Millstream Career Center received an overall B grade on the state report cards released by the Ohio Department of Education last week.

The school received A grades for graduation rate and post-program outcomes, a measure of “the proportion of students who are employed, in an apprenticeship, join the military, or are enrolled in postsecondary education or advanced training in the six months after leaving school.” It also factors in the industry credentials that students earn in high school or in those six months.

Millstream earned C marks in achievement, which deals with tests and assessments, and career and post-secondary readiness, which “looks at how well prepared Ohio’s students are for all future opportunities.”

“A ‘B’ is something to be proud of,” Millstream Director Pam Hamlin wrote in an email. “We are educating students and changing lives on a daily basis. Although we are a ‘B,’ we are by no means satisfied as we strive to drill down our core values and help improve all of our programs.”