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3629370. The Utica City School District is a public school district coterminous with the city of Utica, New York, United States. It is a highly diverse urban district, having 69% racial minority students and 17% students who are English language learners in 2017. It is part of Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES and the Conference of Big 5 School ...
The forerunner of Utica High School, the Utica Union School, opened in 1860. It was renamed Utica High School in 1900. The school was originally located within its namesake city of Utica, Michigan until 1955, when the construction of the current building was completed in Shelby Township. The former location is now home to Eppler Jr. High School.
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Academics. The 2020 US News and World Report survey of high schools ranked Sterling Heights 6,162nd nationally and 214th in Michigan.. Demographics. The demographic breakdown of the 1,472 students enrolled for 2018-19 was:
Staff. 190.55  Student–teacher ratio. 15.1  Other information. Website. www .hinds .k12 .ms .us. The Hinds County School District is a public school district based in Raymond, Mississippi (US). In addition to Raymond, the district serves the communities of Bolton, Byram, Edwards, Learned, Terry, and Utica, as well as sections of Jackson.
The demographic breakdown of the 2,431 students enrolled for 2017-18 was:  Male - 50.0% Female - 50.0% Native American/Alaskan - 0.1% Asian - 2.1% Black - 17.1% Hispanic - 5.7% Native Hawaiian/Pacific islanders - 0.1% White - 69.6% Multiracial - 5.3% 36.0% of the students were eligible for free or reduced-cost lunch.  Athletics [ edit]
South Lake High School is a high school in St. Clair Shores, Michigan in the Metro Detroit area, and serves grades 9-12. It is the only high school in the South Lake Schools district. Demographics [ edit] The demographic breakdown of the 615 students enrolled in 2015-2016 was: Male - 51.5% Female - 48.5% Native American/Alaskan - 0%
The demographic breakdown of the 1,738 students enrolled in 2016-17 was: Male - 50.9% Female - 49.1% Native American/Alaskan - >0.1% Asian - 0.8% Black - 2.5% Hispanic - 6.9% White - 88.7% Multiracial -1.1% 17.0% of the students were eligible for free or reduced-cost lunch. For 2016–17, Romeo was a Title I school. Athletics