Enrollment Data by Instructional Models/Grades/Demographics

The data presented here represents a snapshot of enrollment numbers as of May 5. This data may change as new students enroll and registrations are processed.

As a reminder, families will not be able to change their selections until the second quarter for elementary and the second semester for secondary.

Total In-Person (In-Person + No Choice): 24,222 ; 94.94%
Total Virtual Learning Program: 1,290 ; 5.06%

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In-Person No Choice Made Virtual Learning
Elementary School 9,432
78.49%
1,748
17.11%
512
4.39%
Middle School 4,638
76.13%
1,023
18.22%
344
5.65%
High School 5,736
71.96%
1,657
22.44%
437
5.6%
Totals 19, 801
77.61%
4,421
17.33%
1,290
5.06%

Demographic Data

Demographic % In-Person % No Choice % In-Person Total
(In-Person + No Choice)
% Virtual Learning
English Learners 63.87% 27.07% 90.94% 9.06%
Special Education 68.84% 24.88% 93.72% 6.27%
Economically Disadvantaged 62.62% 27.82% 90.44% 9.56%
Asian 71.3% 19.20% 90.50% 9.51%
Black 61.00% 28.87% 89.87% 10.13%
Latino 66.15% 25.96% 92.11% 7.88%
White 88.83% 9.66% 98.49% 1.51%
Other 84.72% 12.03% 96.75% 3.25%

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Extended Day

Extended Day

Of the families selecting the in-person model, % of families intending to register for Extended Day:

  • AM:  7.13%
  • PM:  15.97%

pie chart showing reasons for choosing distance learning
Reasons for choosing Virtual Learning

Reasoning

We asked families who chose the virtual learning program to tell us why they made that selection.

  • Health & Safety Concerns: 65.81%
  • It’s my preferred model: 17.98%
  • Waiting for the vaccine for my child: 10.55%
  • No answer: 5.66%

Overall Enrollment Data by School

Enrollment Data by Grade & Demographic