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Digest of Education Statistics: 2006
Digest of Education Statistics: 2006

NCES 2007-017
July 2007


Table 96. Public secondary schools, by grade span, average school size, and state or jurisdiction: 2004–05
State or jurisdiction Total, all secondary schools Total, all regular secondary schools1  Schools, by grade span Vocational schools2  Average number of students per school3 
Grades 7 to 8 and 7 to 9 Grades
7 to 12
Grades
8 to 12
Grades
9 to 12
Grades
10 to 12
Other spans ending with grade 12 Other grade spans All secondary schools Regular secondary schools1 
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
United States 23,445 19,028 3,250 3,195 750 14,097 757 351 1,045 1,192 713 815
Alabama 413 310 33 92 6 240 30 4 8 77 674 699
Alaska 84 71 17 20 1 44 2 0 0 2 528 598
Arizona 563 450 82 41 7 411 16 1 5 95 670 721
Arkansas 422 396 56 173 5 114 46 2 26 22 443 447
California 2,360 1,441 347 294 36 1,598 44 21 20 76 948 1,424
                         
Colorado 409 346 62 66 5 262 5 3 6 4 613 694
Connecticut 244 187 35 11 8 162 5 17 6 17 791 951
Delaware 47 34 9 1 27 9 0 0 1 7 991 1,048
District of Columbia 43 36 9 2 0 31 0 0 1 2 445 482
Florida 475 451 16 32 14 393 4 6 10 32 1,487 1,522
                         
Georgia 365 351 16 5 5 329 3 0 7 0 1,194 1,234
Hawaii 55 54 12 8 0 34 0 0 1 0 1,189 1,208
Idaho 223 154 39 48 3 116 13 0 4 10 449 581
Illinois 1,001 798 162 51 14 631 16 34 93 51 703 825
Indiana 464 408 69 92 6 253 3 3 38 29 799 836
                         
Iowa 455 384 49 85 0 304 10 3 4 0 384 441
Kansas 422 422 64 88 3 256 10 1 0 0 411 411
Kentucky 319 253 27 46 6 236 2 1 1 8 662 780
Louisiana 308 273 46 44 180 19 1 1 17 9 689 744
Maine 155 128 17 12 1 123 1 0 1 27 541 541
                         
Maryland 265 201 19 7 5 197 1 6 30 25 1,132 1,325
Massachusetts 348 296 38 34 8 261 0 2 5 39 875 914
Michigan 848 710 105 95 14 564 18 8 44 44 709 792
Minnesota 850 475 75 217 43 291 86 75 63 13 387 647
Mississippi 326 230 33 62 6 186 26 3 10 88 644 644
                         
Missouri 654 581 69 190 2 349 21 11 12 61 553 556
Montana 363 360 187 0 0 174 1 0 1 0 172 173
Nebraska 334 334 32 187 0 112 3 0 0 0 349 349
Nevada 136 112 22 14 9 76 3 6 6 1 917 1,088
New Hampshire 98 98 16 0 1 78 0 1 2 0 726 726
                         
New Jersey 464 403 63 36 5 334 13 1 12 55 1,003 1,097
New Mexico 224 177 39 21 9 126 15 0 14 2 513 618
New York 1,034 925 93 137 17 632 17 4 134 25 912 934
North Carolina 412 377 20 18 5 347 4 3 15 8 1,000 1,069
North Dakota 198 191 13 130 3 38 4 1 9 7 227 227
                         
Ohio 1,019 930 151 138 51 603 12 12 52 90 675 686
Oklahoma 581 581 99 0 0 403 59 3 17 0 347 347
Oregon 300 281 35 49 8 204 0 0 4 0 687 724
Pennsylvania 812 723 102 157 12 453 59 11 18 82 892 903
Rhode Island 72 53 8 1 0 57 4 0 2 10 826 947
                         
South Carolina 277 226 30 13 3 203 15 9 4 39 917 962
South Dakota 263 256 90 0 1 172 0 0 0 3 165 166
Tennessee 361 331 33 25 2 282 12 0 7 23 837 865
Texas 2,095 1,505 360 211 120 1,085 44 43 232 0 669 904
Utah 327 220 96 52 12 75 74 3 15 2 642 915
                         
Vermont 70 56 8 18 0 44 0 0 0 14 626 626
Virginia 403 334 31 6 38 264 4 5 55 48 1,112 1,173
Washington 586 413 102 73 39 321 25 13 13 11 646 845
West Virginia 185 130 16 25 1 123 10 3 7 33 592 683
Wisconsin 604 478 67 60 7 414 12 31 13 1 519 621
Wyoming 109 94 31 8 2 64 4 0 0 0 324 361
Bureau of Indian Affairs 26 26 1 8 0 17 0 0 0 0 699 783
DoDDS, domestic 7 7 2 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 2,230 2,230
DoDDS, overseas 38 38 2 21 0 15 0 0 0 0 470 470
Other jurisdictions                        
American Samoa 6 5 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 1 518 518
Guam 4 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 718 718
Northern Marianas 6 6 1 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 569 574
Puerto Rico 391 367 195 28 0 5 152 0 11 15 793 883
Virgin Islands 10 8 5 0 0 5 0 0 0 1
—Not available.
1 Excludes vocational, special education, and alternative schools.
2 Vocational schools are also included under appropriate grade span.
3 Average for schools reporting enrollment data. Enrollment data were available for 22,278 out of 23,445 regular institutions in 2004–05.
NOTE: Includes schools with no grade lower than 7. Excludes schools not reported by grade level, such as some special education schools for the disabled. DoDDS = Depart­ment of Defense dependents schools.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Com­mon Core of Data (CCD), "Public Elementary/Secondary School Universe Survey," 2004–05. (This table was prepared August 2006.)