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,KENJ-UCKY HIGH SCHOOLS

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Superintendent of Public Instruction

1' \ 1952—53

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Published by

Wendell P. Butler

ISSUED MONTHLY

Entered as second-claSS matter March 21, 1933, at the post office at
Frankfort, Kentucky, under the Act of August 24, 1912.

VOL. XXI

APRIL, 1953

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This Number of the Bulletin is prepared annually by the Bureau
of Instruction in the State Department of Education. The purpose
of this publication is to give pertinent information regarding the
public and private high schools of the state.

In Kentucky, both public and private high schools are ac-
credited annually by the State Board of Education. The official
accredited rating of each high school is set forth in this Bulletin.
The official rating given each high school by the State Board of
Education is made on recommendation of the Commission on Secon-

dary Schools of the Kentucky Association of Colleges and Secondary
Schools.

It is hoped that superintendents and principals will study the
material found in this publication.

WENDELL P. BUTLER
Superintendent of Public Instruction

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KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOLS—195253

Schools and. Types of Organizations. There are 594 public and
private high schools in Kentucky. Last year the number was 604.
Of the 594: high schools now operating, 551 are complete organiza-
tions in that they offer work through the twelfth grade. The re-
maining 43 high schools, because they do not offer work through
the twelfth grade, are approved as incomplete feeder schools. Of
the 43 incomplete high schools, 34 are separate junior high schools,
organized as one distinct unit offering work exclusively in grades
seven, eight, and nine. The remaining9 high schools are incomplete
organizations that oiler work only through the tenth 0r eleventh
grades 1 . . . ,.

Of the'551 complete high schools, 327 are operated by county
boards of education while 147 are maintained byboards of education
in independent school districts; The remaining complete organiza-
tions are either private secondary schools or schools that are oper-
ated by the state in connection with institutions that are maintained
entirely by the state. 7

This year, the six-year high schools (grades 7-12) number 248,
last year they numbered 263. This year, the traditional four—year
high schools (grades 9-1.2) number 261, last year they numbered 259.
These figures indicate a. growth in the number of 9—12 organizations
and a decre ease in the number of " —12 organizations. The 1emaining

12 complete high school 01 ganizations lepi esent modifications of the

six- 3 ear and the t1 aditlonal foui— year plans.

The following table presents data regarding the various types
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TABLE I
TYPES OF HIGH SCHOOL ORGANIZATIONS AND NUMBER

OF EACH

Types of Organizations County Independent Private 1 State or Total
Districts Districts Schools Regional

Grades 7—12 ...................... 163 |v 70 " 10 - 5 t 243
Grades 9-12... _.~ 143 f1 63 53 2 ,1 261
Grades 8—12... 19 l 6 6 0 I 31
Grades 10—12 ........... ._1 2 8 1 l 0 I 11
Grades through 11 ........ | 1 0 | 1 0 ' 2
Grades through 10 ........ 7 l 0 0 0 K 7
Grades through 91 ....... ‘ 12 l, 22 0 , o 34
Totals ...................... 1 347 11 169 [ 71 5 7 :1 594

 

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The foregoing table not only shows the number of different types
of high schools that are found in the state, but it also indicates the
number of such schools that operate under different types of control.

TABLE II

RACE, AND CONTROL

HIGH SCHOOL ENROLLMENTS BY GRADES,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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20111 7,25211,5501 13211 01 134= 01 18,735
2041 7,1141 1,4571 127. 0 272. 011 19,073
289111,019 2,140 1301 151. 3,8551 321' 39,362
2411 397911800 1241 129 32311 241 30934
1861‘ 7,268,12931 114‘ 89 2,858= 19! 24,891
1 1831 6,289 1,261. 109, 66 2,4281 81 20,534
7-12 ................ 1 80,7711 1,3041 47,9211 9,5011 7361 435. 12,778. 831 153,529
Percentages 1 52.611 .851 31.221 6.19 .481 .281 8.321 .051 100.00
TABLE III

COMPLETE HIGH SCHOOL ORGANIZATIONS GROUPED
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Belo“1 60 ................ a 5 1 3 1 1 1 5 , 1 1 0 1 15 1 0 1 30
60-99... ...1 28 I 4 1 8 . 14 1 0 1 0 : 18 1 1 1 73
100-199 ........ _ 123 1, 4 1 32 116 3 1 0 ‘16 .1 0 194
200-299 ........ 1 83 1 1 . 27 . 3 , 2 1 0 12 1 0 1128
300-399 ........ . 36 11 0 1 13 1 2 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 = 53
400-499 ........ 14 1 0 1 7 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 23
500 and over ........ 1 23 1 0 1 18 1 3 0 0 6 1 0 1 50
Totals ____________ 312 1 12 1 106 43 1 6 1 70 1 1 551

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ber of years the Division of Supervision has carried three tables in I this
this bulletin showing the, development 01’ high school education in for
Kentucky. This information has proved helpful to students of 01"?
Kentucky education. 00“
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TABLE IV cen
NUMBER OF HIGH SCHOOLS BY YEARS
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““001 Year Hlilgthehoiyles 611161110ch:ng Highmsveahgols Toms

‘ 1915-16 ................ [ 316 ‘1 No report I No report 1‘ 316
% 1916—17 ml: 376 32 i No report i 408 ¥
1 1918-19 ".1 400 30 i No report ! 430 ,. —
1922-23 ..1 529 a 56 g No report E 585 5"

1923—24 492 51 . 86 l 629
1924-25 496 50 ' 84 i 630 T9]
1925-26 ".1 551 57 91 t 699 19]
1926-27 ".1 552 55 1 88 E 695 19]
1927-28 607 64 y 98 1 7-59 19]
1928-29 614 73 ‘ 97 1 784 19]
1930-31 ‘ 661 72 l 73 l 806 ,, 19;
1931-32 676 70 I 86 I 832 19;
1932-33 ..; 678 73 1 82 : 834 19;
1933—34 mi 682 j 74 : 84 838 19;
1934-35 684 75 l 89 848 19;
1935-36 ..1 680 75 1 83 t 833 19;
1936—37 ...[ 663 78 1 77 i 818 19;
1937-38 .3: 652 . 80 i 76 l 808 19;
1938-39 628 80 75 i 783 1 ‘19;
1939-40 ...;’i 605 78 75 , 758 19;
. 1940-41 ..: 592 74 72 I 738 . 19;
1 1941-42 574 71 t 71 716 ) *192
. ; 1942-43 . 555 71 ' 71 I 697 195
, 1943-44 _.| 541 70 I 70 .7 681 195
. 1944-45 ..| 542 66 73 1 681 195
1945-46 “.1; 546 65 l 73 1 674 19;
1946—47 .1 513 1 62 73 ' 648 195
1947-48 507 61 l 75 643 19;
1948-49 ..| 507 59 1 74 640 19;
1949-50 493 1 59 ‘ 71 ; 623 194
1950-51 482 . 59 l 72 T 613 :~ 194
1951-52 ".1 474 i 59 1 71 a 604 194
1952-53 ................ 5 462 5 60 ' 72 ’ 594 194
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Table IV shows that there was a continuous growth in the Hum 3:
her of high schools from 1915 to 1935. 111 1935 there. were 8-18 public 133
and private high schools in the state. This represents the largest .. 194‘
number of high schools that the state has ever had. Now that we ’ 13:
have 594 high schools, public and private, it is clear that there has 19;
been a decrease in the number of high schools of 254 since 1935. This fl
decrease has come about very largely through small high school grad

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organizations being merged into larger school centers. For example,

this year Ballard County has one large central county high school
for White pupils in place of the five small county high schools that

operated in the county last year. Perry County last year had seven
county high schools, this year the county system has four high
schools. The reduction of the number of high schools in the Perry
County school system has been due to the construction of two large
centrally located high school buildings.

TABLE V

ENROLLMENT BY YEARS IN DIFFERENT TYPES
‘ OF HIGH SCHOOLS

 

 

Public Colored

. Public White
5611001 Year High Schools

Private
High Schools ‘ Totals

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15,547 ' No report I‘ No report ' 15,547
18,850 1,054 ‘1 No report , 19,904
20,800 1,225 No report ~ 22,025
22,929 1,209 a No report 6 24,138
21,255 1 1,218 No report , 22,473
25,939 1 1,446 l No report ( 27,385
35,806 , 2,373 5,007 I 43,186
38,575 2,586 : 6,548 1 47,709
37,264 , 2,952 I 5,857 I 46,073
42,416 * 1,929 1 7,168 1 51,513
46,096 ‘ 2,664 . 7,440 , 56,210
50,368 3,516 , 8,835 1 62,719
54,903 4,083 , 8,590 67,576
58,370 I 4,100 5 ........ > 62,470
61,589 1 4,054 l ........ , 65,643
67,268 , 4,677 1 ........ 71,945
*83,092 ; *6,994 1 *7,407 ‘ *97,493
83,930 , 6,961 l 7,445 1 98,336
88,583 7,983 1 7,846 ; 104,412
101,017 6,546 1 8,173 1 115,735
106,799 . 8,711 ; 8,994 124,504
109,587 8,938 1 9,610 1 128,135
117,284 , 9,587 1 9,166 , 136,037
121,204 . 10,342 , 9,999 ' 141,545
123,822 ‘ 10,440 = 10,185 I 144,447
119,398 l 10,173 1 10,339 I 139,910
113,662 ‘ 9,947 10,048 133,657
102,546 ‘ 9,422 i 9,900 | 121,868
102,619 , 9,448 ‘ 10,376 122,443
103,455 1 9,897 10,820 i 124,172
109,511 10,439 , 12,161 1 132,111
107,876 . 10,666 1 12,015 , 130,557
110,324 : 11,384 12,124 I 133,832
116,047 1 10,919 11,898 l 138,864
120,733 x‘ 10,862 , 12,506 144,101
122,443 , 10,864 , 12,245 - 145,552
129,345 . 11,323 1 12,861 1 153,529

 

 

‘Beginning with the school-year'1932-33. the enrollment of the seventh and eighth
grades of six-year high schools and of junior high schools are included.

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Table V presents an interesting picture in total high school en-
rollments in different types of high schools (public white, public
colored, and private) since 1915. High school enrollments increased
rapidly until around 1941, then enrollments began to decrease 011
account of the second \Vorld War. The lowest total high school
enrollment was for the sch001~year 1943-44. Today, the total high
school enrollment is 153,529. This enrollment includes seventh and
eighth grade enrollments in schools that incorporate these grades
in their organizations. There are 115,721 enrolled in grades 9-12.
The total high school enrollment for the current school year is 7,977
more than the total enrollment last year.

Table VI shows the situation as regards the number of accredited
high schools by years since 1910. \Vhen we use the expression
“accredited high school,” we think of an organization that offers a
program of work through the twelfth grade. High schools that do
not give work through the twelfth grade should be looked upon as
incomplete feeder schools for the regularly organized, complete high
schools of the district.

The high schools in Kentucky are officially accredited by the
State Board of Education. This applies to both public and private
schools. The official rating given each high school by the State
Board of Education is made as a result of the recommendations of
the Commission on Secondary Schools of the Kentucky Association
of Colleges, Secondary and Elementary Schools. The members of
this Commission meet with the supervisors in the Bureau of Instruc-
tion and canvass the annual high school reports that are made to
the State Department of Education and also the special written
reports that are made of inspections by the supervisors. The State
Board of Education may accept or reject the recommendations of
the Commission on Secondary Schools of the Kentucky Association
of Colleges, Secondary, and Elementary Schools or may modify
these recommendations. In practice the State Board of Education
usually follows the recommendations of the Commission.

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TABLE VI
HIGH SCHOOLS ACCREDITED THROUGH GRADE TWELVE,
1909-1951

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S°h°°1 Year fi‘r‘é’hlcsflé‘ér? thcsigrgofsd Higlirrsffieools T°tals
1909-10 ................ 31 54 1 No report '1 29 1 83
1910—11 ..... 69 1 No report 32 101
1911-12 ..... 85 No report : 33 118
1912-13 ..I 100 "1 No report : 34 t 134
1913-14 123 .1 No report 38 . 162
1914-15 134 1 No report 1 41 1 175
1915-16 149 |‘ No report 45 194
1916-17 171 J! No report 50 I 221
1917—18 185 |* No report 52 , 237
1918-19 .1 201 1 No report 52 253
1919-20 ..... 220 I No report 55 1 275
1920-21 _____ 225 1 No report 1 57 1 282
1921-22 _____ 1 228 1 No report 1 55 . 283
1922-23 ..... 1 263 7 61 1 331
1923-24 ..... 286 . 8 69 363
1924-25 _____ 311 11 68 : 390
1925-26 ..... 342 l1 14 73 1 429
1926-27 _____ 382 14 80 476
1927-28 _____ 415 13 83 511
1928-29 _____ 457 1‘ 16 z 87 1 560
1929-30 ..... . 491 : 18 89 598
1930-31 . _ 522 t 26 91 639
1931-32 _ 527 34 84 z 645
1932-33 ..... 539 35 83 . 648
1933-34 ..... 535 - 34 82 1 651
1934-35 _____ 529 34 1 84 647
1935-36 ..... 559 51 77 687
1936-37 558 54 78 690
1937-38 ..... 546 r 56 75 - 677
1938-39 543 1 60 78 676
1939-40 ._ 529 59 73 1 661
1940-41 ..... 516 1 61 1 72 649
1941-42 _____ 510 , 56 70 1 636
1942-43 ...... 500 a . 54 70 626
1943-44 ...... 494 55 1 69 1 618
1944-45 ...... 490 1 56 70 . 616
1945-46 ______ 487 55 71 613
1946-47 ______ 463 r 55 1 72 590
1947-48 ...... ._: 464 1 55 1 71 1 590
1948—49 .. 463 s 54 72 589
1949-50 ._ 452 55 1 70 1 577
1950-51 ._ 443 56 70 569
1951-52 .. 436 55 70 561
1952-53 ________________ I 425 55 ,1 71 ,1 551

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County Term Voca- Library Elementary
District High School Enrollment by Grades in tions Appro— School District
School *Rating 7 8 9 10 11 12 Total Tchs. Mos. Taught priation . Term
ADAIR COUNTY
County ...... 202 134 129 52 517 9 $870 8
Breeding B 22 22 24 4 72 150 .
Columbia W A ...... 127 80 89 40 336 3 420 .
Columbia C BE ...... 14 8 6 8 36 1 150 .
Knifley 11 ............ 39 24 10 ...... 73 150 ..
ALLEN COUNTY
Co. H. S. (Scottsville) A 140 94 108 62 82 19 505 9 3 625 8
Scottsville A 41 47 29 36 22 25 200 9 2 300 9
ANDERSON COUNTY
County 21 9 114 104 62 63 373 9 .. 403 9
Anderson (Lawrenceburg) A ............ 87 82 50 51 270 3 300 ..
Western (Sinai) B 21 9 27 22 12 12 103 1 103 ..
BALLARD COUNTY
County ............ 1‘11 158 124 89 562 9 .. 40 9
Ballard Memorial (R. 1, Barlow) A 189 148 124 89 550 3 , ..
LaCenter C 10E ............ 2 10 ...... 12 .. 40
BARREN COUNTY
County 304 243 150 154 116 94 1,061 9 __ 850 9
Austin-Tracy (Lucas) A 79 48 35 33 30 18 2 _. 3 250 ..
Hiseville A 62 47 37 37 31 21 235 ._ 3 300 ..
Park City A 100 74 43 32 28 16 293 i. 3 .
Temple Hill (Glasgow) A 63 74 35 32 27 39 290 .. 3 300 ..
Glasgow 16 18 115 82 65 63 359 9 .. 350 9
White A VVVVVVVVVVVV 86 7'1 47 50 256 .. 2 350 ..
Colored B 16 18 29 9 18 13 103 2 ...... ..
BATH COUNTY
County 111 82 55 55 303 9 .. 438 9
Bethel Rating deferred 14 10 13 9 46 ., 1 63 ..
Owingsville A 62 48 28 26 164 .. 3 250 ..
Salt Lick B 35 24 14 20 93 .. .. 125 ..
Sharpsburg Rating deferred 14 17 14 13 101 9 2 75 9

’ Interpretation of High School Ratings:
A—Accredited through the entire high school course (through grade twelve).
B—Accredited through the entire high school course (through grade twelve).

 

 

 

 

 

11 Gr. -—-Accredited through grade eleven.
10 Gr. —Accredited through grade ten.
9 Gr. —Junior high school—recognized through grade nine.

T—This initial when attached to the designation of any rating indicates that such rating is given in the face of some deficiency

and that the accredited rating of the school should be terminated at the close of this school year.

E—This initial suggests that an emergency is recognized to exist that may justify the operation of the school even with an ob-

served shortage in the number of pupils or of teachers.

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 E—This initial suggests that an emergency is recognized to exist that may justify the operation of the school even With an ob-

served shortage in the number of pupils or of teachers.
UiUnaccredited .

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County Term Voca— Library ' Elementary
District Rating 7 8 9 10 11 12 Total in tions Appro- School District
School High School Enrollment by Grades Tchs. Mos. Taught priation Pupils Tchs. Term
BELL COUNTY
County 50 38 361 248 179 133 1,009 38 9 .. $350 9
Co. H. S. (Pineville) A ............ 278 188 139 105 710 24 .. 3 ...... _.
Henderson Settlement B 34 22 54 42 26 18 196‘ 8 2 200
(Frakes)

Red Bird (Beverly) B 16 16 29 18 14 10 103 6 2 150 ..............
Lone Jack (Four Mile) B ...... 31 24 17 12 84 5 .. l ...... 303 8 9
Middlesboro 37 27 216 181 163 101 725 26 9 V. 1 , 100 2, 214 59 9

White A ............ 204 163 151 97 615 22 .. 2 950 ______

Colored BE 37 27 12 18 12 4 110 4 .. 1 150 ..............
Pineville A ...... 50 32 23 24 129 8 9 2 250 591 17 9

BOONE COUNTY

County 25 88 136 104 77 74 504 17 9 .. 86 9
Burlington B ............ 27 32 22 28 109 4 .. 1 50 ..
H Florence B , _. 64 36 33 16 14 163 5 .. .. ...... ..
H Hebron B ............ 44 26 26 21 117 4 ._ 1 ...... ..
"‘ New Haven (Union) B 25 24 29 13 13 11 115 4 .. .. 36 ..
Walton B 33 38 30 24 19 21 165 61/2 9 1 200 9

BOURBON COUNTY
County 39 42 136 109 96 67 489 271/; 9 ., 630 9

Bourbon Co. Voc. (Paris) A ............ 112 90 77 57 336 18 .. 3 400 _.

North Middletown B 39 42 24 19 19 10 153 91/2 .. 3 230 .1
Paris 141 114 85 104 86 86 616 28 10 750 10

White A 92 83 43 65 48 52 383 20 . 2 450 ..

Colored A 49 31 42 39 38 34 233 8 2 300 .
Millersburg Mil. Inst. (PL) A ...... 18 27 28 25 98 10 9 150

BOYD COUNTY
Co. H. S. (Ashland) A ............ 151 157 74 54 436 16 9 3 500 9
Ashland 538 510 439 482 325 293 2,587 92 9 2,528 9

White Sr. A .................. 472 314 283 1,069 40 . 2 1.250 ..

Colored BE 12 10 14 10 11 10 67 5 ...... A.

Coles Jr 9 223 207 193 ._ ...... 623 21 450 ..

Putnam Jr. 9 303 293 232 .................. 828 26 828 _.
Catlettsburg A ............ 89 52 51 44 236 9 9 1 325 9
Fail-view (Ashland) 9 93 107 56 .................. 256 7 9 ...... 9
Holy Family (Ashland) (PL) A ...... 24 20 13 15 72 5 9 1 150 .............. ..

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

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County Term Voca- Library Elementary
District High School Enrollment by Grades in tions Appro- School District
School Rating 7 8 9 10 11 12 Total Tchs. Mos. Taught priation Pupils Tchs. Term
BOYLE COUNTY
County 96 137 102 102 69 66 572 24 9 .. $700 1,383 40 9
Forkland (Gravel Switch) BE 24 17 11 8 3 5 68 4 .. .. 75 _ ...... ..
Junction City A 41 49 38 48 19 26 221 8 .. 2 150 ..
Parksville B 31 24 21 12 18 10 116 51,42 .. 3 225 ..
Perryville A ______ 47 32 34 29 25 167 61/2 .. 3 250 __
Danville 23 107 131 85 77 73 496 30 9 .. 705 9
White A ...... 79 102 67 55 64 367 20 .. 1 460 ,_
Colored AE 23 28 29 18 22 9 129 10 . 1 245
BRACKEN COUNTY
County 91 85 86 64 48 55 429 22 9 .. 1 , 600 9
Brooksville A 45 39 46 64 48 55 297 16 .. 3 1,100 ..
Germantown 9 20 20 24 ...... ...... 64 3 .. .. 500 _,
Western (Bradford) 9 26 26 16 .................. 68 y. .. ...... ..
Augusta B 28 20 18 18 25 10 119 51/2 .7 1 150 9
St. James (Brooksville) (Pr.) B 6 6 3 7 3 5 30 9 1 ..
BREATHITT COUNTY
Co. H. S. (Jackson) A ............ 235 158 105 89 587 23 9 3 750 9
Jackson B 37 32 23 19 13 16 140 6% 9 1 150 9
Private:
Highland Inst. (Guerrant) B ............ 12 13 7 2 34 4 9 2 50
Magoffin Inst. (Mtn. Valley) B 7 13 14 6 12 1 53 5 9 2 ...... .
Mt. Carmel (Lawson) A ____________ 35 43 31 31 140 6 9 1 250
Oakdale B 12 10 19 11 3 4 59 8 9 3 225
Riverside Inst. (Lost Cr.) B ............ 21 16 4 3 44 4 9 1 ......
BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY
County 53 51 125 111 103 61 504 24 9 .. 315 8
Hardinsburg W A ............ 66 70 70 45 251 12 .. 3 200 _.
Hardinsburg C 10 7 5 13 11 ............ 36 2 .. ._ ...... ,_
Irvington A 46 46 46 30 33 16 217 10 .. 3 115 ._
Cloverport B ............ 31 14 20 18 83 4% 9 l 300 9
BULLITT COUNTY
County ............ 115 92 87 55 349 20 9 ._ 451 9
Mt. Washington A 40 37 28 22 127 8 .. 3 163 ..
Shepherdsville A ............ 75 55 59 33 222 12 .. 3 288 ..
Lebanon Junction B 23 22 20 11 22 9 107 4 9 .. 400 9

   

 

 

 

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County Term Voca- Library Elementary
District High School Enrollment by Grades in tions Appro- School District
School Rating 7 8 9 10 11 12 Total Tchs. Mos. Taught priation Pupils Tchs. Term
BUTLER COUNTY
County 100 91 133 82 94 61 552 161/2 8 ., $400 1,856 75 8
Morgantown A 100 91 104 67 71 42 475 13 .. 3 300 .............. ..
Rochester BT ............ 29 15 23 10 77 31/2 1 100 ..............
CALDWELL COUNTY
County 37 27 99 56 63 34 316 15 9 .. 1,450 951 27 9
*Co. H. S (Princeton) ...... 65 33 43 23 164 7 .. 3 850 .............. ..
*Fredonia 37 27 34 23 20 11 152 8 .. 3 600 .............. ..
Princeton 139 101 101 72 76 69 558 25 9 .. 834 789 24 9
White A 120 96 89 63 67 56 491 21 .. 3 611 .............. ..
Colored BE 19 5 12 9 9 13 67 4 1 223 ..............
CALLOWAY COUNTY
County 132 144 143 158 101 60 738 28 9 .. 8—9
lmo B 20 29 38 36 26 15 164 6 .. 2 ..
Hazel B 33 21 27 31 18 7 137 6 .. 3 ..
Kirksey B 22 38 28 38 17 12 155 5 .. 3 ..
Lynn Grove B 31 35 24 25 12 22 149 6 . 3 ..
New Concord B 26 21 26 28 28 4 133 5 .. 2 ..
Murray 91 78 75 83 73 56 456 20 9 .. 9
White A 91 78 68 70 59 47 413 17 .. 2 ..
Colored BE ............ 7 13 14 43 3 .. 1
Murray Training (St.) A 34 35 36 17 29 23 174 9 9 3
CAMPBELL COUNTY
County—Alexandria A ...... 133 104 78 76 391 18 9 3 450 l , 410 48 9
Bellevue A 57 60 80 67 43 37 344 22 10 2 500 1,028 16 10
Cold Spring (No high school) .......................................... 224 7 9
Dayton A ............ 96 64 57 55 272 16 10 2 350 928 27 10
Ft. Thomas A 99 88 97 87 70 75 516 29 10 2 1,000 793 33 10
Newport A ............ 262 174 136 111 683 34 10 2 850 2,879 112 10
Silver Grove B 24 30 23 21 11 11 120 4 9 1 175 169 5 9
Southgate (No high school) .......................................... ...... 180 9 10

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County Term Voca- Library Elementary
District High School Enrollment by Grades in tions Appro- School District
School Rating 7 8 9 10 11 12 Total Tchsi Mos. Taught priation Pupils Tchs. Term
Campbell Co. (Cont'd.)
Newport Catholic A ............ 108 115 100 83 406 18 9 1 S 960 ..............
Notre Dame of Providence A ............ 63 47 64 43 217 10 9 2 275 ..............
(Newport) (Pr.)
Our Lady of the Highlands B 16 9 17 7 3 3 55 5 9 2 ......................
(Ft. Thomas (Pr.)
St. Mary (Alexandria) (Pr.) 11 ...... 50 35 25 ...... 110 41/3 9 3 ..............
St. Thomas (Ft. Thomas) (Pr.) A ............ 40 40 25 21 126 6 9 1 300 ..............
CARLISLE COUNTY
County ...... 38 126 99 74 57 394 18 9 _. ,,,,,,, 943 29 9
Arlington B ...... 22 23 22 17 84 5 .. 2 150 ........ s
Bardwell B ...... 47 29 23 17 116 5 3 150
Cunningham B 38 32 16 12 10 108 4 2 150
Milbum B ............ 25 31 17 13 86 4 1 150 ..............
CARROLL COUNTY
County ............ ........................ .. _. 768 25 8
Carrollton A 2 .......... 85 74 51 59 269 11 9 2 400 527 16 9
CARTER COUNTY
County 313 254 395 273 169 158 1,562 54 9 .. 2,225 9
Carter B 28 29 33 26 22 11 149 5 __ 2 325 ..
Grahn 9 28 25 23 .................. 76 4 .. V. 235
Grayson A 77 66 113 77 45 44 422 13 .. 3 465
Hitchins A 65 36 47 35 28 26 237 8 __ 2 335
Olive Hill A 56 45 133 135 74 77 520 14 __ 2 565
Soldier 9 13 14 16 ............ 43 2 ., u 150
Upper Tygart 9 46 39 30 .................. 115 4 .. ,_ 150
Erie (Olive Hill) (Pr.) A 17 10 16 12 18 8 81 10 9 3 200 ..............
CASEY COUNTY
County—Middleburg A ............ 60 37 28 24 149 7 9 2 400 3,109 132 9
Liberty A 117 66 56 48 287 11 9 3 200 341 9 9
St. Bernard (Clementsville) B ............ 18 12 8 5 43 3V; 9 _. 150 .............. ._

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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11 12 Total Tchs. Mos. Taught priation Pupils Tchs. Term

School Rating

CHRISTIAN COUNTY

County
Crofton
Lacy (Hopkinsville)
Sinking Fork (Hopkinsv.)
So. Christian (Herndon)
Hopkinsville
White
Colored
Pembroke

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CLARK COUNTY

Co. H. S. (Winchester)
Winchester

White

Colored
St. Agatha (Winchester) (PL)

CLAY COUNTY

County—Manchester
Oneida Inst. (Pr .)

CLINTON COUNTY

County
Albany

CRITTENDEN COUNTY

Co. H. S. (Marion)
Marion

CUMBERLAND COUNTY
County
Burkesville
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County Term Voca- Library Elementary
District High School Enrollment by Grades in tions Appro- School District
School Rating 7 8 9 10 11 12 Total Tchs. Mos. Taught priation Pupils Tchs. Term
DAVIESS COUNTY
County 62 239 179 132 128 786 36 9 .. $ 957 9
Co. H. S. (Owensboro) A ...... 187 145 92 102 526 22 __ 3 750 __
Utica B 40 25 19 26 12 147 8 _. 2 120 ..
West Louisville B 22 27 15 14 14 113 6 .i 2 87 ..
Owensboro 53 397 294 236 200 l , 209 60 9 .. 1 , 295 9
White A ...... 187 163 157 134 641 28 .. 2 670 ..
Colored A 53 52 44 29 28 235 12 .i 3 285
Technical A ...... 158 87 50 38 333 20 .i 6 340
Mt. St. Joseph (Maple Mt.) (Pr.) A 52 41 37 29 159 10 9 2 316
Owensboro Catholic (Pr.) A 216 162 155 119 652 19 9 3 652
St. Mary of the Woods (PL) B ............ 27 19 19 12 77 31/; 9 .. 200
(Whitesville)
St. William (R. 1. Philpot) B ............ 23 15 11 13 62 3 9 . ..............
EDMONSON COUNTY
County 176 101 96 62 51 37 523 20 9 .i 535 52 8
Brownsville A 101 47 57 33 31 19 288 10 __ 3 375 . ..
Kyrock (Sweeden) BE 42 37 23 17 7 14 140 5 2 150
Sunfish (Grassland) BE 33 17 16 12 13 4 95 5 1 ......
ELLIOTT COUNTY
County—Sandy Hook A 41 63 107 50 45 19 325 13 9 3 300 1,852 58 8!
ESTILL COUNTY
Co. H. s. (Irvine) A ...... 103 123 79 47 362 14 9 3 500 2,054 32 9
Irvine A 64 41 49 42 196 8 9 2 300 564 18 9
Ravenna (No high school) .......................................... ...... 176 7%- 9
FAYETTE COUNTY
County 630 594 516 395 304 276 2,715 143 9 .1 5,330 9
Athens (Lexington) B 46 44 32 29 19 18 188 13 .. 3 294 ..
Bryan Station (Lexington) 9 182 184 127 .................. 493 23 .5 1,425
Douglas C (Lexington) A 64 59 60 39 35 35 292 16 2 911
Lafayette (Lexington) A 338 307 297 327 250 223 1,742 91 6 2.700 ..............

 

 

 

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School Rating 7 8 9 10 11 12 Total Tchs. Mos. Taught priation Pupils Tchs. Term

 

Fayette Co. (Cont'd.)
Lexington 514 496 531 343 282 236 2,402 119 10 .. $3,250 4,572 176 10
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Dunbar C A 198 174 150 114 79 66 78 32 3 1,000 ..............
Henry Clay A .................. 229 203 170 602 38 2 1,000
Lexington Jr. 9 164 196 221 ................. 581 28 ,. 500
Morton Jr. 9 152 126 160 ............ 438 21 750

University HS (Lex. ) (St. ) A 32 32 36 39 36 40 209 13 9 1 1 ,000

Lexington Catholic (Pr. ) A ............ 59 62 54 39 214 11 9 l 720

FLEMING COUNTY
Co. H. S. (Flemingsburg) A ............ 122 99 86 70 377 15 9 3 500 1,946 61 9'
._. FLOYD COUNTY
3 County 170 137 635 459 362 296 2 , 059 861/; 9 .. 1 , 527 9'

Auxier BE 18 13 21 11 11 16 90 6 1 50 ..
Betsy Layne A ............ 124 99 60 44 327 11 3 150
Garrett A 67 37 46 25 175 81/2 2 184 .
Martin A 83 40 39 47 362 15 2 207
Maytown (Langley) A 43 26 28 19 116 8 3 156 ..
McDowell A ............ 81 :19 47 37 224 9 2 125 ..
Wayland A 71 52 82 67 49 41 362 14 2 175 ,.
Wheelwright W A ...... 121 107 70 63 361 12 2 280 ..
Wheelwright C BE 13 13 12 4 42 3 1 200 ..

Prestonsburg A ______ 174 138 108 87 507 22 9 4 650 9’

FRANKLIN COUNTY

County 77 174 153 130 106 640 401/2 9 1, 168 9‘
Bald Knob (Frankfort) A 31 31 23 28 21 134 9 3 ._
Bridgeport (Frankfort) A 46 42 35 29 34 186 10 3 ...... ._
Elkhorn (Frankfort) A ...... 75 64 54 39 232 14 3 400 .,
Peaks Mill (Frankfort) B ...... 26 31 19 12 88 71/2 3 225 .1

Frankfort 13 135 87 94 73 414 27 10 580 10
White A ............ 107 70 79 64 320 19 2 480 ..
Colored AE 12 13 28 17 15 9 94 8 2 100

Good Shepherd (Frankfort) Pr. A ............ 17 11 16 11 55 5 9 1 150 .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

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District High School Enrollment by Grades in tions Appro— School District
School Rating 7 8 9 10 11 12 Total Tchs. Mos. Taught priation Pupils Tchs. Term
FULTON COUNTY
County 51 39 31 30 30 241 14 9 .. 8100 787 25 9
Cayce B 24 16 15 22 12 115 7 v. 3 100 .............. ..
Western (Hickman) B 27 23 16 8 18 126 7 .. 2 ............ ..
Fulton A ______ 49 53 46 32 180 11 9 2 255 20 9
Hickman 78 73 42 41 234 10 9 .. 400 19 9
White A ...... 41 , 52 27 31 151 7 .. 2 400 ...... __
Colored B ............ 37 21 15 10 83 3 1 ............
GALLATIN COUNTY
County—Warsaw A 51 46 31 31 26 185 8 9 3 600 591 19 9
GARRARD COUNTY
County 63 75 87 52 45 49 371 19 9 .. 200 9
Buckeye (Lancaster) B ............ 25 14 14 9 62 4 .. 1 ..... ..
Camp Dick Robinson (Lanc.) B 34 3 24 19 10 14 134 7 .. 1 50 ..
’_'_‘ Paint Lick A 29 42 38 19 21 26 175 8 .. 3 150 .9
00 Lancaster 47 44 46 34 39 30 240 121/; 9 ._ 440 9
White A 47 44 34 93 28 22 198 91/2 .. 2 377 ..
Colored BE ............ 12 11 11 8 42 3 1 63
GRANT COUNTY
County 117 118 98 90 66 69 558 26 9 .. 60 9
Corinth B 14 25 18 12 13 18 100 6 .. 3 ...... ..
Crittenden B 20 17 26 24 12 11 110 6 .. 3 ...... ..
Dry Ridge A 49 36 27 29 25 18 184 7 .. 3 60 ._
Mason B 34 40 27 25 16 22 164 7 .. 3 ...... ,.
Williamstown B 31 28 25 28 18 13 143 8 9 2 250 9
GRAVES COUNTY
County 235 215 256 200 163 150 l , 219 44 9 .. 900 9
Cuba (Mayfield) A 33 30 43 32 28 2 189 7 s 3 ...... ._
Fancy Farm B ............ 34 18 22 21 95 4 .. 1 ______ ._
Farmington B 39 38 20 26 18 23 164 6 s 3 250 l.
Melber BE 26 18 22 12 9 7 94 4 .. .. ...... .,
Sedalia A 40 37 38 39 24 27 205 8 .. 3 150 ,_
Symsonia B 46 42 36 37 26 29 216 7 .. ‘2 ...... _.
Wingo A 51 50 63 36 36 20 256 8 .. 2 500 __
Mayfield 22 11 190 137 117 104 581 27 9 ._ 800 9
White A ...... 169 131 104 90 494 22 .. 4 650 ...... ..
Colored BE 22 11 21 6 13 14 87 5 . 1 150
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GRAYSON COUNTY
County 459
Caneyville 265
Clarkson 194
Leitchfield 217

GREEN COUNTY
County—Greensburg 300

GREENUP COUNTY

County
McKell (So. Shore)
Wurtland

Greenup

Raceland

Russell

So. Portsmouth

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HANCOCK COUNTY
County
Hawesville
Lewisport

HARDIN COUNTY
County
Glendale
Howevalley (Cecilia)
Lynnvale (White Mills)
Rineyville
Sonora
Vine Grove
Elizabethtown
White
Colored
West Point
Ft. Knox (Pr.)
Elizabethtown Catholic (PL)

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School Rating 7 8 9 10 11 12 Total Tchs. Mos. Taught priation Pupils Tchs. Term

HARLAN COUNTY '

County 141 123 933 735 488 340 2,760 113 9 l. $3,380 12,088 324 9
Benham W A 49 50 55 47 39 18 258 13 .. 2 531 .............. ..
Benham C B 19 19 18 20 17 21 114 8 2 113 ..
Black Star (Alva) A 73 54 53 42 41 23 286 12 2 199 _.
Cumberland A ............ 132 93 67 46 338 15 2 340 ._
Evarts A 289 211 123 79 702 23 2 878 ..
Hall (Grays Knob) A 223 161 87 83 554 18 2 693 ..
Loyall A 94 83 71 53 301 12 2 376 __
Walling A ............ 69 78 43 17 207 12 2 250 ,.

Harlan 183 129 140 112 85 73 722 26 9 775 9
White A 150 113 78 82 57 53 533 19 9 675 ..
Colored A 33 16 62 30 28 20 189 7 2 100 ...... .1

Lynch 38 52 119 107 92 72 480 21 9 987 23 9
White A ............ 82 72 66 50 270 12 2 600 ______ ._
Colored A 38 52 37 35 26 22 210 9 . 2 387 ......

HARRISON COUNTY

Co. H. S. (Cynthiana) A ............ 101 115 86 60 362 19 3 570 1,350 43 9

Cynthiana 75 69 56 42 43 32 317 151/2 9 i. 450 434 16 9
White A 63 57 51 36 38 30 275 11 2