Louisville Magazine

NOV 2016

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74 LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 11.16 P u b l i c s c h o o l O p t i o n s P u b l i c s c h o o l O p t i o n s Louisville metro-area public schools offer a variety of options to fit just about any child's specific interests or needs, including "traditional," "magnet" and "optional" schools and programs. The application period for middle and high school optional programs begins in early November and ends in early January. Applications for elementary school optional programs begin in early February and end in early March. Students new to the district may apply after the deadlines, but placement depends on available openings and schools' specific admissions criteria. To learn more about these options, contact your local public school district. Here are several ways to do that: JCPS website: jefferson.kyschools.org JCPS FACTLINE: (502) 485-3228 JCPS Parent Assistance Centers: (502) 485-6250 or (502) 485-6771. For Bullitt County schools, call (502) 955-6269 or visit bullittschools.org. For Oldham County schools, call (502) 241-3500 or visit oldham.kyschools.us. For Anchorage School, call (502) 245-2121 or visit anchorage-school.org Oldham County Public Elementary Schools Oldham County Public Middle Schools Oldham County Public High Schools School Capacity Enrollment Spending/ Student Student/ Teacher 2015 Achievement Score 2016 Achievement Score Classification % Non- white % Free/Reduced Lunch Suspensions Buckner 500 551 $9,401 17 82.3 86.0 Dist./Prog. 10% 16% 1 Camden Station 577 489 $8,985 17 93.1 89.0 Prof. 13% 22% 1 Centerfield 504 507 $9,539 15 72.4 67.4 Prof./Prog. 12% 31% 3 Crestwood 700 561 $9,169 16 78.1 76.9 Prof. 18% 31% 9 Goshen 700 665 $8,411 17 97.4 92.5 Prof. 17% 7% 4 Harmony 600 608 $8,994 16 91.1 86.2 Prof. 10% 14% 2 Kenwood Station 625 632 $8,267 19 91.6 88.4 Dist. 11% 12% 2 La Grange 610 518 $9,702 14 66.3 59.5 N.I./Prog. 26% 57% 15 Locust Grove 700 730 $7,989 18 85.9 79.5 Dist./Prog. 15% 23% 5 School Capacity Enrollment Spending/ Student Student/ Teacher 2015 Achievement Score 2016 Achievement Score Classification % Non- white % Free/ Reduced Lunch Suspensions East Oldham Middle School 600 624 $9,308 17 85.8 87.6 Prof. 9% 15% 3 North Oldham Middle School 800 819 $7,939 19 93.8 93.3 Dist. 11% 7% 9 Oldham County Middle School 800 781 $8,327 19 72.8 73.4 Prof./Prog. 16% 35% 32 South Oldham Middle School 700 740 $8,098 19 82.8 84.7 Dist. 15% 24% 29 School Capacity Enrollment Spending/ Student Student/ Teacher 2015 Achievement Score 2016 Achievement Score Classification ACT composite % to College % Non- white % Free/ Reduced Lunch Suspen- sions % Dropout North Oldham High School 1250 1,003 $8,597 19 88.2 90.3 Dist./Prog. 22.8 85% 11% 9% 39 0.0% Oldham County High School 1500 1,578 $8,813 18 73.9 79.2 Dist./Prog. 21.6 77% 13% 26% 136 0.2% South Oldham High School 1075 1,268 $8,064 21 87.4 82.6 Dist. 23.1 77% 12% 17% 54 0.3%

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