Several Fort Wayne schools make Indiana Department of Education’s 2016-2017 Four Star Schools list
The following Fort Wayne area schools are included on the Indiana Department of Education’s 2016-2017 Four Star Schools list, which was announced Friday:
East Allen County Schools;
• Cedarville Elementary School
• East Allen University
• Leo Elementary School in Leo-Cedarville
• Leo Jr.-Sr. High School in Leo-Cedarville
Fort Wayne Community Schools:
• Fred H. Croninger Elementary School
Northwest Allen County Schools:
• Carroll High School
• Eel River Elementary School
• Oak View Elementary School
Southwest Allen County Schools:
• Aboite Elementary School
• Homestead Senior High School
• Woodside Middle School
• Blackhawk Christian Elementary School
• Blackhawk Christian Middle and High School
Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend:
• Bishop Dwenger High School
• St. Joseph School in Garrett
• Concordia Lutheran High School
• Bellmont Senior High School in Decatur
• Prairie Heights Senior High School in LaGrange
• South Adams High School in Berne
To receive a Four Star School designation, the Indiana Department of Education reported a school must have:
• Received an “A” accountability grade for the 2016-2017 school year.
• Tested at least 95 percent of students on ISTEP English/Language Arts and Math.
• Achieve for Grade 3-8 and Grade 10 a combined ISTEP Pass Percentage (Pass Percentage of English/Language Arts ISTEP + Pass Percentage of Math ISTEP) in the Top 25th percentile for each grade tested, with at least 10 students tested per grade.
• Attain Grade 3-8 and Grade 10 Percent Passing Both ISTEP (Percent of students who passed both the English/Language Arts ISTEP + Math ISTEP) in the Top 25th percentile, with at least 10 students tested per grade.