CHEYENNE – Fall enrollment rose from 93,029 in 2018-19 to 93,832 students in the 2019-20 school year. Fall K-12 enrollment data for Wyoming public schools for the 2019-20 school year is available online.
Wyoming schools added a total of 803 students, with 63 percent of those new students enrolled in Natrona, Laramie, and Campbell county school districts. This marks a large jump from 2018-19, when only 53 new students were enrolled.
“The jump in student enrollment reflects the state’s overall population growth over the past year. We hope this is the start of a positive, multi-year trend that leads to increased prosperity for Wyoming business and industry,” said State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jillian Balow. “Wyoming K-12 education has been proactive with an increased emphasis on career and technical education, including Computer Science. More high school graduates will be prepared to stay in Wyoming to live and prosper.”
Natrona County School District #1 gained the most students with 291, followed by Laramie County School District #1 and Campbell County School District #1, with both districts adding 109 students each. The biggest drop in enrollment occurred in Fremont County School District #38 with 54 fewer students.
The Wyoming Department of Education (WDE) has prepared the following reports that break down the enrollment statistics:
- Historical Fall Enrollment since school year 1991-92.
- Districts ranked by enrollment total.
- Districts ranked by enrollment per grade.
- District demographics.
This data was gathered from all school districts throughout the state in a snapshot performed on October 1, 2019.
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Michelle Panos, Communications Director