Rising Enrollment

Rising Enrollments
Posted on 09/01/2017
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Triad enrollment continues to grow.  The graphs below show the upward trend of increased student enrollment. The current kindergarten class is the largest in Triad's history, and this year's total enrollment is the highest since 2007.  The charts below also show the increase in the number of students at the early childhood-elementary levels.  We expect the high school's enrollment to slightly increase over the next two years. 

Six-day enrollment figures show a total increase of 74 new students this year – bringing total enrollment to 3,778.  Largest among the classes is the freshmen class, with 302 students.>Enrollment at Triad High School is now at 1,137 compared to 1,104 in August 2016. Second largest is the kindergarten class, with 301 students. C.A. Henning Elementary stands at 749 students, up from 739; Silver Creek Elementary is at 690, up from 668; TMS is at 855, up from 851; Marine Elementary is at 130, up from 121; and St. Jacob Elementary is at 198, up from 197.

The district continues to keep a close eye on live birth data and other factors that help the administration predict enrollment trends for the future. “I’m really excited about the growth we’ve seen this year,” Triad Superintendent Leigh Lewis said at the August Regular Board of Education Meeting.

Enrollment in the after-school Beyond the Bell program is also up. St. Jacob program enrollment is currently at 47 students (40- last year), Marine - 17 students (7- last year), Silver Creek - 90 students (86-last year), Henning - 93students (57-last year). Total enrollment as of September is now 247 students, which is up from 190 last year at the same time.

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