County School Enrollment Down 63 On 5th Day; East Hamilton High Down 101; Ooltewah High Loses 88 And Central 59; Hixson, Sale Creek, East Ridge, Tyner Gain

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Fifth-day enrollment at the Hamilton County Schools is down 63 students from last year.

The total was at 41,950 - down from 42,013 last year. It is still ahead of the 2010-2011 (40,949) and 2011-2012 (41,559) totals.

High school enrollment is down by 288 students - from 11,711 to 11,423.

Enrollment is up both at the elementary (by 18) and middle school (by 207) levels. 

Elementary went from 20,896 to 20,914, and middle school from 9,406 to 9,613.

High Schools

2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 201314 Change 

Brainerd 679 619 613 550 -63

Central 1026 977 940 881 -59

CCA 310 328 348 367 19

CGLA 33 37 57 81 24

CSAS 459 443 433 420 -13

East Hamilton 1052 1126 1077 976 -101

East Ridge 829 792 817 842 25

Hamilton Co. High 161 143 146 142 -4

Hixson 709 749 843 889 46

Howard 617 589 558 522 -36

Ivy Academy 0 0 153 143 -10

Lookout Valley 213 195 191 191 0

Middle College 102 100 98 50 -48

Ooltewah 1260 1313 1402 1314 -88

Red Bank 854 808 722 712 -10

Sale Creek 253 274 239 276 37

Sequoyah 406 402 395 376 -19

Signal Mountain 609 736 709 713 4

STEM School 74 128 54

Tyner Academy 586 522 536 565 29

Virtual School 8 8

Middle Schools

Brown 474 487 532 503 -29
CCA 234 237 231 251 20
CGLA  95 129 143 166 23
CSAS 221 221 225 226 1
CSLA 131 131 134 129 -5
Dalewood 282 276 293 324 31
East Hamilton 847 921 783 706 -77
East Lake 442 430 448 482 34
East Ridge 638 681 682 688 6
Hixson 554 630 639 666 27
Hunter 688 639 684 706 22
Loftis 660 658 635 645 10
Lookout Valley 151 175 202 184 -18
Normal Park Middle 228 238 250 229 -21
Ooltewah 639 735 750 847 97
Orchard Knob 327 306 351 419 68
Red Bank 568 576 556 585 29
Sale Creek 216 233 221 268 47
Signal Mountain 552 602 592 608 16
Soddy-Daisy 564 576 602 538 -64
Tyner 467 457 453 441 -12

Elementary Schools

Allen 575 584 573 562 -11
Alpine Crest 297 296 317 304 -13
Apison 630 636 664 624 -40
Barger 426 436 402 403 1
Battle Academy 413 408 397 383 -14
Big Ridge 543 472 486 468 -18
Birchwood 144 123 125 -125
Brown Academy 394 432 406 382 -24
Clifton Hills 487 554 618 606 -12
CCSE 166 266 324 58
CSAS 379 375 363 357 -6
CSLA 528 516 466 466 0
Donaldson 244 217 239 285 46
DuPont 301 317 315 338 23
East Brainerd 623 705 707 685 -22
East Lake 415 459 442 473 31
East Ridge 849 817 844 877 33
East Side 592 545 571 590 19
Falling Water 256 239 235 222 -13
Ganns-Middle Valley 512 557 585 561 -24

Hardy 458 457 428 399 -29

Harrison 369 380 360 367 7
Hillcrest278 264 282 274 -8
Hixson 482 485 463 466 3
Lakeside 477 466 433 444 11

Lkt Mtn191 176 167 179 12

Lookout Valley 301 283 298 299 1
McConnell 580 582 538 512 -26
Nolan 665 672 659 658 -1
Normal Park 533 544 545 560 15
North Hamilton 402 386 362 350 -12
Ooltewah 433 447 509 787 278
Orchard Knob 383 444 502 554 52
Red Bank Elem 597 582 643 629 -14
Rivermont 340 314 328 329 1
Shepherd 533 500 543 572 29
Smith 841 862 829 733 -96
Snow Hill 542 585 573 498 -75
Soddy 345 359 381 395 14
Spring Creek 587 632 680 690 10
Thrasher 543 570 574 560 -14
Virtual School 3 0 3 3
Westview 766 781 758 737 -21
Wolftever 437 433 434 433 -1
Woodmore 357 335 337 308 -29


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