Bloomfield School District has the third highest graduation rate in the state of Indiana for 2011. The graduation rate for 2011 was 97.1%, up one percent from 2010 and up from a seventh place ranking in 2010.
Bloomfield School District is located in Richland, Taylor, and Highland townships in Greene County, Indiana, borders the West Fork of the White River to the west. Bloomfield is the county seat of Greene County.
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Median home costs within Bloomfield School District are about two-thirds lower than the national average and hold their value better than the national average.
Comparison of Median Home Cost
Sources: 2000 Census
Bloomfield School District includes grades Kindergarten through grade 12. It is unique due to the educational facilities being connected by hallways giving opportunities for shared learning experiences across grade levels. Our graduates have varied chances for higher learning due to close proximity of Indiana University, Indiana State University, Vincennes University, and two campuses of Ivy Tech. Classes are also available for adults and students at the Area Learning Center located within ten minutes.
Residents of Bloomfield School District have access to varied
Outdoor recreational facilities: Greene-Sullivan State Forest, Boggs Lake, Goosepond, the White River, Shakamak State Park, Redbird State Riding Area for trail riding, Brown County State Park, and the Phil Harris Golf Course
Fine Arts: Bloomfield is home to the Shawnee Professional Summer Theater, the longest, continuous running summer theatre in the state of Indiana. Art galleries and studios in various media are available within the town.