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Re-Imagining the future of Albany High School
Demographic and enrollment study envisions future facilities needs

The Board of Education commisioned a demographic and enrollment study in 2015, with a final report presented in December.

 

Although the city's population of school-age children is expected to remain steady, the study also considered district enrollment trends with variables such as a significant increase in Albany High School's graduation rate and the continued closure of underperforming charter schools. Five charter schools have closed in recent years due to poor academic and financial performance. Two charter high schools in Albany serve a combined total of about 500 Albany students; Albany High would have an immediate and significant increase in enrollment if one or both of those schools fail in the future.

 

District and Albany High enrollment were about 9,500 and 2,500, respectively, during the 2015-16 school year. The study determined that those figures could grow beyond 10,000 and 3,000, respectively, over the next 10 years. Click here to download the 2015 Demographic and Enrollment Study.

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