(Whitewater Valley)--Newly-released statistics show most area schools high school graduates are more prepared for college than the Indiana state average. Statewide, 77% of students enter college without needing remedial help in one or more subjects. All Wayne County schools except Richmond exceed that number. At Richmond, 28% of graduates need more help with academics before entering college. Randolph Central was the top school in our area, with 85% of graduates ready for college. Here is the percentage of students who graduate high school needed no remediation before entering college. Richmond - 72%. Centerville - 83%. Northeastern - 78%. Hagerstown - 78%. Lincoln - 78%. Union County - 78%. Fayette County - 78%. Franklin County - 73%. Randolph Eastern - 74%. Randolph Central - 85%. Randolph Southern - 81%. Union (Modoc) - 79%. Monroe Central - 84%.