Weston Public Schools Enrollment Is Up Year Over Year

Analyzing the mathy stuff. Photo by Scott Graham on Unsplash

On November 7, 2022, the 2022-23 Weston Public Schools enrollment report was submitted by Sheri L. Matthews, Assistant Superintendent for Finance and Operations. It shows that we have a new monster class in town and it is NOT the Class of 2025 which had claimed the top spot after the graduation of the chonky-sized Class of 2020. Meet the Class of 2035, current kindergartners, which has 174 enrolled students in nine sections. Bring it on, short stuffs; the Class of 2025, current sophomores, still rule the high school with 168 enrolled students as of October 1, 2022.

Now, beyond the class enrollment numbers, there is also information about the percentage of students who are residents (89.6%), METCO (7.9%) and children of faculty and staff (2.5%). You can see which classes are over 25 students in the high and middle school, and which are under 15. You can make up stories in your own head as to why certain ones are more subscribed than others–but be careful because those numbers fluctuate year to year, same as enrollment which was over prediction for a host of reasons mentioned in the detailed report. Overall, Weston Public Schools are 80 students above the projection and 58 students above the October 1, 2021 count.

If you’re interested, read the full report here.

Go ‘cats!

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