Jackson County, Indiana offers an outstanding educational system, and is proud of its high graduation rate and diverse educational options.The educational goals within both the private and parochial schools within the area are focused on connecting children, teachers and the community to form a united alliance in the quest for excellence.
Array of educational options for primary and secondary students
Dedicated to maintaining a safe, secure environment
Highly professional staff within both private and parochial educational sectors
Students are prepared for college and the workforce
Wide-range of higher education resources
World-class graduate and professional schools
Broad-spectrum of undergraduate programs
Students attend school 180 days per year. To ensure that solid reading, writing and math skills are mastered, Indiana students are required to pass the Graduation Qualifying Exam, or GQE, to receive a high school diploma.
In addition, the Workforce Partnership program of Jackson County has become the model by which other area workforce programs are being built. Our Partnership program is the cornerstone for the collaboration of our educational systems and our businesses and industries in their efforts to increase the skills of the current workforce, and to better prepare our students to enter the workforce.
For more information on the schools serving the higher educational needs of the area — as well as to obtain detailed statistics, degree offerings and available programs, make your selections from the overview list below: