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Total School Enrollment

Table B1    

Total School Enrollment (K-12*)

  1980** 1990
Alorton    890 
Brooklyn    274 
Centreville  3,229  2,097 
Washington Park  2,171  2,229 
East Saint Louis  18,578  11,009 
St. Clair County 67,096  55,902 
Saint Louis  33,840  70,975 
St. Louis, MO-IL MSA  538,669  472,181 
State of Illinois  2,536,481  2,182,958 
* includes all students in public and private primary, elementary, and high schools
** some information is missing due village size at time 
Source: 1980 Census of Population and 1990 Social and Economic Characteristics

 

High School and College Graduation Rates

Table B2      

% of H.S. and College Grads Among Adults*

    1980** 1990
Alorton H.S. Grad or more    60.0 
  College Grad or more    5.7 
Brooklyn H.S. Grad or more    34.4 
  College Grad or more    9.6 
Centreville H.S. Grad or more  47.1  54.4 
  College Grad or more  7.8  9.2 
Washington Park H.S. Grad or more  42.9  52.1 
  College Grad or more  3.6  3.4 
East Saint Louis H.S. Grad or more  46.3  55.7 
  College Grad or more  6.7  7.3 
Average of 5 ECs H.S. Grad or more  45.4  54.1 
  College Grad or more  6.0  6.6 
St. Clair County  H.S. Grad or more  59.1  72.6
  College Grad or more  11.4  15.0 
Saint Louis H.S. Grad or more  48.2  62.8 
  College Grad or more  10.0  15.3 
St. Louis, MO-IL MSA H.S. Grad or more  64.1  76.0 
  College Grad or more  15.7  20.7 
State of Illinois H.S. Grad or more  66.5  76.2 
  College Grad or more  16.2  21.0 
* "adults" are characterized as over the age of 25  
** some information is missing due village size at time   
Source: 1980 Census of Population and 1990 Social and Economic Characteristics

 

 

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