NPHS principal says discrepancy stems from complicated accounting




NEW PALESTINE — Southern Hancock school officials are proud of their 2013 graduation rate of 92.3 percent. But they are challenging it as inaccurate.

New Palestine High School Principal Keith Fessler and district officials say by their calculations, the high school’s graduation rate should be 95.3 percent.

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