Elkton High School is a high school located in Elkton, Maryland, United States on 110 James St. It is a member of the Cecil County Public Schools and there are approximately ~1000 students. Ranked as the 127th school within Maryland by U.S. News, the school is considered to be the 4th-ranked high school within the Cecil County Public School district.
The student body of Elkton High school is composed of approximately ~1000 students, with 2019 data showing an enrollment of 983 students, slightly less than the historical high of 1067 in 2015. The student body at Elkton High is diverse, seeing a proportional percentage of students from different ethnic groups as well as genders.
The graduation rate of students enrolled at Elkton High School has been consistently above 80% in the past 5 years, as measured by 4-year adjusted cohorts. As of 2019, the graduation rate of students at Elkton High School is 92.9% (223 out of 240 students).
In 2019, Elkton High school attracted positive media-coverage as Staci Lamb, a 9th-grade English teacher decorated her classroom into a Harry-Potter themed 'castle.' First popularized on social media, the event was covered by both local and international news media. As a winner of the 2018 Cecil County Public Schools Teacher of the Year and finalist for Maryland's Teacher of the Year, Staci Lamb decorated her classroom using her own funds.
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