Home > News > East Hardy and Moorefield High Schools Recognized for Graduation Rates

East Hardy and Moorefield High Schools Recognized for Graduation Rates

Nearly 70 West Virginia high schools were recognized for achieving exemplary graduation rates of 90 percent or greater during the 2016-17 school year. Schools were honored by representatives from First Lady Cathy Justice’s office, State Superintendent of Schools Dr. Steven Paine and the West Virginia Board of Education.

“Graduation is an incredibly important step in creating a promising future for our students and the entire state,” said West Virginia First Lady, Cathy Justice. “Each student that graduates high school prepared for the rigors of college or the demands of the workforce strengthens the Mountain State, and the high schools being honored today should be proud of this incredible achievement.”

You need to be logged in to see this part of the content. Please Login to access. Or become a member.
Annual Member - 30.00 USD per 1 year - for 1 time.
Annual Member subscription
Monthly Member - 4.00 USD per 1 month - Ongoing.
Monthly Member subscription
3-Day Access - 1.00 USD per 3 days - for 1 time.
3 Day Access subscription
.