List of the largest school districts in the United States by enrollment Article

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This is a list of the largest school districts in the United States by 2014 enrollment.

Rank vs 2010 [1] School district State/Territory Students in Fall 2014 [2]
1 -- New York City New York 995,192
2 -- Los Angeles Unified California 646,683
3 ↑1 City of Chicago (SD 299) Illinois 392,558
4 ↓1 Puerto Rico Dept of Education Puerto Rico 379,818 [3]
5 -- Miami-Dade Florida 356,964
6 -- Clark County Nevada 324,093
7 -- Broward Florida 266,265
8 -- Houston ISD Texas 215,225
9 -- Hillsborough Florida 207,469
10 ↑1 Orange Florida 191,648
11 ↑1 Palm Beach Florida 186,605
12 ↑1 Fairfax County Virginia 185,541
13 ↓3 Hawaii Department of Education Hawaii 182,384
14 ↑1 Gwinnett County Georgia 173,246
15 ↑1 Dallas ISD Texas 160,253
16 ↑1 Wake County North Carolina 155,820
17 ↑1 Montgomery County Maryland 154,434
18 ↑1 Charlotte-Mecklenburg North Carolina 145,636
19 ↓5 Philadelphia City Pennsylvania 134,241
20 -- San Diego Unified California 129,779
21 ↑1 Duval Florida 128,685
22 ↓1 Prince George's County Maryland 127,576
23 -- Shelby County [4] Tennessee 115,810
24 ↑1 Cypress-Fairbanks ISD Texas 113,023
25 ↓1 Cobb County Georgia 111,751
26 -- Baltimore County Maryland 109,830
27 -- Pinellas Florida 103,774
28 ↑2 Northside ISD Texas 103,606
29 ↓1 DeKalb County Georgia 101,103
30 ↓1 Jefferson County Kentucky 100,602
31 ↑1 Polk Florida 99,723
32 ↑1 Fulton County Georgia 95,460
33 ↓2 Albuquerque New Mexico 93,001
34 ↑4 Lee Florida 89,364
35 ↑8 Denver Colorado 88,839
36 ↑5 Prince William County Virginia 86,641
37 ↓3 Jefferson County, No R1 Colorado 86,581
38 ↑1 Fort Worth ISD Texas 85,975
39 ↓2 Baltimore City Maryland 84,976
40 ↓5 Austin ISD Texas 84,564
41 ↑1 Davidson County Tennessee 84,069
42 ↓6 Long Beach Unified California 79,709
43 ↑2 Anne Arundel County Maryland 79,518
44 ↓4 Milwaukee Wisconsin 77,316
45 ↑3 Greenville, 01 South Carolina 75,508
46 ↑8 Alpine Utah 75,161
47 ↓1 Fresno Unified California 73,543
48 ↑15 Loudoun County Virginia 73,418
49 ↓2 Guilford County North Carolina 73,416
50 ↓1 Brevard Florida 72,285
51 ↑1 Fort Bend ISD Texas 72,152
52 ↑1 Davis Utah 70,857
53 ↑15 Katy ISD Texas 70,330
54 ↓4 Virginia Beach City Virginia 70,121
55 ↓4 Granite Utah 69,994
56 ↑6 Aldine ISD Texas 69,716
57 ↓2 Pasco Florida 69,295
58 ↓2 North East ISD Texas 67,971
59 ↑8 Douglas County, No RE1 Colorado 66,702
60 ↑1 Seminole Florida 66,134
61 ↓2 Washoe County Nevada 65,682
62 ↓4 Arlington ISD Texas 63,882
63 ↓6 Mesa Unified Arizona 63,849
64 -- Elk Grove Unified California 62,888
65 ↑1 Volusia Florida 61,777
66 ↓6 El Paso ISD Texas 60,852
67 ↑3 Knox County Tennessee 59,733
68 ↑1 Chesterfield County Virginia 59,725
69 ↑10 Osceola Florida 59,320
70 ↑4 San Francisco Unified California 58,414
71 ↓6 Mobile County Alabama 57,910
72 ↓1 Garland ISD Texas 57,436
73 ↓1 Santa Ana Unified California 56,815
74 ↑13 Conroe ISD Texas 56,363
75 ↑10 Pasadena ISD Texas 55,577
76 ↑2 Winston-Salem/Forsyth County North Carolina 54,762
77 ↓2 Plano ISD Texas 54,689
78 ↑6 Cherry Creek, No 5 Colorado 54,535
79 ↓6 Boston Massachusetts 54,312
80 ↑2 Capistrano Unified California 54,036
81 ↓5 San Antonio ISD Texas 53,750
82 ↑1 Corona-Norco Unified California 53,739
83 ↑6 Howard County Maryland 53,685
84 ↑6 Clayton County Georgia 53,367
85 ↓8 San Bernardino City Unified California 53,365
86 -- Lewisville ISD Texas 53,356
87 ↑13 Seattle Washington 52,834
88 ↑3 Jordan Utah 52,274
89 ↑5 Omaha Nebraska 51,928
90 ↓10 Cumberland County North Carolina 51,604
91 ↑2 Atlanta Georgia 51,145
92 ↑3 Henrico County Virginia 50,971
93 ↑3 Wichita Kansas 50,947
94 ↓6 Columbus City Ohio 50,407
95 new Frisco ISD Texas 49,644
96 new Klein ISD Texas 49,402
97 new San Juan Unified California 49,114
98 ↓17 Tucson Unified Arizona 48,455
99 ↓7 Brownsville ISD Texas 48,355
100 ↓3 Anchorage Alaska 48,089
101 new Oakland Unified California 48,077
102 new Manatee Florida 47,883
103 new Jefferson Parish Louisiana 47,817
104 new Portland, SD1J Oregon 47,806
105 ↓61 Detroit City Michigan 47,277
106 new Round Rock ISD Texas 47,251
107 new Alief ISD Texas 47,202
108 ↓9 Sacramento City Unified California 46,868
109 new Charleston, 01 South Carolina 46,790
110 ↓12 Garden Grove Unified California 46,177
111 new District of Columbia District of Columbia 46,155
112 new Collier Florida 45,228
113 new Socorro ISD Texas 44,561
114 new Hamilton County Tennessee 43,797
115 new United ISD Texas 43,421
116 new Killeen ISD Texas 42,638
117 new Marion Florida 42,517
118 new Ysleta ISD Texas 42,488
119 new Forsyth County Georgia 42,435
120 new Riverside Unified California 42,339
121 new Chandler Unified Arizona 42,252

References

  1. ^ "Table 104. Enrollment, poverty, and federal funds for the 100 largest school districts, by enrollment size in 2010: Fall 2010, 2009-10, and federal fiscal year 2012". Digest of Education Statistics 2013. U.S. Department of Education: Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics. January 2013. Retrieved 4 November 2013.
  2. ^ "Table 215.30. Enrollment, poverty, and federal funds for the 120 largest school districts, by enrollment size in 2014: Selected years, 2013-14 through 2016". Digest of Education Statistics 2016. U.S. Department of Education: Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved 5 May 2018.
  3. ^ From 15/16 school year "District Directory Information - Puerto Rico Department of Education". U.S. Department of Education: Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved 5 May 2018.
  4. ^ In 2011 the existing Shelby County School District assumed control over Memphis schools. In 2013 the majority White suburbs of Memphis seceeded from the district and created 6 new school districts. The current Shelby County School District is nearly identical to the 2010 Memphis School District which was also ranked 23rd.

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