Elementary, dropped by two letter grades from the previous year, from an A to a C. Noblesville High School kept its B grade, and Noble Crossing, Hazel Dell and Hinkle Creek Elementary Schools kept their A grade.

Statewide, nearly 25 percent of schools improved one or more letter grades, with close to 6 percent improving their letter grade to an A. Overall, 62 percent of schools received an A or B.

To see all 2016-17 accountability grades, visit


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