(Indianapolis, IN)--Figures released from the Indiana Department of Education Wednesday show an incredible result for the graduation rate of the Class of 2014 from Richmond Community Schools. The state puts Richmond’s graduation rate at 95.4%. That’s a higher rate than every other Wayne County school, including Centerville, which typically tops the list. Centerville’s rate was 93.2%. Hagerstown’s was 93.1%. Northeastern’s rate was 87.5%, and Lincoln’s was 85.6%. All of those were well above the state average of 83.4%. Here is a look at other graduation rates for the Class of 2014: Union County - 87.7%. Fayette County - 87.2% Franklin County - 83.5%. Randolph Eastern - 98%. Randolph Central - 85.9%. Randolph Southern - 95.6%. Union (Modoc) - 88.6%. Monroe Central - 98.6%.