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Franklin Pierce School District

Overview of Franklin Pierce School District

Franklin Pierce School District contains 15 schools and 7,595 students. The district’s minority enrollment is 70%. Also, 47.8% of students are economically disadvantaged.

Schools in the District

Preschools

5

Elementary Schools

8

Middle Schools

3

High Schools

3

Students at Franklin Pierce School District

The student body at the Franklin Pierce School District schools is 29% White, 10.3% Black, 6.2% Asian or Asian/Pacific Islander, 31.4% Hispanic/Latino, 0.9% American Indian or Alaska Native, and 6.3% Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander. In addition, 15.9% of students are of two or more races, and 0% have not specified their race or ethnicity.

Also, 48% of students are female, and 52% are male. At this School District schools, 47.8% of students are eligible to participate in the federal free and reduced-price meal program, and 10.8% are English language learners.

Teachers at this School District

Within this School District, 100.0% of teachers are licensed, and 86.3% have three or more years of experience. The student-to-teacher ratio is below the average at 17:1. The district has 13 full-time counselors on staff.

Student-teacher ratio

17:1

Test Scores at this School District

In this School District, 50% of elementary students tested at or above the proficient level for reading, and 41% tested at or above that level for math. Also, 55% of middle school students tested at or above the proficient level for reading, and 26% tested at or above that level for math. And 64% of high school students tested at or above the proficient level for reading, and 34% tested at or above that level for math.

High school college readiness

23.8

Finances at Franklin Pierce School District

This School District spends $15,907 per student each year. It has an annual revenue of $139,628,000. The district spends $8,419.3 million on instruction, $5,901.4 million on support services, and $604.2 million on other expenses.

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