Demographics

Cloverdale, Indiana is a rural community located approximately forty miles west of Indianapolis, Indiana and thirty-five miles east of Terre Haute, Indiana. State Highway 231 runs through our school district which is also easily accessible from Interstate 70, located just one mile north of the school. Cloverdale Community School Corporation serves the town of Cloverdale and Cloverdale Township in Putnam County, as well as Jackson, Jennings and Taylor Townships in Owen County.

Recent statistics from the Indiana Department of Education indicate that approximately thirty-one percent of the population in our area have less than a high school education and about twenty-six percent of our households with children consist of single family homes. The population in this area is highly transient; only fifty percent of the families in our district had the same residence in 1990 as they did in 1985. Each year we see about twenty percent of our students move in to or out of our school district. Approximately twelve percent of our families are currently at or below the poverty level with a per capita income of $11,544.00. Our ethnicity can be described as mainly Caucasian - middle class, with only about two percent of our student population being minorities.

Cloverdale Community School Corporation has an approximate total enrollment of 1,500 students in grades Pre-K through 12.

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