Members at the West Virginia Board of Education were at Marshall County’s Board of Education meeting Tuesday night.
Representatives from the Office of Leadership and Support were there on behalf of the state board to recognize Cameron High School for exceeding graduation standards. Cameron High School’s graduation rate has been 95% or higher in each of the last four years.
Last year, the graduation right was 98.1 percent.
“It’s the culture that we built there at Cameron High School and the students feel welcome,” said Jack Cain, Principal of Cameron High School. “I got a great staff that makes everyone feel welcome and goes the extra mile. It’s just one big family.”
Marshall County’s school system took home multiple awards.
Cameron High School, Cameron Elementary, Central Elementary, Washington Lands, Sherrard Middle School and John Marshall High School all received recognition for meeting standards.