According to USA Counties information for 1998, 74.9 percent of Weld County residents age 25 and older have graduated high school. Its just the beginning of the solid numbers supporting the Greeley/Evans School District #6 commitment to top educational focus in Evans, Colorado.
Currently, the district supports 15,355 students in 14 elementary schools, seven middle schools and five high schools. The district also offers two charter schools - one at the University of Northern Colorado that spans kindergarten through 12th grade, and the Union Colony Charter School for grades 8 through 12. Non-public schools, learning centers, night schools, and programs for specific handicaps make sure no child is left behind.
The diversity mix in this school district shows 56 percent white, 40 percent Hispanic, with a representation of African American, Asian and American Indian. There is a slightly higher enrollment number of males. Drop-out rates represent a low 4.7 percent.
Student-to-teacher ratios average 18 to 1, and the district spends $6,392 per student annually, with more than half of that going directly toward instruction.
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