Louisville Magazine

NOV 2018

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LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 11.18 81 Public School Option 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 Capac- ity* Enroll- ment Spending/ Student* Student/ Teacher* 2017 ACT composite 2018 ACT composite % to College* % Non- white* % Free/Re- duced Lunch* Suspen- sions* Dropout % North Oldham High School 1250 1,048 $9,164 20 24.1 23.7 89% 11% 9% 42 0.1% Oldham County High School 1500 1,664 $8,762 19 21.3 20.7 80% 14% 26% 85 0.5% South Oldham High School 1075 1,342 $8,935 20 22.3 22.5 87% 13% 17% 51 0.2% School Capacity* Enrollment Spending/ Student* Student/ Teacher* % Proficient/ Distinguished 2017 % Proficient/ Distinguished 2018 % Non- white* % Free/ Reduced Lunch* Suspensions* Reading Math Reading Math East Oldham 600 682 $9,632 18 74% 70% 78% 71% 9% 15% 13 North Oldham 800 846 $8,659 19 79% 76% 81% 73% 12% 7% 17 Oldham County 800 805 $9,045 18 61% 51% 63% t48% 16% 36% 76 South Oldham 700 793 $8,824 18 67% 57% 70% 62% 16% 22% 30 *2016-2017 data; numbers for the current year not available School Capacity* Enrollment Spending/ Student* Student/ Teacher* % Proficient/ Distinguished 2017 % Proficient/ Distinguished 2018 % Non- white* % Free/ Reduced Lunch* Suspensions* Reading Math Reading Math Buckner 500 532 $10,164 17 66% 65% 68% 65% 10% 18% 2 Camden Station 577 507 $9,655 17 62% 63% 64% 61% 14% 23% 2 Centerfield 504 511 $10,278 15 56% 48% 61% 53% 13% 34% 4 Crestwood 700 573 $9,878 16 62% 56% 60% 56% 20% 32% 15 Goshen 700 688 $8,967 18 77% 75% 75% 75% 17% 8% 2 Harmony 600 659 $9,374 17 68% 59% 68% 65% 11% 14% 5 Kenwood Station 625 663 $9,367 18 74% 78% 72% 68% 13% 16% 3 LaGrange 610 463 $10,667 14 43% 41% 47% 43% 30% 60% 17 Locust Grove 700 784 $8,587 17 61% 58% 63% 62% 15% 25% 4

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