These enrollment data are collected as part of NYSED's Student Information Repository System (SIRS). These counts are as of "BEDS Day" which is typically the first Wednesday in October. Available are enrollment counts for public and charter school students by various demographics for the 2016 - 17 school year. For nonpublic school enrollment data please see the Non-Public School Enrollment and Staff information on our Information and Reporting Services webpage.
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HERO HIGH SCHOOL ENROLLMENT (2016 - 17)

K-12 Enrollment: 453

ENROLLMENT BY GENDER

MALE

128

28%

FEMALE

325

72%

ENROLLMENT BY ETHNICITY

AMERICAN INDIAN OR ALASKA NATIVE

7

2%

BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN

174

38%

HISPANIC OR LATINO

259

57%

ASIAN OR NATIVE HAWAIIAN/OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDER

5

1%

WHITE

3

1%

MULTIRACIAL

5

1%

OTHER GROUPS

ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS

48

11%

STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

88

19%

ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED

346

76%

ENROLLMENT BY GRADE

9TH GRADE

115

25%

10TH GRADE

123

27%

11TH GRADE

110

24%

12TH GRADE

102

23%

UNGRADED SECONDARY

3

1%

Enrollment Suppression

When the Total Students count equals the count in the English Language Learner Students, Students with Disabilities, and/or Economically Disadvantaged Students category, the data are suppressed.

When the count of students in either the English Language Learner Students, Students with Disabilities, and/or Economically Disadvantaged Students category is less than 5, the data are suppressed.

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