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Noblesville West Middle School (2542)

19900 Hague Rd
Noblesville, IN 46062
Phone: (317) 776-7792 Fax: (317) 776-7797
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Principal: Mrs Stacey Swan
stacey_swan@nobl.k12.in.us
Grade Levels 06 - 08
Accreditation Status: State Accredited

Hamilton County
Noblesville Schools (3070)

Overview

Enrollment 2016-17

1,351 students

White: 1,188 students, 87.9% Multiracial: 37 students, 2.7% Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander: 3 students, 0.2% Hispanic: 71 students, 5.3% Asian: 20 students, 1.5% Black: 31 students, 2.3% American Indian: 1 students, 0.1% White: 1,188 students, 87.9%
Paid meals: 1,123 students, 83.1% Reduced price meals: 48 students, 3.6% Free meals: 180 students, 13.3% Paid meals: 1,123 students, 83.1%
School: 70.9%, 929 students School: 70.9%, 929 students School: 70.9%, 929 students School: 70.9%, 929 students Corporation: 68.3%, 3,317 students Corporation: 68.3%, 3,317 students Corporation: 68.3%, 3,317 students Corporation: 68.3%, 3,317 students Indiana: 51.4%, 254,594 students Indiana: 51.4%, 254,594 students Indiana: 51.4%, 254,594 students Indiana: 51.4%, 254,594 students School: 68.9%, 896 students School: 68.9%, 896 students School: 68.9%, 896 students School: 68.9%, 896 students Corporation: 67.2%, 3,205 students Corporation: 67.2%, 3,205 students Corporation: 67.2%, 3,205 students Corporation: 67.2%, 3,205 students Indiana: 51.6%, 254,380 students Indiana: 51.6%, 254,380 students Indiana: 51.6%, 254,380 students Indiana: 51.6%, 254,380 students School: 67.2%, 868 students School: 67.2%, 868 students School: 67.2%, 868 students School: 67.2%, 868 students Corporation: 69.3%, 3,225 students Corporation: 69.3%, 3,225 students Corporation: 69.3%, 3,225 students Corporation: 69.3%, 3,225 students Indiana: 53.5%, 264,866 students Indiana: 53.5%, 264,866 students Indiana: 53.5%, 264,866 students Indiana: 53.5%, 264,866 students
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In 2014-15 Indiana transitioned to new, more rigorous college-and-career ready standards and a new statewide assessment to measure these standards. Therefore, results are not comparable to previous data.