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As of 2015, there are roughly 13,600 public school districts in the United States.[1] These districts collectively include about 55.2 million students. A total of 27,285,341 students, or 49.7 percent of all students, reside in the top 1,000 school districts in the nation.

Every state except Maine and Vermont has at least one school district that is represented in the top 1,000 districts.

School district overview

State # of districts
in Top 1,000
# of students
in Top 1,000 districts
Percentage
of Top 1,000 (%)
Alabama 18 362,399 1.3
Alaska 3 80,652 0.3
Arizona 29 628,908 2.3
Arkansas 8 128,074 0.5
California 186 4,602,201 16.9
Colorado 22 675,371 2.8
Connecticut 11 159,889 0.6
Delaware 5 62,469 0.2
District of Columbia 1 44,179 0.2
Florida 38 2,563,441 9.4
Georgia 41 1,248,835 4.8
Hawaii 1 184,760 0.7
Idaho 7 123,389 0.5
Illinois 25 805,496 3.0
Indiana 25 365,640 1.3
Iowa 10 146,562 0.5
Kansas 7 175,442 0.6
Kentucky 13 279,362 1.0
Louisiana 22 486,645 1.8
Maine 0 0 0
Maryland 15 811,971 3.0
Massachusetts 11 207,250 0.8
Michigan 22 346,907 1.3
Minnesota 19 321,964 1.8
Mississippi 7 127,411 0.5
Missouri 20 334,214 1.2
Montana 1 11,145 0.04
Nebraska 5 131,700 0.5
Nevada 4 405,547 1.5
New Hampshire 2 26,243 0.09
New Jersey 23 329,060 1.2
New Mexico 8 198,128 0.7
New York 19 1,254,848 4.6
North Carolina 39 1,134,583 4.2
North Dakota 2 22,813 0.08
Ohio 22 385,337 1.4
Oklahoma 13 258,524 0.9
Oregon 14 291,921 1.1
Pennsylvania 20 393,326 1.4
Rhode Island 3 44,211 0.2
South Carolina 26 534,493 2.0
South Dakota 2 37,227 0.1
Tennessee 19 604,506 2.2
Texas 111 3,516,466 12.9
Utah 14 481,257 1.8
Vermont 0 0 0
Virginia 30 934,825 3.4
Washington 34 617,358 2.3
West Virginia 9 127,044 0.5
Wisconsin 12 249,634 0.9
Wyoming 2 26,466 0.09

Districts by state

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Alabama
Main article: List of school districts in Alabama

There are 18 districts in Alabama in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Mobile County Public Schools, Alabama: 58,625 students
2.) Jefferson County Schools, Alabama: 36,069 students
3.) Montgomery Public Schools, Alabama: 31,359 students
4.) Baldwin County Public Schools, Alabama: 29,419 students
5.) Shelby County Schools, Alabama: 28,655 students
6.) Birmingham City Schools, Alabama: 25,104 students
7.) Huntsville City Schools, Alabama: 23,437 students
8.) Madison County Schools, Alabama: 19,764 students
9.) Tuscaloosa County School System, Alabama: 17,763 students
10.) Hoover City Schools, Alabama: 13,764 students
11.) Elmore County Public Schools, Alabama: 11,280 students
12.) Tuscaloosa City Schools, Alabama: 10,142 students
13.) Lee County Schools, Alabama: 9,793 students
14.) Autauga County School System, Alabama: 9,717 students
15.) Cullman County Schools, Alabama: 9,604 students
16.) Madison City Schools, Alabama: 9,375 students
17.) Calhoun County Schools, Alabama: 9,300 students
18.) Dothan City Schools, Alabama: 9,229 students

Alaska
Main article: List of school districts in Alaska

There are 3 districts in Alaska in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Anchorage School District, Alaska: 48,790 students
2.) Matanuska-Susitna Borough School District, Alaska: 17,484 students
3.) Fairbanks North Star Borough School District, Alaska: 14,378 students

Arizona
Main article: List of school districts in Arizona

There are 29 districts in Arizona in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Mesa Public Schools, Arizona: 64,161 students
2.) Tucson Unified School District, Arizona: 50,771 students
3.) Chandler Unified School District, Arizona: 40,163 students
4.) Gilbert Public Schools, Arizona: 38,007 students
5.) Peoria Unified School District, Arizona: 36,736 students
6.) Deer Valley Unified School District, Arizona: 34,028 students
7.) Paradise Valley Unified School District, Arizona: 32,919 students
8.) Dysart Unified School District, Arizona: 25,971 students
9.) Phoenix Union High School District, Arizona: 25,854 students
10.) Scottsdale Unified School District, Arizona: 25,246 students
11.) Washington Elementary School District, Arizona: 22,895 students
12.) Cartwright Elementary School District, Arizona: 18,928 students
13.) Kyrene Elementary School District, Arizona: 17,786 students
14.) Sunnyside Unified School District, Arizona: 17,470 students
15.) Glendale Union High School District, Arizona: 15,022 students
16.) Alhambra Elementary School District, Arizona: 14,313 students
17.) Amphitheater Public Schools, Arizona: 14,247 students
18.) Tempe Union High School District, Arizona: 13,855 students
19.) Glendale Elementary School District, Arizona: 13,496 students
20.) Marana Unified School District, Arizona: 12,250 students
21.) Tempe Elementary School District, Arizona: 11,834 students
22.) Vail School District, Arizona: 11,440 students
23.) Higley Unified School District, Arizona: 10,971 students
24.) Yuma Union High School District, Arizona: 10,793 students
25.) Litchfield Elementary School District, Arizona: 10,421 students
26.) Tolleson Union High School District, Arizona: 10,077 students
27.) Roosevelt Elementary School District, Arizona: 9,960 students
28.) Pendergast Elementary School District, Arizona: 9,715 students
29.) Flagstaff Unified School District, Arizona: 9,579 students

Arkansas
Main article: List of school districts in Arkansas

There are 8 districts in Arkansas in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Little Rock School District, Arkansas: 25,097 students
2.) Springdale Public Schools, Arkansas: 20,741 students
3.) Pulaski County Special School District, Arkansas: 17,937 students
4.) Bentonville School District, Arkansas: 14,880 students
5.) Rogers School District, Arkansas: 14,793 students
6.) Fort Smith Public Schools, Arkansas: 14,374 students
7.) Cabot Public School District, Arkansas: 10,423 students
8.) Conway Public Schools, Arkansas: 9,829 students

California
Main article: List of school districts in California

There are 186 districts in California in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Los Angeles Unified School District: 655,455 students
2.) San Diego Unified School District: 130,271 students
3.) Long Beach Unified School District: 82,256 students
4.) Fresno Unified School District: 73,689 students
5.) Elk Grove Unified School District: 62,137 students
6.) Santa Ana Unified School District: 57,410 students
7.) San Francisco Unified School District: 56,970 students
8.) San Bernardino City Unified School District: 54,102 students
9.) Capistrano Unified School District: 53,785 students
10.) Corona-Norco Unified School District: 53,437 students
11.) San Juan Unified School District: 47,752 students
12.) Sacramento City Unified School District: 47,616 students
13.) Garden Grove Unified School District: 47,599 students
14.) Oakland Unified School District: 46,463 students
15.) Riverside Unified School District: 42,560 students
16.) Sweetwater Union High School District: 40,916 students
17.) Fontana Unified School District: 40,374 students
18.) Clovis Unified School District: 39,894 students
19.) Stockton Unified School District: 38,435 students
20.) Kern High School District: 37,070 students
21.) Poway Unified School District: 35,196 students
22.) Moreno Valley Unified School District: 34,922 students
23.) Fremont Unified School District: 33,308 students
24.) San Jose Unified School District: 33,134 students
25.) Anaheim Union High School District: 32,085 students
26.) Mount Diablo Unified School District: 32,001 students
27.) Twin Rivers Unified School District: 31,420 students
28.) San Ramon Valley Unified School District: 30,757 students
29.) Chino Valley Unified School District: 30,705 students
30.) Montebello Unified School District: 30,564 students
31.) West Contra Costa Unified School District: 30,398 students
32.) Saddleback Valley Unified School District: 30,355 students
33.) Temecula Valley Unified School District: 30,337 students
34.) Lodi Unified School District: 30,222 students
35.) Modesto City Schools: 29,978 students
36.) Orange Unified School District: 29,854 students
37.) Desert Sands Unified School District: 29,159 students
38.) Irvine Unified School District: 29,072 students
39.) Bakersfield City School District: 28,987 students
40.) Chula Vista Elementary School District: 28,524 students
41.) Visalia Unified School District: 27,617 students
42.) Pomona Unified School District: 27,186 students
43.) Rialto Unified School District: 26,596 students
44.) William S. Hart Union High School District: 26,373 students
45.) East Side Union High School District: 26,297 students
46.) Glendale Unified School District: 26,179 students
47.) Vista Unified School District: 25,642 students
48.) Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District: 25,622 students
49.) Chaffey Joint Union High School District: 25,020 students
50.) Antelope Valley Union High School District: 24,816 students
51.) Compton Unified School District: 24,710 students
52.) Torrance Unified School District: 24,324 students
53.) Tustin Unified School District: 23,771 students
54.) Palm Springs Unified School District: 23,581 students
55.) Hesperia Unified School District: 23,448 students
56.) Manteca Unified School District: 23,235 students
57.) Colton Joint Unified School District: 23,172 students
58.) Grossmont Union High School District: 22,965 students
59.) Murrieta Valley Unified School District: 22,929 students
60.) Downey Unified School District: 22,848 students
61.) Ontario-Montclair Elementary School District: 22,735 students
62.) Lake Elsinore Unified School District: 22,137 students
63.) Newport-Mesa Unified School District: 22,003 students
64.) Hayward Unified School District: 21,937 students
65.) Hemet Unified School District: 21,689 students
66.) Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District: 21,400 students
67.) Redlands Unified School District: 21,379 students
68.) Palmdale School District: 21,264 students
69.) Oceanside Unified School District: 21,215 students
70.) ABC Unified School District: 20,835 students
71.) Conejo Valley Unified School District: 20,595 students
72.) Hacienda La Puente Unified School District: 20,358 students
73.) Pajaro Valley Unified School District: 20,001 students
74.) Madera Unified School District: 19,984 students
75.) Val Verde Unified School District: 19,832 students
76.) Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District: 19,770 students
77.) Alvord Unified School District: 19,634 students
78.) San Marcos Unified School District: 19,617 students
79.) Jurupa Unified School District: 19,577 students
80.) Pasadena Unified School District: 19,540 students
81.) Escondido Union School District: 19,365 students
82.) Anaheim City School District: 19,126 students
83.) Folsom-Cordova Unified School District: 19,117 students
84.) Cupertino Union School District: 19,035 students
85.) Simi Valley Unified School District: 18,857 students
86.) Antioch Unified School District: 18,852 students
87.) Baldwin Park Unified School District: 18,845 students
88.) Coachella Valley Unified School District: 18,720 students
89.) Napa Valley Unified School District: 18,326 students
90.) Alhambra Unified School District: 18,076 students
91.) Tracy Joint Unified School District: 17,405 students
92.) Ventura Unified School District: 17,402 students
93.) Panama-Buena Vista Union School District: 17,325 students
94.) Oxnard Union High School District: 16,780 students
95.) Oxnard School District: 16,533 students
96.) Burbank Unified School District: 16,481 students
97.) Huntington Beach Union High School District: 16,400 students
98.) Cajon Valley Union School District: 16,231 students
99.) Paramount Unified School District: 15,846 students
100.) Rowland Unified School District: 15,501 students
101.) Santa Barbara Unified School District: 15,489 students
102.) Central Unified School District: 15,262 students
103.) Vallejo City Unified School District: 15,157 students
104.) Santa Clara Unified School District: 15,151 students
105.) Santa Maria-Bonita School District: 15,050 students
106.) Lynwood Unified School District: 15,029 students
107.) Pleasanton Unified School District: 14,932 students
108.) Victor Valley Union High School District: 14,781 students
109.) Lancaster School District: 14,713 students
110.) Apple Valley Unified School District: 14,701 students
111.) Walnut Valley Unified School District: 14,661 students
112.) Fullerton Joint Union High School District: 14,608 students
113.) West Covina Unified School District: 14,460 students
114.) Inglewood Unified School District: 14,207 students
115.) Turlock Unified School District: 13,956 students
116.) Salinas Union High School District: 13,879 students
117.) Chico Unified School District: 13,875 students
118.) Porterville Unified School District: 13,835 students
119.) Fullerton School District: 13,830 students
120.) Bellflower Unified School District: 13,721 students
121.) Whittier Union High School District: 13,486 students
122.) Evergreen Elementary School District: 13,375 students
123.) Yuba City Unified School District: 13,298 students
124.) Etiwanda School District: 13,163 students
125.) Covina-Valley Unified School District: 12,978 students
126.) New Haven Unified School District: 12,873 students
127.) Ceres Unified School District: 12,839 students
128.) Alum Rock Union School District: 12,659 students
129.) Vacaville Unified School District: 12,657 students
130.) Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District: 12,629 students
131.) Natomas Unified School District: 12,454 students
132.) San Dieguito Union High School District: 12,365 students
133.) Palo Alto Unified School District: 12,357 students
134.) San Lorenzo Unified School District: 12,270 students
135.) Rocklin Unified School District: 12,155 students
136.) La Mesa-Spring Valley School District: 12,070 students
137.) Upland Unified School District: 11,908 students
138.) Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District: 11,864 students
139.) Victor Elementary School District: 11,813 students
140.) Gilroy Unified School District: 11,571 students
141.) San Mateo-Foster City Elementary School District: 11,456 students
142.) Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District: 11,417 students
143.) Oak Grove School District: 11,372 students
144.) Santa Rosa High School District: 11,233 students
145.) Las Virgenes Unified School District: 11,200 students
146.) Carlsbad Unified School District: 10,956 students
147.) Sanger Unified School District: 10,916 students
148.) Alameda Unified School District: 10,836 students
149.) Monterey Peninsula Unified School District: 10,729 students
150.) Franklin-McKinley School District: 10,703 students
151.) Merced City School District: 10,671 students
152.) Fremont Union High School District: 10,664 students
153.) Perris Union High School District: 10,567 students
154.) Lucia Mar Unified School District: 10,566 students
155.) Pittsburg Unified School District: 10,560 students
156.) Roseville Joint Union High School District: 10,206 students
157.) Saugus Union School District: 10,178 students
158.) Woodland Joint Unified School District: 10,126 students
159.) Merced Union High School District: 10,078 students
160.) San Jacinto Unified School District: 10,041 students
161.) Milpitas Unified School District: 10,033 students
162.) Menifee Union School District: 9,955 students
163.) Kings Canyon Unified School District: 9,954 students
164.) Roseville City Elementary School District: 9,943 students
165.) Los Alamitos Unified School District: 9,912 students
166.) Los Banos Unified School District: 9,892 students
167.) Bonita Unified School District: 9,870 students
168.) Marysville Joint Unified School District: 9,815 students
169.) El Monte Union High School District: 9,812 students
170.) Lompoc Unified School District: 9,811 students
171.) Berkeley Unified School District: 9,780 students
172.) Azusa Unified School District: 9,755 students
173.) Arcadia Unified School District: 9,667 students
174.) Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District: 9,663 students
175.) El Rancho Unified School District: 9,953 students
176.) Westminster Elementary School District: 9,619 students
177.) Western Placer Unified School District: 9,447 students
178.) Tulare City School District: 9,434 students
179.) Ocean View School District: 9,418 students
180.) El Monte City School District: 9,304 students
181.) South San Francisco Unified School District: 9,265 students
182.) Morgan Hill Unified School District: 9,248 students
183.) Sequoia Union High School District: 9,247 students
184.) Redwood City Elementary School District: 9,210 students
185.) Castro Valley Unified School District: 9,210 students
186.) Calexico Unified School District: 9,203 students

Colorado
Main article: List of school districts in Colorado

There are 22 districts in Colorado in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Jeffco Public Schools, Colorado: 85,542 students
2.) Denver Public Schools, Colorado: 83,377 students
3.) Douglas County School District, Colorado: 64,657 students
4.) Cherry Creek School District, Colorado: 53,422 students
5.) Adams 12 Five Star Schools, Colorado: 43,268 students
6.) Aurora Joint School District No. 28, Colorado: 39,835 students
7.) Boulder Valley School District, Colorado: 30,041 students
8.) St. Vrain Valley School District, Colorado: 29,382 students
9.) Colorado Springs School District 11, Colorado: 29,032 students
10.) Poudre School District, Colorado: 27,909 students
11.) Academy School District 20, Colorado: 23,973 students
12.) Mesa County Valley School District 51, Colorado: 21,746 students
13.) Greeley-Evans School District 6, Colorado: 19,821 students
14.) Pueblo City Schools, Colorado: 17,711 students
15.) Brighton School District, Colorado: 16,184 students
16.) Thompson School District, Colorado: 16,042 students
17.) Littleton Public Schools, Colorado: 15,754 students
18.) Falcon School District 49, Colorado: 15,478 students
19.) Colorado Charter School Institute, Colorado: 11,756 students
20.) Harrison School District Two, Colorado: 10,775 students
21.) Adams County School District 50, Colorado: 10,069 students
22.) Widefield School District 3, Colorado: 9,297 students

Connecticut
Main article: List of school districts in Connecticut

There are 11 districts in Connecticut in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Hartford Public Schools, Connecticut: 21,545 students
2.) New Haven Public Schools, Connecticut: 21,150 students
3.) Bridgeport Public Schools, Connecticut: 20,155 students
4.) Waterbury Public Schools, Connecticut: 18,391 students
5.) Stamford Public Schools, Connecticut: 15,758 students
6.) Norwalk Public Schools, Connecticut: 11,071 students
7.) Connecticut Technical High School System, Connecticut: 10,651 students
8.) Danbury Public Schools, Connecticut: 10,612 students
9.) Fairfield Public Schools, Connecticut: 10,294 students
10.) New Britain School District, Connecticut: 10,232 students
11.) West Hartford Public Schools, Connecticut: 10,030 students

Delaware
Main article: List of school districts in Delaware

There are 5 districts in Delaware in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Christina School District, Delaware: 16,384 students
2.) Red Clay Consolidated School District, Delaware: 16,157 students
3.) Brandywine School District, Delaware: 10,851 students
4.) Colonial School District, Delaware: 9,697 students
5.) Appoquinimink School District, Delaware: 9,380 students

There is 1 district in the District of Columbia in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) District of Columbia Public Schools, D.C.: 44,179 students

Florida
Main article: List of school districts in Florida

There are 38 districts in Florida in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Miami-Dade County Public Schools, Florida: 354,262 students
2.) Broward County Public Schools, Florida: 260,226 students
3.) Hillsborough County Public Schools, Florida: 200,466 students
4.) Orange County Public Schools, Florida: 183,066 students
5.) Palm Beach County School District, Florida: 179,514 students
6.) Duval County Public Schools, Florida: 125,686 students
7.) Pinellas County Schools, Florida: 103,590 students
8.) Polk County Public Schools, Florida: 96,937 students
9.) Lee County School District, Florida: 85,765 students
10.) Brevard Public Schools, Florida: 71,228 students
11.) Pasco County Schools, Florida: 67,153 students
12.) Seminole County Public Schools, Florida: 64,463 students
13.) Volusia County Schools, Florida: 61,064 students
14.) Osceola County School District, Florida: 56,411 students
15.) Manatee County School District, Florida: 46,165 students
16.) Collier County Public Schools, Florida: 43,789 students
17.) Marion County Public Schools, Florida: 41,990 students
18.) Lake County Schools, Florida: 41,495 students
19.) Sarasota County Schools, Florida: 41,096 students
20.) Escambia County School District, Florida: 40,670 students
21.) St. Lucie County School District, Florida: 39,641 students
22.) Clay County Schools, Florida: 35,244 students
23.) Leon County Schools, Florida: 33,432 students
24.) St. Johns County School District, Florida: 32,447 students
25.) Okaloosa County School District, Florida: 29,786 students
26.) Alachua County Public Schools, Florida: 27,826 students
27.) Bay District Schools, Florida: 26,634 students
28.) Santa Rosa County School District, Florida: 25,878 students
29.) Hernando County School Board, Florida: 22,218 students
30.) Martin County School District, Florida: 18,687 students
31.) Indian River County School District, Florida: 18,011 students
32.) Charlotte County Public Schools, Florida: 16,355 students
33.) Citrus County Schools, Florida: 15,307 students
34.) Flagler County Public Schools, Florida: 12,920 students
35.) Highlands County School Board, Florida: 12,071 students
36.) Nassau County School District, Florida: 11,076 students
37.) Putnam County School District, Florida: 11,075 students
38.) Columbia County Schools, Florida: 9,797 students

Georgia
Main article: List of school districts in Georgia

There are 41 districts in Georgia in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Gwinnett County Public Schools, Georgia: 164,976 students
2.) Cobb County School District, Georgia: 108,452 students
3.) DeKalb County School District, Georgia: 98,910 students
4.) Fulton County Schools, Georgia: 93,907 students
5.) Clayton County Public Schools, Georgia: 51,757 students
6.) Atlanta Public Schools, Georgia: 49,558 students
7.) Henry County Schools, Georgia: 40,180 students
8.) Cherokee County School District, Georgia: 39,270 students
9.) Forsyth County Schools, Georgia: 38,850 students
10.) Savannah-Chatham County Public School System, Georgia: 36,610 students
11.) Muscogee County School District, Georgia: 32,172 students
12.) Richmond County School System, Georgia: 32,052 students
13.) Paulding County School District, Georgia: 28,408 students
14.) Houston County Board of Education, Georgia: 27,610 students
15.) Hall County Schools, Georgia: 26,675 students
16.) Douglas County School System, Georgia: 25,175 students
17.) Bibb County School District, Georgia: 24,508 students
18.) Columbia County School System, Georgia: 24,431 students
19.) Coweta County School System, Georgia: 22,691 students
20.) Fayette County Board of Education, Georgia: 20,301 students
21.) Newton County Schools, Georgia: 19,181 students
22.) Rockdale County Public Schools, Georgia: 15,871 students
23.) Dougherty County School System, Georgia: 15,816 students
24.) Carroll County Schools, Georgia: 14,370 students
25.) Bartow County School System, Georgia: 14,203 students
26.) Walton County School District, Georgia: 13,388 students
27.) Whitfield County Schools, Georgia: 13,301 students
28.) Barrow County School System, Georgia: 13,031 students
29.) Glynn County School System, Georgia: 12,776 students
30.) Troup County School System, Georgia: 12,709 students
31.) Clarke County School District, Georgia: 12,682 students
32.) Odyssey Charter School, Georgia: 12,192 students
33.) Effingham County Schools, Georgia: 11,523 students
34.) Catoosa County Public Schools, Georgia: 10,936 students
35.) Griffin-Spalding County School System, Georgia: 10,582 students
36.) Lowndes County Schools, Georgia: 10,523 students
37.) Floyd County Schools, Georgia: 10,369 students
38.) Liberty County School System, Georgia: 10,190 students
39.) Bulloch County Schools, Georgia: 9,891 students
40.) Colquitt County Schools, Georgia: 9,549 students
41.) Camden County Schools, Georgia: 9,259 students

Hawaii
Main article: List of school districts in Hawaii

There is 1 district in Hawaii in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Hawaii State Department of Education: 184,760 students

Idaho
Main article: List of school districts in Idaho

There are 7 districts in Idaho in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Joint School District, Idaho: 36,838 students
2.) Boise School District, Idaho: 25,750 students
3.) Nampa School District, Idaho: 16,073 students
4.) Pocatello-Chubbuck School District No. 25, Idaho: 12,799 students
5.) Coeur d'Alene Public Schools, Idaho: 10,878 students
6.) Bonneville Joint School District No. 93, Idaho: 10,758 students
7.) Idaho Falls School District 91, Idaho: 10,293 students

Illinois
Main article: List of school districts in Illinois

There are 25 districts in Illinois in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Chicago Public Schools, Illinois: 395,948 students
2.) School District U-46, Illinois: 40,340 students
3.) Indian Prairie School District 204, Illinois: 28,996 students
4.) Rockford Public Schools, Illinois: 28,777 students
5.) Plainfield Community Consolidated School District 202, Illinois: 28,726 students
6.) Community Unit School District 300, Illinois: 20,775 students
7.) Valley View School District 365U, Illinois: 17,819 students
8.) Oswego Community Unit School District 308, Illinois: 17,595 students
9.) Naperville Community Unit School District 203, Illinois: 17,544 students
10.) Waukegan Public School District 60, Illinois: 16,812 students
11.) Springfield School District 186, Illinois: 15,044 students
12.) East Aurora School District 131, Illinois: 14,765 students
13.) School District 54, Illinois: 14,085 students
14.) Peoria Public Schools District 150, Illinois: 13,976 students
15.) McLean County Unit District No 5, Illinois: 13,660 students
16.) St. Charles Community Unit School District 303, Illinois: 13,464 students
17.) Cicero Public School District 99, Illinois: 13,304 students
18.) Community Unit School District 200, Illinois: 13,244 students
19.) Community Consolidated School District 15, Illinois: 12,925 students
20.) West Aurora Public School District 129, Illinois: 12,626 students
21.) Township High School District 211, Illinois: 12,362 students
22.) Township High School District 214, Illinois: 12,129 students
23.) Joliet Public Schools District 86, Illinois: 11,619 students
24.) Champaign Community Unit School District 4, Illinois: 9,656 students
25.) Consolidated School District 158, Illinois: 9,305 students

Indiana
Main article: List of school districts in Indiana

There are 25 districts in Indiana in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Fort Wayne Community Schools, Indiana: 30,407 students
2.) Indianapolis Public Schools, Indiana: 29,806 students
3.) Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation, Indiana: 23,020 students
4.) Hamilton Southeastern Schools, Indiana: 20,209 students
5.) South Bend Community School Corporation, Indiana: 19,476 students
6.) Metropolitan School District of Wayne Township, Indiana: 15,742 students
7.) Carmel Clay Schools, Indiana: 15,724 students
8.) Vigo County School Corporation, Indiana: 15,404 students
9.) Metropolitan School District of Lawrence Township, Indiana: 15,118 students
10.) Metropolitan School District of Perry Township, Indiana: 14,473 students
11.) School City of Hammond, Indiana: 13,670 students
12.) Elkhart Community Schools, Indiana: 13,108 students
13.) Tippecanoe School Corporation, Indiana: 12,193 students
14.) Metropolitan School District of Warren Township, Indiana: 11,897 students
15.) Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation, Indiana: 11,416 students
16.) New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated School Corporation, Indiana: 11,293 students
17.) Metropolitan School District of Washington Township, Indiana: 11,050 students
18.) Metropolitan School District of Pike Township, Indiana: 11,006 students
19.) Monroe County Community School Corporation, Indiana: 10,810 students
20.) Greater Clark County Schools, Indiana: 10,529 students
21.) Penn-Harris-Madison Schools, Indiana: 10,420 students
22.) Lake Central School Corporation, Indiana: 10,009 students
23.) Warrick County School Corporation, Indiana: 9,965 students
24.) Noblesville Schools, Indiana: 9,601 students
25.) East Allen County Schools, Indiana: 9,294 students

Iowa
Main article: List of school districts in Iowa

There are 10 districts in Iowa in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Des Moines Public Schools, Iowa: 34,092 students
2.) Cedar Rapids Community School District, Iowa: 17,120 students
3.) Davenport Community Schools, Iowa: 16,766 students
4.) Sioux City Community Schools, Iowa: 14,551 students
5.) Iowa City Community School District, Iowa: 13,019 students
6.) Waterloo Community Schools, Iowa: 11,282 students
7.) Dubuque Community Schools, Iowa: 11,275 students
8.) Ankeny Community School District, Iowa: 9,643 students
9.) Council Bluffs Community School District, Iowa: 9,438 students
10.) West Des Moines Community Schools, Iowa: 9,376 students

Kansas
Main article: List of school districts in Kansas

There are 7 districts in Kansas in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Wichita Public Schools, Kansas: 50,339 students
2.) Olathe Public Schools USD 233, Kansas: 28,745 students
3.) Shawnee Mission School District, Kansas: 27,435 students
4.) Blue Valley Unified School District 229, Kansas: 22,162 students
5.) Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, Kansas: 20,914 students
6.) Topeka Public Schools, Kansas: 14,019 students
7.) Lawrence Public Schools, Kansas: 11,828 students

Kentucky
Main article: List of school districts in Kentucky

There are 13 districts in Kentucky in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Jefferson County Public Schools, Kentucky: 100,316 students
2.) Fayette County Public Schools, Kentucky: 39,250 students
3.) Boone County Schools, Kentucky: 19,827 students
4.) Kenton County School District, Kentucky: 14,676 students
5.) Hardin County Schools, Kentucky: 14,531 students
6.) Warren County Public Schools, Kentucky: 14,382 students
7.) Bullitt County Public Schools, Kentucky: 13,082 students
8.) Oldham County Schools, Kentucky: 12,066 students
9.) Daviess County Public Schools, Kentucky: 11,381 students
10.) Madison County Schools, Kentucky: 11,356 students
11.) Pike County Schools, Kentucky: 9,612 students
12.) Laurel County Schools, Kentucky: 9,480 students
13.) Christian County Public Schools, Kentucky: 9,403 students

Louisiana
Main article: List of school districts in Louisiana

There are 22 districts in Louisiana in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Jefferson Parish Public School System, Louisiana: 46,100 students
2.) East Baton Rouge Parish School System, Louisiana: 42,982 students
3.) Caddo Parish Public Schools, Louisiana: 41,323 students
4.) St. Tammany Parish Public Schools, Louisiana: 37,513 students
5.) Calcasieu Parish Public Schools, Louisiana: 32,265 students
6.) Lafayette Parish School System, Louisiana: 30,723 students
7.) Livingston Parish Public Schools, Louisiana: 25,294 students
8.) Rapides Parish School System, Louisiana: 24,065 students
9.) Bossier Parish Schools, Louisiana: 21,459 students
10.) Ascension Parish Schools, Louisiana: 21,003 students
11.) Ouachita Parish School System, Louisiana: 20,043 students
12.) Tangipahoa Parish School System, Louisiana: 19,834 students
13.) Terrebonne Parish School District, Louisiana: 18,642 students
14.) St. Landry Parish School Board, Louisiana: 14,854 students
15.) Lafourche Parish School District, Louisiana: 14,631 students
16.) Iberia Parish School System, Louisiana: 13,874 students
17.) Orleans Parish School Board, Louisiana: 13,707 students
18.) Acadia Parish Schools, Louisiana: 9,908 students
19.) Vernon Parish School District, Louisiana: 9,829 students
20.) St. Charles Parish Public Schools, Louisiana: 9,715 students
21.) Vermilion Parish Schools, Louisiana: 9,468 students
22.) St. Mary Parish Schools, Louisiana: 9,413 students

Massachusetts
Main article: List of school districts in Massachusetts

There are 11 districts in Massachusetts in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Boston Public Schools, Massachusetts: 55,114 students
2.) Springfield Public Schools, Massachusetts: 25,283 students
3.) Worcester Public Schools, Massachusetts: 24,740 students
4.) Brockton Public Schools, Massachusetts: 16,595 students
5.) Lynn Public Schools, Massachusetts: 14,139 students
6.) Lowell Public Schools, Massachusetts: 13,879 students
7.) Lawrence Public Schools, Massachusetts: 13,145 students
8.) New Bedford Public Schools, Massachusetts: 12,616 students
9.) Newton Public Schools, Massachusetts: 12,335 students
10.) Fall River Public Schools, Massachusetts: 10,138 students
11.) Quincy Public Schools, Massachusetts: 9,266 students

Michigan
Main article: List of school districts in Michigan

There are 22 districts in Michigan in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Detroit Public Schools, Michigan: 49,239 students
2.) Utica Community Schools, Michigan: 28,415 students
3.) Dearborn Public Schools, Michigan: 18,915 students
4.) Plymouth-Canton Community Schools, Michigan: 17,997 students
5.) Grand Rapids Public Schools, Michigan: 17,038 students
6.) Ann Arbor Public Schools, Michigan: 16,654 students
7.) Chippewa Valley Schools, Michigan: 16,422 students
8.) Warren Consolidated Schools, Michigan: 15,193 students
9.) Walled Lake Consolidated Schools, Michigan: 15,177 students
10.) Livonia Public Schools, Michigan: 15,176 students
11.) Rochester Community School District, Michigan: 15,007 students
12.) Kalamazoo Public School District, Michigan: 12,455 students
13.) Troy School District, Michigan: 12,320 students
14.) Lansing School District, Michigan: 12,249 students
15.) Wayne-Westland Community School District, Michigan: 12,030 students
16.) L'Anse Creuse Public Schools, Michigan: 11,518 students
17.) Farmington Public School District, Michigan: 11,104 students
18.) Waterford School District, Michigan: 10,704 students
19.) Forest Hills Public Schools, Michigan: 10,101 students
20.) Huron Valley Schools, Michigan: 9,899 students
21.) Traverse City Area Public Schools, Michigan: 9,786 students
22.) Port Huron Area School District, Michigan: 9,508 students

Mississippi
Main article: List of school districts in Mississippi

There are 7 districts in Mississippi in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) DeSoto County School District, Mississippi: 32,759 students
2.) Jackson Public School District, Mississippi: 29,738 students
3.) Rankin County School District, Mississippi: 19,448 students
4.) Harrison County School District, Mississippi: 14,037 students
5.) Madison County School District, Mississippi: 12,507 students
6.) Jackson County School District, Mississippi: 9,518 students
7.) Lamar County School District, Mississippi: 9,404 students

Missouri
Main article: List of school districts in Missouri

There are 20 districts in Missouri in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) St. Louis Public Schools, Missouri: 32,364 students
2.) Springfield Public Schools, Missouri: 25,545 students
3.) Rockwood School District, Missouri: 20,450 students
4.) Francis Howell School District, Missouri: 19,835 students
5.) North Kansas City Schools, Missouri: 19,443 students
6.) Fort Zumwalt R-II School District, Missouri: 18,871 students
7.) Hazelwood School District, Missouri: 18,325 students
8.) Lee's Summit R-7 Schools, Missouri: 17,783 students
9.) Columbia Public Schools, Missouri: 17,719 students
10.) Kansas City Public Schools, Missouri: 16,832 students
11.) Parkway Schools, Missouri: 16,192 students
12.) Independence School District, Missouri: 14,755 students
13.) Blue Springs School District, Missouri: 14,203 students
14.) Wentzville R-IV School District, Missouri: 13,971 students
15.) St. Joseph School District, Missouri: 11,779 students
16.) Fox C-6 School District, Missouri: 11,759 students
17.) Ferguson-Florissant School District, Missouri: 11,723 students
18.) Liberty Public Schools, Missouri: 11,549 students
19.) Park Hill School District, Missouri: 10,579 students
20.) Mehlville School District, Missouri: 10,537 students

Montana
Main article: List of school districts in Montana

There is 1 district in Montana in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Billings Public Schools, Montana: 11,145 students

Nebraska
Main article: List of school districts in Nebraska

There are 5 districts in Nebraska in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Omaha Public Schools, Nebraska: 50,559 students
2.) Lincoln Public Schools, Nebraska: 36,943 students
3.) Millard Public Schools, Nebraska: 23,395 students
4.) Papillion-La Vista Public Schools, Nebraska: 10,737 students
5.) Bellevue Public Schools, Nebraska: 10,066 students

Nevada
Main article: List of school districts in Nevada

There are 4 districts in Nevada in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Clark County School District, Nevada: 316,778 students
2.) Washoe County School District, Nevada: 64,995 students
3.) State Sponsored Charter Schools, Nevada: 13,931 students
4.) Elko County School District, Nevada: 9,843 students

New Hampshire
Main article: List of school districts in New Hampshire

There are 2 districts in New Hampshire in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Manchester School District, New Hampshire: 14,452 students
2.) Nashua School District, New Hampshire: 11,791 students

New Jersey
Main article: List of school districts in New Jersey

There are 23 districts in New Jersey in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Newark Public Schools, New Jersey: 35,588 students
2.) Jersey City Public Schools, New Jersey: 27,028 students
3.) Paterson Public Schools, New Jersey: 24,571 students
4.) Elizabeth Public Schools, New Jersey: 23,988 students
5.) Toms River Regional Schools, New Jersey: 16,760 students
6.) Edison Township Public Schools, New Jersey: 14,317 students
7.) Passaic Public Schools, New Jersey: 13,602 students
8.) Woodbridge Township School District, New Jersey: 13,280 students
9.) Camden City Public Schools, New Jersey: 12,608 students
10.) Hamilton Township School District, New Jersey: 12,241 students
11.) Trenton Public Schools, New Jersey: 12,139 students
12.) Freehold Regional High School District, New Jersey: 11,589 students
13.) Cherry Hill Public Schools, New Jersey: 11,516 students
14.) Union City Public Schools, New Jersey: 11,107 students
15.) Clifton Public Schools, New Jersey: 10,949 students
16.) Perth Amboy Public Schools, New Jersey: 10,278 students
17.) Middletown Township School District, New Jersey: 9,885 students
18.) Vineland Public Schools, New Jersey: 9,771 students
19.) West Windsor-Plainsboro Regional School District, New Jersey: 9,770 students
20.) Brick Township Public Schools, New Jersey: 9,702 students
21.) East Orange School District, New Jersey: 9,660 students
22.) Bayonne Board of Education, New Jersey: 9,487 students
23.) Jackson School District, New Jersey: 9,224 students

New Mexico
Main article: List of school districts in New Mexico

There are 8 districts in New Mexico in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Albuquerque Public Schools, New Mexico: 94,083 students
2.) Las Cruces Public Schools, New Mexico: 25,384 students
3.) Rio Rancho Public Schools, New Mexico: 16,884 students
4.) Santa Fe Public Schools, New Mexico: 14,304 students
5.) Gadsden Independent Schools, New Mexico: 13,957 students
6.) Gallup-McKinley County Schools, New Mexico: 12,033 students
7.) Farmington Municipal Schools, New Mexico: 11,222 students
8.) Roswell Independent Schools, New Mexico: 10,261 students

North Carolina
Main article: List of school districts in North Carolina

There are 39 districts in North Carolina in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Wake County Public School System, North Carolina: 150,956 students
2.) Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, North Carolina: 144,478 students
3.) Guilford County Schools, North Carolina: 74,161 students
4.) Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools, North Carolina: 53,881 students
5.) Cumberland County Schools, North Carolina: 52,925 students
6.) Union County Public Schools, North Carolina: 40,659 students
7.) Johnston County Schools, North Carolina: 33,711 students
8.) Durham Public Schools, North Carolina: 33,079 students
9.) Gaston County Schools, North Carolina: 31,804 students
10.) Cabarrus County Schools, North Carolina: 30,418 students
11.) New Hanover County Schools, North Carolina: 25,836 students
12.) Buncombe County Schools, North Carolina: 25,824 students
13.) Onslow County Schools, North Carolina: 25,533 students
14.) Robeson County Schools, North Carolina: 24,651 students
15.) Pitt County Schools, North Carolina: 23,791 students
16.) Alamance-Burlington Schools, North Carolina: 22,872 students
17.) Iredell-Statesville Schools, North Carolina: 21,400 students
18.) Harnett County Schools, North Carolina: 20,569 students
19.) Davidson County Schools, North Carolina: 20,259 students
20.) Rowan-Salisbury Schools, North Carolina: 20,165 students
21.) Wayne County Public Schools, North Carolina: 19,761 students
22.) Randolph County Schools, North Carolina: 18,628 students
23.) Catawba County Schools, North Carolina: 17,256 students
24.) Nash-Rocky Mount Schools, North Carolina: 16,770 students
25.) Cleveland County Schools, North Carolina: 15,951 students
26.) Craven County Schools, North Carolina: 15,028 students
27.) Rockingham County Schools, North Carolina: 13,604 students
28.) Henderson County Schools, North Carolina: 13,564 students
29.) Burke County Schools, North Carolina: 13,343 students
30.) Moore County Schools, North Carolina: 12,912 students
31.) Wilson County Schools, North Carolina: 12,548 students
32.) Brunswick County Schools, North Carolina: 12,436 students
33.) Caldwell County Schools, North Carolina: 12,386 students
34.) Chapel Hill-Carrboro Schools, North Carolina: 12,329 students
35.) Lincoln County Schools, North Carolina: 11,860 students
36.) Wilkes County Schools, North Carolina: 10,384 students
37.) Lee County Schools, North Carolina: 9,994 students
38.) Duplin County Schools, North Carolina: 9,514 students
39.) Lenoir County Public Schools, North Carolina: 9,343 students

North Dakota
Main article: List of school districts in North Dakota

There are 2 districts in North Dakota in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Bismarck Public Schools, North Dakota: 11,806 students
2.) Fargo Public Schools, North Dakota: 11,007 students

Ohio
Main article: List of school districts in Ohio

There are 22 districts in Ohio in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Columbus City Schools, Ohio: 50,384 students
2.) Cleveland Metropolitan School District, Ohio: 39,813 students
3.) Cincinnati Public Schools, Ohio: 31,615 students
4.) Akron Public Schools, Ohio: 22,394 students
5.) Toledo Public Schools, Ohio: 22,107 students
6.) South-Western City Schools, Ohio: 20,906 students
7.) Olentangy Local School District, Ohio: 17,383 students
8.) Lakota Local Schools, Ohio: 16,526 students
9.) Hilliard City Schools, Ohio: 15,435 students
10.) Westerville City School District, Ohio: 14,629 students
11.) Dublin City Schools, Ohio: 14,627 students
12.) Dayton Public Schools, Ohio: 14,357 students
13.) Ohio Virtual Academy, Ohio: 12,944 students
14.) Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow, Ohio: 12,202 students
15.) Parma City School District, Ohio: 11,315 students
16.) Mason City School District, Ohio: 10,836 students
17.) Pickerington Local School District, Ohio: 10,061 students
18.) Hamilton City School District, Ohio: 9,868 students
19.) Fairfield City School District, Ohio: 9,703 students
20.) Canton City Schools, Ohio: 9,612 students
21.) Worthington Schools, Ohio: 9,423 students
22.) Northwest Local School District, Ohio: 9,197 students

Oklahoma
Main article: List of school districts in Oklahoma

There are 13 districts in Oklahoma in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Oklahoma City Public Schools, Oklahoma: 44,720 students
2.) Tulsa Public Schools, Oklahoma: 41,076 students
3.) Moore Public Schools, Oklahoma: 23,173 students
4.) Edmond Public Schools, Oklahoma: 22,489 students
5.) Putnam City Schools, Oklahoma: 19,257 students
6.) Broken Arrow Public Schools, Oklahoma: 17,207 students
7.) Lawton Public Schools, Oklahoma: 15,684 students
8.) Union Public Schools, Oklahoma: 15,298 students
9.) Norman Public Schools, Oklahoma: 15,129 students
10.) Midwest City-Del City Schools, Oklahoma: 14,680 students
11.) Jenks Public Schools, Oklahoma: 10,906 students
12.) Mustang Public Schools, Oklahoma: 9,584 students
13.) Owasso Public Schools, Oklahoma: 9,321 students

Oregon
Main article: List of school districts in Oregon

There are 14 districts in Oregon in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Portland Public Schools, Oregon: 46,748 students
2.) Salem-Keizer Public Schools, Oregon: 40,360 students
3.) Beaverton School District, Oregon: 39,691 students
4.) ODE Head Start, Oregon: 21,762 students
5.) Hillsboro School District, Oregon: 21,158 students
6.) North Clackamas School District, Oregon: 17,048 students
7.) Eugene School District, Oregon: 17,029 students
8.) Bend-La Pine Schools, Oregon: 16,586 students
9.) Medford School District, Oregon: 13,394 students
10.) Tigard-Tualatin School District, Oregon: 12,661 students
11.) Gresham-Barlow School District, Oregon: 12,185 students
12.) Reynolds School District, Oregon: 11,415 students
13.) Springfield School District, Oregon: 11,066 students
14.) David Douglas School District, Oregon: 10,818 students

Rhode Island
Main article: List of school districts in Rhode Island

There are 3 districts in Rhode Island in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Providence Public Schools, Rhode Island: 23,872 students
2.) Cranston Public Schools, Rhode Island: 10,664 students
3.) Warwick Public Schools, Rhode Island: 9,675 students

South Carolina
Main article: List of school districts in South Carolina

There are 26 districts in South Carolina in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Greenville County School District, South Carolina: 73,649 students
2.) Charleston County School District, South Carolina: 44,599 students
3.) Horry County Schools, South Carolina: 39,998 students
4.) Berkeley County School District, South Carolina: 30,942 students
5.) Richland School District Two, South Carolina: 26,564 students
6.) Aiken County Public School District, South Carolina: 24,686 students
7.) Richland County School District One, South Carolina: 24,138 students
8.) Dorchester School District Two, South Carolina: 23,741 students
9.) Lexington School District One, South Carolina: 23,556 students
10.) Beaufort County School District, South Carolina: 20,443 students
11.) Rock Hill Schools - York County District 3, South Carolina: 17,524 students
12.) Sumter School District, South Carolina: 16,796 students
13.) School District of Pickens County, South Carolina: 16,735 students
14.) District 5 of Lexington and Richland Counties, South Carolina: 16,435 students
15.) Florence Public School District One, South Carolina: 16,146 students
16.) Anderson School District Five, South Carolina: 12,716 students
17.) Lancaster County School District, South Carolina: 11,804 students
18.) South Carolina Public Charter School District, South Carolina: 11,500 students
19.) Fort Mill Schools, South Carolina: 11,069 students
20.) Spartanburg County School District 6, South Carolina: 11,023 students
21.) School District of Oconee County, South Carolina: 10,558 students
22.) Kershaw County School District, South Carolina: 10,401 students
23.) Darlington County School District, South Carolina: 10,269 students
24.) Spartanburg School District 2, South Carolina: 10,074 students
25.) Georgetown County School District, South Carolina: 9,725 students
26.) Anderson School District One, South Carolina: 9,402 students

South Dakota
Main article: List of school districts in South Dakota

There are 2 districts in South Dakota in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Sioux Falls School District, South Dakota: 23,227 students
2.) Rapid City Area School District, South Dakota: 14,000 students

Tennessee
Main article: List of school districts in Tennessee

There are 19 districts in Tennessee in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Shelby County School District, Tennessee: 154,146 students
2.) Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools, Tennessee: 81,134 students
3.) Knox County Schools, Tennessee: 58,929 students
4.) Hamilton County School District, Tennessee: 43,707 students
5.) Rutherford County Schools, Tennessee: 40,400 students
6.) Williamson County Schools, Tennessee: 33,312 students
7.) Clarksville-Montgomery County School System, Tennessee: 30,622 students
8.) Sumner County Schools, Tennessee: 28,448 students
9.) Wilson County Schools, Tennessee: 16,312 students
10.) Sevier County Schools, Tennessee: 14,651 students
11.) Jackson-Madison County School System, Tennessee: 13,368 students
12.) Maury County Schools, Tennessee: 11,969 students
13.) Tipton County Schools, Tennessee: 11,820 students
14.) Robertson County Schools, Tennessee: 11,517 students
15.) Blount County Schools, Tennessee: 11,406 students
16.) Putnam County Schools, Tennessee: 11,082 students
17.) Sullivan County Schools, Tennessee: 10,975 students
18.) Bradley County Schools, Tennessee: 10,443 students
19.) Hamblen County Schools, Tennessee: 10,265 students

Texas
Main article: List of school districts in Texas

There are 111 districts in Texas in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Houston Independent School District, Texas: 203,354 students
2.) Dallas Independent School District, Texas: 158,932 students
3.) Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District, Texas: 110,013 students
4.) Northside Independent School District, Texas: 100,159 students
5.) Austin Independent School District, Texas: 86,516 students
6.) Fort Worth Independent School District, Texas: 83,503 students
7.) Fort Bend Independent School District, Texas: 69,591 students
8.) North East Independent School District, Texas: 67,901 students
9.) Aldine Independent School District, Texas: 65,684 students
10.) Arlington Independent School District, Texas: 65,001 students
11.) Katy Independent School District, Texas: 64,562 students
12.) El Paso Independent School District, Texas: 63,210 students
13.) Garland Independent School District, Texas: 58,059 students
14.) Plano Independent School District, Texas: 55,185 students
15.) San Antonio Independent School District, Texas: 54,268 students
16.) Conroe Independent School District, Texas: 53,934 students
17.) Pasadena Independent School District, Texas: 53,665 students
18.) Lewisville Independent School District, Texas: 52,528 students
19.) Brownsville Independent School District, Texas: 49,190 students
20.) Klein Independent School District, Texas: 47,045 students
21.) Alief Independent School District, Texas: 45,783 students
22.) Round Rock Independent School District, Texas: 45,749 students
23.) Socorro Independent School District, Texas: 44,259 students
24.) Ysleta Independent School District, Texas: 43,680 students
25.) United Independent School District, Texas: 42,891 students
26.) Frisco Independent School District, Texas: 42,707 students
27.) Killeen Independent School District, Texas: 41,756 students
28.) Clear Creek Independent School District, Texas: 39,635 students
29.) Corpus Christi Independent School District, Texas: 39,213 students
30.) Mesquite Independent School District, Texas: 39,127 students
31.) Richardson Independent School District, Texas: 38,043 students
32.) Humble Independent School District, Texas: 37,095 students
33.) Spring Independent School District, Texas: 36,098 students
34.) Irving Independent School District, Texas: 35,030 students
35.) Spring Branch Independent School District, Texas: 34,857 students
36.) Leander Independent School District, Texas: 34,381 students
37.) Edinburg Consolidated Independent School District, Texas: 33,673 students
38.) Keller Independent School District, Texas: 33,367 students
39.) Amarillo Independent School District, Texas: 33,327 students
40.) Mansfield Independent School District, Texas: 32,879 students
41.) Pharr-San Juan-Alamo Independent School District, Texas: 32,050 students
42.) Ector County Independent School District, Texas: 29,649 students
43.) La Joya Independent School District, Texas: 29,235 students
44.) Lubbock Independent School District, Texas: 29,219 students
45.) Grand Prairie Independent School District, Texas: 26,921 students
46.) Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District, Texas: 26,385 students
47.) Lamar Consolidated Independent School District, Texas: 26,135 students
48.) Denton Independent School District, Texas: 25,775 students
49.) McAllen Independent School District, Texas: 24,931 students
50.) Laredo Independent School District, Texas: 24,823 students
51.) McKinney Independent School District, Texas: 24,443 students
52.) Birdville Independent School District, Texas: 24,190 students
53.) Pflugerville Independent School District, Texas: 23,347 students
54.) Midland Independent School District, Texas: 23,319 students
55.) Judson Independent School District, Texas: 22,606 students
56.) Galena Park Independent School District, Texas: 22,113 students
57.) Goose Creek Consolidated Independent School District, Texas: 21,821 students
58.) Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District, Texas: 21,814 students
59.) Allen Independent School District, Texas: 19,894 students
60.) Beaumont Independent School District, Texas: 19,850 students
61.) Pearland Independent School District, Texas: 19,650 students
62.) Alvin Independent School District, Texas: 18,886 students
63.) Comal Independent School District, Texas: 18,693 students
64.) Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District, Texas: 18,509 students
65.) Tyler Independent School District, Texas: 18,263 students
66.) Weslaco Independent School District, Texas: 17,936 students
67.) Northwest Independent School District, Texas: 17,811 students
68.) Eagle Mountain-Saginaw Independent School District, Texas: 17,728 students
69.) Abilene Independent School District, Texas: 17,152 students
70.) Hays Consolidated Independent School District, Texas: 16,568 students
71.) Bryan Independent School District, Texas: 15,624 students
72.) Mission Consolidated Independent School District, Texas: 15,534 students
73.) Donna Independent School District, Texas: 15,276 students
74.) Waco Independent School District, Texas: 15,221 students
75.) Harlandale Independent School District, Texas: 15,175 students
76.) Eagle Pass Independent School District, Texas: 15,094 students
77.) Crowley Independent School District, Texas: 15,060 students
78.) San Angelo Independent School District, Texas: 14,758 students
79.) Wichita Falls Independent School District, Texas: 14,680 students
80.) Victoria Independent School District, Texas: 14,513 students
81.) Rockwall Independent School District, Texas: 14,486 students
82.) Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City Independent School District, Texas: 13,594 students
83.) Wylie Independent School District, Texas: 13,426 students
84.) Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District, Texas: 13,388 students
85.) Duncanville Independent School District, Texas: 13,271 students
86.) Southwest Independent School District, Texas: 13,024 students
87.) Deer Park Independent School District, Texas: 12,826 students
88.) IDEA Public Schools, Texas: 12,567 students
89.) Brazosport Independent School District, Texas: 12,542 students
90.) Magnolia Independent School District, Texas: 11,990 students
91.) Edgewood Independent School District (Bexar County, Texas): 11,937 students
92.) Tomball Independent School District, Texas: 11,772 students
93.) Clint Independent School District, Texas: 11,762 students
94.) New Caney Independent School District, Texas: 11,551 students
95.) Del Valle Independent School District, Texas: 11,423 students
96.) College Station Independent School District, Texas: 11,178 students
97.) San Benito Consolidated Independent School District, Texas: 11,171 students
98.) Coppell Independent School District, Texas: 10,999 students
99.) Rio Grande City Consolidated Independent School District, Texas: 10,834 students
100.) Burleson Independent School District, Texas: 10,581 students
101.) Texas College Preparatory Academies, Texas: 10,537 students
102.) San Felipe Del Rio Consolidated Independent School District, Texas: 10,431 students
103.) Los Fresnos Consolidated Independent School District, Texas: 10,424 students
104.) Georgetown Independent School District, Texas: 10,370 students
105.) Sharyland Independent School District, Texas: 10,232 students
106.) Belton Independent School District, Texas: 9,932 students
107.) South San Antonio Independent School District, Texas: 9,842 students
108.) Dickinson Independent School District, Texas: 9,746 students
109.) East Central Independent School District, Texas: 9,603 students
110.) Bastrop Independent School District, Texas: 9.302 students
111.) Canyon Independent School District, Texas: 9,224 students

Utah
Main article: List of school districts in Utah

There are 14 districts in Utah in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Alpine School District, Utah: 72,452 students
2.) Davis School District, Utah: 70,192 students
3.) Granite School District, Utah: 69,312 students
4.) Jordan School District, Utah: 52,481 students
5.) Canyons School District, Utah: 33,951 students
6.) Nebo School District, Utah: 31,241 students
7.) Weber School District, Utah: 30,895 students
8.) Washington County School District, Utah: 27,271 students
9.) Salt Lake City School District, Utah: 24,680 students
10.) Cache County School District, Utah: 16,116 students
11.) Provo School District, Utah: 14,553 students
12.) Tooele County School District, Utah: 14,226 students
13.) Ogden School District, Utah: 12,710 students
14.) Box Elder School District, Utah: 11,177 students

Virginia
Main article: List of school districts in Virginia

There are 30 districts in Virginia in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Fairfax County Public Schools, Virginia: 180,616 students
2.) Prince William County Public Schools, Virginia: 83,865 students
3.) Virginia Beach City Public Schools, Virginia: 70,259 students
4.) Loudoun County Public Schools, Virginia: 68,205 students
5.) Chesterfield County Public Schools, Virginia: 58,859 students
6.) Henrico County Public Schools, Virginia: 50,083 students
7.) Chesapeake Public Schools, Virginia: 39,630 students
8.) Norfolk Public Schools, Virginia: 32,862 students
9.) Newport News Public Schools, Virginia: 29,786 students
10.) Stafford County Public Schools, Virginia: 27,463 students
11.) Spotsylvania County Public Schools, Virginia: 23,768 students
12.) Richmond Public Schools, Virginia: 23,649 students
13.) Arlington Public Schools, Virginia: 22,543 students
14.) Hampton City Schools, Virginia: 21,350 students
15.) Hanover County Public Schools, Virginia: 18,370 students
16.) Portsmouth Public Schools, Virginia: 15,256 students
17.) Suffolk Public Schools, Virginia: 14,421 students
18.) Roanoke County Public Schools, Virginia: 14,369 students
19.) Roanoke City Public Schools, Virginia: 13,322 students
20.) Albemarle County Public Schools, Virginia: 13,263 students
21.) Frederick County Public Schools, Virginia: 13,163 students
22.) Alexandria Public Schools, Virginia: 13,105 students
23.) York County School Division, Virginia: 12,421 students
24.) Rockingham County Public Schools, Virginia: 11,787 students
25.) Fauquier County Public Schools, Virginia: 11,065 students
26.) Williamsburg-James City County Public Schools, Virginia: 11,024 students
27.) Augusta County Public Schools, Virginia: 10,755 students
28.) Bedford County Public Schools, Virginia: 10,513 students
29.) Montgomery County Public Schools, Virginia: 9,742 students
30.) Pittsylvania County Public Schools, Virginia: 9,311 students

Washington
Main article: List of school districts in Washington

There are 34 districts in Washington in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Seattle Public Schools, Washington: 50,655 students
2.) Spokane Public Schools, Washington: 29,032 students
3.) Tacoma Public Schools, Washington: 28,957 students
4.) Kent School District, Washington: 27,518 students
5.) Evergreen Public Schools (Clark), Washington: 26,495 students
6.) Lake Washington School District, Washington: 25,522 students
7.) Vancouver School District, Washington: 22,925 students
8.) Federal Way School District, Washington: 22,231 students
9.) Edmonds School District, Washington: 20,741 students
10.) Puyallup School District, Washington: 20,625 students
11.) Northshore School District, Washington: 20,328 students
12.) Bellevue School District, Washington: 19,009 students
13.) Everett School District, Washington: 18,909 students
14.) Issaquah School District, Washington: 18,455 students
15.) Highline School District, Washington: 18,372 students
16.) Bethel School District, Washington: 18,031 students
17.) Kennewick School District, Washington: 16,580 students
18.) Pasco School District, Washington: 16,067 students
19.) Yakima School District, Washington: 15,387 students
20.) Renton School District, Washington: 14,981 students
21.) Mukilteo School District, Washington: 14,906 students
22.) Auburn School District, Washington: 14,774 students
23.) North Thurston Public Schools, Washington: 14,434 students
24.) Battle Ground School District, Washington: 13,212 students
25.) Central Valley School District, Washington: 12,956 students
26.) Clover Park School District, Washington: 12,643 students
27.) Richland School District, Washington: 11,898 students
28.) Marysville School District, Washington: 11,565 students
29.) Central Kitsap School District, Washington: 11,428 students
30.) Bellingham School District, Washington: 11,148 students
31.) Snohomish School District, Washington: 10,027 students
32.) South Kitsap School District, Washington: 9,635 students
33.) Mead School District, Washington: 9,473 students
34.) Olympia School District, Washington: 9,439 students

West Virginia
Main article: List of school districts in West Virginia

There are 9 districts in West Virginia in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Kanawha County Schools, West Virginia: 28,548 students
2.) Berkeley County Schools, West Virginia: 18,171 students
3.) Wood County Schools, West Virginia: 13,341 students
4.) Cabell County Schools, West Virginia: 12,979 students
5.) Raleigh County Schools, West Virginia: 12,580 students
6.) Monongalia County Schools, West Virginia: 11,029 students
7.) Harrison County Schools, West Virginia: 10,935 students
8.) Putnam County Schools, West Virginia: 9,788 students
9.) Mercer County Schools, West Virginia: 9,673 students

Wisconsin
Main article: List of school districts in Wisconsin

There are 12 districts in Wisconsin in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Milwaukee Public Schools, Wisconsin: 78,363 students
2.) Madison Metropolitan School District, Wisconsin: 27,112 students
3.) Kenosha Unified School District, Wisconsin: 22,570 students
4.) Green Bay Area Public School District, Wisconsin: 20,685 students
5.) Racine Unified School District, Wisconsin: 20,577 students
6.) Appleton Area School District, Wisconsin: 15,231 students
7.) Waukesha School District, Wisconsin: 13,867 students
8.) Eau Claire Area School District, Wisconsin: 11,130 students
9.) Sheboygan Area School District, Wisconsin: 10,374 students
10.) Janesville School District, Wisconsin: 10,327 students
11.) Oshkosh Area School District, Wisconsin: 10,008 students
12.) West Allis-West Milwaukee School District, Wisconsin: 9,390 students

Wyoming
Main article: List of school districts in Wyoming

There are 2 districts in Wyoming in the top 1,000 according to enrollment:

1.) Laramie County School District 1, Wyoming: 13,387 students
2.) Natrona County Schools, Wyoming: 13,079 students


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