A few facts about local public elementary schools
The following facts are based on the most recent numbers available at www.pps.net.
SW ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS WITH THE LOWEST CLASS SIZE: Reike and Stephenson elementary with 21 students per class.
WITH THE HIGHEST CLASS SIZE: Capitol Hill School with 27 students per class.
WITH THE BEST ATTENDANCE: Reike Elementary, where 94% of students attend classes consistently.
WITH THE MOST LANGUAGES SPOKEN: Markham Elementary, where 22 languages are spoken.
WITH THE HIGHEST VACCINATION RATE: Capitol Hill School with 95% of students receiving all recommended vaccinations.
WITH THE LOWEST VACCINATION RATE: Hayhurst Elementary with 90%.
WITH THE MOST STUDENTS: Bridlemile Elementary with projected enrollment of 521 for this school year.
WITH THE FEWEST STUDENTS: Stephenson with 362.
THE OLDEST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL: Capitol Hill was built in 1933.
THE BIGGEST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL: Markham Elementary. (But it used to be a middle school.)
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