Fast Facts

  • District Overview

    Enrollment: 15,355
    Per Pupil Expenditure: $8,666
    Teacher/Student Ratio: 1:19 
    Operating Budget: $155.7 million
    Millage Rate: 41.9 
    Number of Schools: 23 (16 elementary, 4 middle schools, 3 high schools -  plus, a pre-kindergarten center and an alternative school)

    Graduates

    Graduation Rate: 87.4% 
    Total Scholarships Accepted: $15 million 
    National Merit Finalists: 5
    AP Course Offerings: 27 
    AP Students: 1,482
    AP Exams Taken: 2,719
    AP Scores of 3 or above: 34.5%
    AP Scholars: 187
    ACT: 21.6 average composite (state average 20.2, national average 20.8)

    Demographics

    African-American- 1.5% 
    Asian- 1.9% 
    Caucasian- 43%
    Hawaiian/Pacific Islander- 2%
    Hispanic- 48% 
    Native American- .6%
    2 or more: 3%
    Countries of Birth: 39
    Native Languages: 37
    Percentage of students eligible for free and reduced-price meals: 60% 

    Faculty

    Certified Teachers: 1,028 (full-time equivalency) 
    Support Staff: 769
    Advanced degrees: 52 percent 
    National Board Certified: 100+ 
    Average Teacher Salary: $59,732
    Starting Salary: $45,750