Wednesday, August 15, 2012 at 11:03 am (Updated: August 15, 11:30 am)
LaRue County High School’s 2011 graduation rate of 91.6 percent places it in the top 9 percent of Kentucky high schools.
“The LCHS rate, up 4.5 percent from the previous year, ranks 17th among the 224 Kentucky A1 high schools,” said Paul Mullins, LCHS principal. (An A1 school has a principal and site-based council.)
Among the 24 area high schools, LaRue ranked second, with top-ranked John Hardin showing a rate one-tenth of 1 percent (91.7) higher.
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