Enrollment Report Part 2

Here is some more information on enrollment for the 2010-2011 school year;

There are 14,896 school age children living in the Robbinsdale School District.  Of those 10,665 go to RAS schools.  Another 1097 students who don’t live in District 281 attend RAS schools.  Here is how it breaks down.

*5197 students attend Elementary Schools

*2664 students attend Middle Schools

*3801 students attend High Schools

Of the kids who don’t live in District 281 here’s the breakdown of where they are from;

*88% of the students are from Minneapolis and Osseo  (955 total)

*There are a very small amount of kids from Brooklyn Center, Wayzata, Hopkins, and, and Anoka Hennepin.

Of the kids who live in RAS 281 and attend another public school district the vast majority attend three districts;

*353 attend Hopkins

*298 attend Wayzata

*280 attend Osseo

Here is some other important data;

*1467 kids attend non-public schools like Sacred Heart, St. Raphaels, Breck, Good Sheppard, and Benilde-St. Margaet’s.

*650 kids attend those EVIL charter schools, the Beacon Academy having the most kids with 170.

*249 kids are home schooled.

*213 kids go to ISD 287

*90 kids go to Highview

*142 kids go to WMEP

Here are the projections of enrollment in the future;

2012; 11,587

2013; 11,554

2014; 11,503

2015; 11,425

There it is everyone!

2 Responses to “Enrollment Report Part 2”

  1. give2attain Says:

    It would be interesting to see how they adjusted these when calculating the revenue/cost for the proposed new Magnet schools.

    2013: 11,554 + 600 = 12,154 ???

    300 from returning families, and 300 open enrollees?

    Everyone else stays put when they freeze/limit the intradistrict transfers?

    I don’t know what they are using for numbers in the proposals… I am just wildly hypothesizing… Anyone heard? I have not seen anything posted at RAS…

  2. 281 Exposed Says:

    The numbers we got on the magnet school were from the December 13 and January 10 work sessions. We haven’t seen anything else since. The enrollment report was from the January 19 board meeting.

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