Enrollment Numbers in Hemingford Continue to Grow
Fifth Year in a Row
For the fifth year in a row, enrollment in District 10 has grown, now at 400 students in grades Pre-School - 12th. Hemingford experienced lower numbers each year from 2001-2005, but has rebounded in spite of declining population in the Panhandle.
As the graph located via the link below will show, 2010 marks the first time in ten years that District 10 enrollment has reached 400 students. Five years ago, just the junior and senior classes in our school system had 30 or more students. In 2010, there are six classes with 30 or more students.
Hemingford has been blessed with a positive school atmosphere, as well as an ever-growing number of option students that now attend classes here. In spite of the fact that there have been many families that have moved away from the area, the enrollment here has been strong.
Though this trend is a difficult one to sustain, our five-year growth is a reflection on how parents feel about our school, and how our students are learning and achieving
Please click on the link below for a complete breakdown off August enrollment figures over the past thirteen years for District 10.