John H. Castle High School
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Castle High School, previously known as John H. Castle High School is a public high school located about a mile northeast of Newburgh, Indiana on Indiana 261. Castle is one of three high schools in the Warrick County School Corporation. It is the only non-Evansville school that plays in the Southern Indiana Athletic Conference. Castle High School also offers classes in agriculture, art, business and computers, English, family and consumers science, industrial technology, mathematics, music and fine arts, physical education, science, social studies, resource education, and world languages. Castle also offers advance placement, or AP, classes in English language, English literature, calculus, physics, chemistry, US history, biology, government, and European history.
In the 2010–11 school year, Castle's graduation rate within four years was 89.7% compared to a state average of 86%.〔(【引用サイトリンク】 title=IDOE: Compass )〕 The Indiana Board of Education awarded Castle and all of its feeder schools an "A" grade, the highest possible.
The Castle High School Marching Band, known as the Castle Marching Knights, are under the direction of Tom Dean, Mark Eifler, and percussion director Nikki Miller. The color guard director is Sharon Ryles. The band features 136 winds, 30 percussion (12 in the battery, 18 in the front ensemble), 31 guard, and 3 drum majors, for a total of 200 members. Their 2014 production is entitled "The Weyward Sisters", based on Shakespeare's "MacBeth". It features the following parts: "Prophecy", "The Thane of Cawdor", "Lady MacBeth", and "The Forest Attacks".
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