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EDUCATIONAL BULLETIN
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KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOLS
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Published by

‘g "-1; [DEPARTMENT EIF EDUCATION

BOSWELL B. HODGKIN
Superintendent of Public Instruction

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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. XIX APRIL, 1951 No.2

 

  

 FOREWORD

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.

BOSWELL B. IIODGKIN
Superintendent of Public Instruction

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KENTUCKY ll I GI‘l SCHOOLS—195061

Schools and Types of Organizations. There are 613 public and
private high schools in Kentucky. Last year the number was 623. Of
the 613 high schools now operating, 569 are complete organizations
in that they offer work through the twelfth grade. The remaining
44 high schools, because they do not offer work through the twelfth
grade, are approved as incomplete feeder schools. Of the 44 in-
complete high schools, 37 are separate junior high schools organized
as one distinct unit offering work exclusively in grades seven, eight,
and nine. The remaining seven high schools are incomplete organi-

zations that offer work only through the tenth or eleventh grades.

Of the 569 complete high Schools, 334 are operated by county
boards of education while 158 are maintained by boards of education
in independent school districts. The remaining complete organiza-
tions are either private secondary schools or schools that are
operated by the state in connection with institutions that are main
tained entirely by the state.

This year, the six—year high schools (grades 7—12) number 270
while the traditional four-year high schools (grades 9—12) number
261. The remaining 38 complete high school organizations represent
modifications of the six—year and the traditional four-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 fernfight Private State or T t l
Districts Eismcts Schools Regional O a
Grades 7-12 .................... 166 85 13 6 270
Grades 9-12 152 59 49 1 261
Grades 8-12 14 6 7 0 27
Grades 10-12 ..... 2 8 1 O 11
Grades up to 11 .. 0 0 1 0 1
Grades up to 10 .. ml 6 0 0 0 6
Grades up to 9 ...! 15 21 l 0 37
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”Cd HIGH SCHOOL ENROLLMENTS BY GRADES,
dg‘ht, RACE, AND CONTROL
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6‘3 District District Regional Private
. Grades 3 g 3 2 8 E 3 8 Total
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ation 7 8,897 152 7,305 1,523 157 0 185 0 18,219
mm 8 8,348 135 6,946 1,424 152 0 376 0 17,381
‘ 9 19,269 204 10,080 2,038 171 125 3,560 33 35,480
are 10 14,267 196 9,267 1,958 163 97 3,127 24 29,099
_ 11 12,547 161 7,728 1,374 143 89 2,781 20 24,843
113111‘ 12 8,920 111 6,213, 1,199 160 76 2,390 10 19,079
7—12 72,248 959| 47,539l 9,516! 946 387 12,419 87 144,101
Percentages__ 50.19 .61! 32.94l 6.66I .65 .27 8.62 .06 ~100.00
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. es COMPLETE HIGH SCHOOL ORGANIZATIONS GROUPED
’yp ACCORDING TO SIZE, RACE, AND CONTROL
County Independent State or
District District Regional Private Total
W c W c W c W c
32, Below 60 .................. 8 2 0 9 l 0 12 0 32
60—99 .......... 47 3 8 12 0 0 17 l 88
100-199 ...... 138 3 39 16 4 0 24 0 224
.tal 200—299 ...... 75 1 24 5 1 0 6 0 112
W 300-399 ...... 35 0 18 1 0 1 4 0 59
261 400—499 ...... 8 0 6 1 0 o o o 15
27 500 and over ........ 13 0 18 2 0 0 6 0 39
1% Totals .............. 324 9 113 46 6 1 69 1 569
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Information Concerning High School Development. For a num-

Kentueky Education.

TABLEIV
NUMBER OF HIGH SHOOLS BY YEARS

‘ ber of years the Division of Supervision has carried three tables in
i this bulletin showing the development of high school education in
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Year tram: Parasites ngsshas
1915—16 ................ 316 No report No report 316
1916-17 ................ 376 32 110 report 408
1918—19 ................ 400 30 170 report 430
1922—23 .u .u, 529 56 1J01rep0rt 585
1923—24 0. 492 51 86 629
1924-25 u. 495 50 84 630
1925—26 n. 551 57 91 699
1926-27 1. 552 55 88 695
1927-28 n. 607 64 98 769
1928—29 n. 614 .73 97 784
1930—31 n. 661 72 73 806
1931—32 u. 676 70 86 832
1932—33 ” 678 73 82 834
1933—34 " 682 74 84 838
1934—35 1 684 75 89 848
1935—36 " 680 75 83 833
1936—37 _ 663 78 77 818
1937—38 " 652 80 76 808
1938-39 1 628 80 75 783
1939—40 " 605 78 75 758
1940—41 592 74 72 738
1941—42 574 71 71 716
1942—43 555 71 71 697
1943-44 1 541 70 70 681
1944-45 " 542 66 73 681
1945-46 " 546 65 73 674
1946—47 " 513 62 73 648
1947—48 1 507 61 75 643

1 1948-49 " 507 59 74 640
l ‘1‘ 1949—50 " u. 493 59 71 623
1950-51 ................ 482 59 72 613

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table ll? shoxvs that there \vas a contnruous groxvth in the
nIunber of high.schools froni 1915 to 1935. In 1935 there Yvere 848
public and private high schools in the state. This is the largest num-
s» ber of high.sch0(ds that the state.has ever had“ I¢o\v that \ve have
613 high schools,1uflflic and private,itis clear that there has been
a decrease in the ninubor of high schools of 235 since 1935. (Phfi
decrease has conic about very largely through sniah,lugh schod
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1914—15
1915-16
1916-17
1917—18
1918—19
1920—21
1922-23
1923—24
1924—25
1925-26
1926-27
1927-28
1928—29
1929—30
1930—31
1931—32
*1932-33
1933—34
1934—35
1935-36
1936—37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940~41
1941-42
1942—43
1943—44
1944—45
1945—46
1946—47
1947—48
1948—49
1949-50
1950—51

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ENROLLMENT BY YEARS IN DIFFERENT TYPES
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School Year Elglllcsc‘ilfif Pfii’gltc £11383de m5; 83153015 Totals

1914—15 .......... 15,547 No report No report 15,547
1915-16 18,850 1,054 No report 19,904
1916-17 20,800 1,225 No report 22,025
1917-18 22,929 1,209 No report 24,138
1918-19 21,255 1,218 No report 22,473
1920—21 25,939 1,446 No report 27,385
1922-23 35,806 2,373 5,007 43,186
1923—24 38,575 2,586 6,548 47,709
1924-25 37,264 2,952 5,857 46,073
1925-26 42,416 1,929 7,168 51,513
1926-27 46,096 2,664 7,440 56,210
1927-28 .......... 50,368 3,516 8,835 62,719
1928-29 .......... 54,903 4,083 8,590 67,576
1929—30 58,370 4,100 62,470
1930-31 61,589 4,054 65,643
1931—32 67,268 4,677 .. 71,945
*1932-33 $83,092 *6,994 *7,407 $97,493
1933—34 83,930 6,961 7,445 98,336
1934-35 _______ 88,583 7,983 7,846 104,412
1935-36 ....... 101,017 6,546 8,173 115,735
1936-37 ....... 106,799 8,711 8,994 124,504
1937-38 __________ 109,587 8,938 9,610 128,135
1938-39 .......... 117,284 9,587 9,166 136,037
121,204 10,342 9,999 141,545

123,822 10,440 10,185 144,447

119,398 10,173 10,339 139,910

113,662 9,947 10,048 133,657

102,546 9,422 9,900 121,868

102,619 9,448 10,376 122,443

103,455 9,897 10,820 124,172

109,511 10,439 12,161 132,111

1947-48 .......... 107,876 10,666 12,015 130,557
1948—49 __________ 110,324 11,384 12,124 133,832
116,047 10,919 11,898 138,864

1950-51 __________ 120,733 10,862 12,506 144,101

 

 

’-‘ 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.

Table V presents an interesting picture in total high school
enrollments 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 on
account of the second World \Var. The lowest total high school
enrollment was for the school—year 1943—44. Today, the total high
school enrollment is 144,101, a small amount less than the highest
total enrollment which was in 1940-41.

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1909-1950
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1909-10 ________________ 54 No report 29 83 mm”
1910-11 69 No report 32 101 Boart
1911-12 85 No report 33 118 ‘
1 1912-13 100 No report 34 134 the C
1 1913-14 123 No report 38 162 of C
1 1914—15 .. 134 No report 41 175 0
1 1915-16 .. 149 N0 report 45 194 sion 1
1916-17 __ 171 No report 50 221
1917-18 ._ 185 No report 52 237 canva
1918—19 .. 201 No report 52 253 D (
1919—20 .. 220 No report 55 275 9136“
1920—21 .. 225 No report 57 282 are 11'
1921—22 _. 228 No report 55 283 ’
1922-23 __ 263 7 61 331 Educ:
1923-24 .. 286 8 69 363 t .
1924-25 311 11 68 390 RUSS“-
1925-26 342 14 73 429 lewes
1926-27 382 14 80 476 D ‘
1927—28 415 13 83 511 In pr;
1928-29 457 16 87 560
1929—30 491 18 89 598 mend:
1930—31 522 26 91 639
1931—32 527 34 84 645
1932—33 539 35 83 648
1933-34 535 34 82 651
1934-35 529 34 84 647
1935-36 559 51 77 687
1936-37 558 54 78 690
1937-38 546 56 75 677
1938-39 543 60 73 676
1939-40 529 59 73 661
1940-41 516 61 72 649
1941-42 510 56 70 636
1942—43 500 54 70 626
1943-44 494 55 69 618
1 1944-45 490 56 70 616
1945-46 487 55 71 613
‘ 1946-47 463 55 72 590
1947-48 464 55 71 590
1948-49 463 54 72 589
1949-50 452 55 70 577
1950-51 ................ 443 56 70 569

 

 

 

 

 

Table VI shows the situation as regards the number of ac-
credited hig'h schools by years since 1910. \Vheii we. use the expres-
sion “accredited high school’7 we think of an organization that offers
a program of work through the twelfth grade. High schools that
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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 and Secondary Schools. The members of this Commis-
sion meet with the supervisors in the Bureau of Instruction 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 Com—
mission on Secondary Schools of the Kentucky Association of Col-
leges and Secondary Schools or may modify these recommendations.
In practice the State Board of Education usually follows the recom-

mendations of the Commission.

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District High School Enrollment by Grades in tions Appro- School District
*Rating 11 12 Total Tchs, Mos. Taught priation Pupils Tchs. Term

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ADAIR COUNTY
County 16 132 __ S 121
Breeding .. . .. . 7 71 1. ,, 60
Knifley 9 61 .. ,_ 61
Columbia . 39 429 1 400
White 28 384 ..
Colored 1 1 45

ALLEN COUNTY
Co. H. S. (Scottsville) 22 250
Scottsville 185

ANDERSON COUNTY
County
Anderson (Law1enceburg)
Western (Sinai)

BALLARD COUNTY
County

Bandana
Barlow
Blandville
LaCenter W
Lacenter C
Wickliffe

BARREN COUNTY
County 1 1 - .
Austin- Tracy (Lucas) 232
Hiseville 262
Park Cl ty 237
Temple Hill (Glasgow) 284
Glasgow 343
White 235
Colored 108

BATH COUNTY
County
Bethel (110 official iating)
Owingsville A
Salt Lick B
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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 ll 12 Total Tchs. Mos. Taught priation Pupils Tchs. Term
BELL COUNTY
County 41 41 362 258 187 139 1,028 38 9 .. S 500 6 310 181 9
Co. H. S. (Pineville) A ............ 248 170 136 100 654 21 .. 3 500 ..
Henderson Settl. (Frakes) B 30 26 30 20 13 12 131 5 .. . .V ..
Piuden (Pruden. Tenn.) B ............ 49 56 25 19 149 6 .. 1 ..
Red Bird (Beverly) B 11 15 35 12 13 8 94 6 ,. 2 ..
Lone Jack (Four Mile) B 31 25 29 13 16 18 132 6 9 1 9
Middleshoio 26 19 227 181 172 86 711 25 9 9
White A ............ 204 170 156 74 604 21 .. 2 ...... ..
Colored B 26 19 23 11 16 12 107 4 . 1 ..............
Pineville A ____________ 38 34 30 23 125 8 9 2 613 16 9
BOONE COUNTY
County 32 92 121 93 77 70 485 17 9 _, 774 9
Burlmgton B .. . 32 35 31 22 12 132 4 .. 1 150 ..
0 Florence B 43 20 21 21 21 126 5 275 ..
”1 Heb10n B ...... 40 26 13 29 108 4 1 214 __
New Haven (Union) B 17 26 15 21 8 119 135 ..
Walton B 20 29 23 22 24 146 6% 9 1 1.30 9

   

BOURBON COUNTY
County ............ 122 112 80 S2 396 25 9 n 1.600 1,604 66 9

   

 

   

Bourbon Co. Voc. (Paris) A 104 93 58 67 322 18 3 1,300 ..............
North Midletown B ..... 18 19 22 15 74 7 3 300
Paris 90 91 111 110 101 80 583 28 10 793 10
White A 61 65 61 60 57 44 348 20 2 500 ..
Colored A 29 26 50 50 44 36 235 8 293
Millersburg lVIil. Inst. (PL) A ...... 17 18 31 32 18 116 13 9 100 ..............
BOYD COUNTY
Co. H. S. (Ashland) A ............ 140 S7 .04 52 373 13 0 3 150 1,881 9
Ashland 506 484 43G 446 357 237 2.466 391/, 9 2.725 3,199 9
White Sr. A .................. 431 348 232 1,011 38,2 2 1,200 . ..
Colored BE 18 11 14 15 9 S 72 1 125 ,V
Coles Jr. 9 214 199 169 .................. 582 21 600 ..
Putnam Jr. 9 274 274 253 .................. 801 26 800 ,,
Catlettsblu‘g A ...... 78 66 59 61 264 91’» 9 1 300 9
Fairview (Ashland) 9 73 101 71 .......... . 24-7 7 9 ........ 9
Holy Family (Ashland) (Pr) A ............ 17 17 15 14 6° 5 9 1 175 .............. ..

 

  

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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. Mes. Taught priation Pupils Tchs. Term
BOYLE COUNTY
County 107 136 110 93 73 42 561 24 9 ,. S 700 1,343 40 9
Forkland (Gravel Switch) BE 15 12 8 6 11 7 59 4 i. M 25 . ...... ..
Junction City A 56 57 43 36 21 18 231 8 ._ 2 150 _.
Parksville B 36 17 23 16 18 5 115 5%: .. 3 225 ..
Perryville A ...... 50 36 35 23 12 156 61/2 ,. 3 300 .
Danville 136 99 104 95 82 96 612 31 9 ,. 950 1315 '3‘} 9
White A 104 73 71 75 63 71 457 23 __ 2 600 .............. .
Colored AE 32 26 33 20 19 25 155 8 1 350 .............
BRACKEN COUNTY
County 115 95 77 76 51 42 456 23 9 ,_ 700 766 as 9
Bl‘ooksville A 36 27 24 76 51 42 256 14 ,, 3 400 rrrrrrrrrrrr ..
Germantown 9 27 3O 23 ................. 80 3 .. __ 200 ..
Milford 9 17 11 10 38 3 .. .. 160 ..
Western (Bradford) 9 35 27 20 .................. 82 3 ,_ __ , .. N r. . VVVVV ..
Augusta B 20 16 30 16 16 17 115 5 9 1 150 175 6 9
St. James (Brooksville) (Pr) B 3 1 7 7 3 7 34 3 9 1 90 VVVVVVVV ..
BREATHITT COUNTY
Co. H. s. (Jackson) A ............ 16‘) 134 107 S4 494 21 9 3 1,500 4,253 131 9
Jackson B 42 36 2;) 16 20 12 151 71/; 9 1 150 353 9
Highland Inst. (Guerrant) (PL) B ........... 13 9 13 b 41 5 9 1 78 ..............
Magoffin Inst. (Mtn. Val.) (Pr) B 6 a 16 4 1 3 35 5 9 2 ., ,.
Mt. Carmel (Lawson) (Pr) A ,,,,,, 28 33 28 25 114 7 E) 1 13'
Oakdale (Pr) B 10 a 14 12 7 5 53 9 9 2 225
Riverside Inst. (Pr) B ............ 11 5 6 6 28 4 9 1 120 ..............
(Lost Creek)
BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY
County 7‘) 01 15'} 97 104 102 016 24 9 _. 485 8
Hardinsburg W A 49 55 96 64 66 64 394 12 .. 3 201] ..
Hardinsburg C BE ............ 10 9 9 16 44 3 .. .. 185 ..
Irvington A 30 26 47 24 29 22 178 9 __ 3 100 .,
Cioverport A ...... 28 34 23 15 100 5 9 1 200 9
BULLITT COUNTY
County ...... 119 82 58 56 315 21 9 .. 394 1,768 41 9
Mt. Washington A 37 33 17 16 103 8 .. 3 129 .............. ..
Shepherdsville A ............ 82 49 41 40 212 13 3 265 ...... ,,
Lebanon Junction B 28 12 23 13 2" 12 110 7 2 143 8 9
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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
BUTLER COUNTY
County 54 49 154 71 89 50 467 13 8 .. $ 500 2,198 86%; 8
Morgantown A 54 49 121 56 69 38 387 10 .. 3 500 .............. ..
Rochester B ............ 33 15 20 12 80 3 .. 1 ...................... ..
CALDWELL COUNTY
County—Fredonia A 32 32 41 34 32 30 201 9 9 3 500 881 34
Princeton 131 99 130 118 115 73 666 27 9 802 774 22 9
White A 114 89 113 96 104 64 580 22 3 802 ..............
Colored B 17 10 17 22 11 9 86 5 1 ......................
CALLOWAY COUNTY
County 142 151 133 83 92 75 676 25 9 8
Almo B 23 17 35 19 22 19 135 5 .. 3 ..
Hazel B 34 34 20 10 24 21 143 5 . 2 2
Kirksey B 27 40 27 14 15 10 133 5 .. 2 ..
Lynn Grove B 26 25 19 25 16 14 125 5 3 ..
0‘ New Concord B 32 35 32 15 15 11 140 5 1 ..
\1 Murray 76 72 84 55 57 54 398 20 9 .. 9
White A 76 72 64 48 51 45 356 17 2 ..
Colored BE ............ 20 7 6 9 42 1 ..
Murray Training Sch. (St) A 31 23 32 26 26 25 163 12 9 2 ..
CAMPBELL COUNTY
County—Alexandria A .......... 107 116 86 61 370 16 9 3 9
Bellevue A 64 57 44 55 73 49 342 24 10 2 10
Dayton A 82 72 71 50 38 313 17 10 2 10
Ft. Thomas A 92 78 82 89 64 66 471 27 10 2 10
Newport A ............ 264 184 124 86 658 35 10 2 10
Silver Grove B 22 15 20 14 20 14 105 5 9 1 9
Newport Catholic (Pr.) A ............ 117 110 87 71 385 15 9 1 ..
Notre Dame of Providence A 2 .......... 8 63 52 37 232 9 9 2 ..
(Newport) (Pr)
Our Lady of Highlands (Pr) B 7 12 8 7 0 1 35 4 9 3 75 2. 22 2.... ..
(Ft. Thomas)
St. Mary (Alexandria) (Pr) 9 ...... 32 ...... 2.... 32 2 9 . ........ 22. 22. .
St. Thomas (Ft. Thomas) (Pr) A 2.... 2.... 33 22 16 12 83 6 9 1 300 .2... 2.... ..
CARLISLE COUNTY
County 30 21 91 80 70 65 357 17 9 . 600 9
Arlington B ....2 ...... 27 23 24 22 96 5 .. 2 150 ..
Bardwell B ............ 28 21 22 20 91 5 .. 3 150 2
Cunningham BE 30 21 11 14 10 15 101 4 .. 1 150 ._
Milburn B 2.... 25 22 14 8 69 3 2 1 150 2

 

 

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County Term Voca- Library Elementary
District High School Enrollment by Grades in tions Appro- School District
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CARROLL COUNTY
County _. ., . 752 8
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CARTER COUNTY
County 1,399
Carter 64
Grahn
Grayson
Hitchins
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Soldier
Upper Tygart
Erie (Olive Hill) (Pr)

CASEY COUNTY
County—Middleburg
Liberty

CHRISTIAN COUNTY

County
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Lacy (Hopkinsville)
Sinking Fork (Hopkinsville)
So. Christian (Herndon)

Hopkinsville
White
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Pembroke

CLARK COUNTY
Co. H. S. (Winchester)
Winchester
White
Colored
St. Agatha (Winchester) (Pr)

CLAY COUNTY
County Manchester
Oneida Inst. (Pr)

CLINTON COUNTY
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Co. H. S. (Marion) A ............ 90 74 85 52 301 111/2 8 3 S .......... 1,266 48 8
Marion A 61 39 44 45 35 32 256 ll 9 3 475 454 11 5)
CUMBERLAND COUNTY
County 40 28 62 56 54 36 276 13 9 314 68 8
Burkesville A 19 17 41 45 34 23 179 7 .. 214 ......
Marowbone B 21 11 21 11 20 13 97 6 2 100 ..............
DAVIES-S COUNTY
County 51 200 169 122 106 727 391/; 9 965 9
Co. H S. (Owensboro) A ...... 122 127 83 69 401 181/2 3 700 W
Utica B 22 34 21 16 17 140 2 79 ..
West Louisville BE 16 18 14 12 14 104 7 3 136 ..
Whitesville BT 13 26 7 11 6 82 6 3 50 ,
OwenShoro 41 3101 244 220 222 1.075 57 9 1.331 9
White A ...... 181 133 127 135 576 27 2 725 _.
a Colored A 41 42 39 32 15 207 12 2 190
Technical A ...... 87 72 61 72 292 18 6 466
Mt. st. Joseph (Maple Mt) (Pr) A 46 50 26 30 152 10 2 300
St. Frances Ac. (Owensbi) (Pr) A 180‘ 126 112 111 529 15 9 654
St. Mary of the Woods (Pr) B ............ 24 18 17 13 72 31/2 9 150
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EDMONSON COUNTY
County 131 87 88 66 67 46 485 20 9 .. 51 8
Brownsville A 77 46 52 25 30 24 254 10 .. 3 320 ..
Kyrock (Sweden) B 31 26 12 29 23 14 135 5 2 150
Sunfish B 23 15 24 12 14 8 96 40
ELLIOTT COUNTY
County——Sandy Hook A 55 44 82 31 53 39 304 12 9 3 200 1,848 (53 8
ESTILL COUNTY
CO. H. S. (Irvine) A ............ 111 58 68 34 271 14 9 3 266 2,171 85 8
Irvine A ............ 67 59 31 44 201 10 9 2 360 599 17 9
FAYETTE COUNTY
County 571 468 400 340 304 259 2,342 128 9 3,220 9
Athens (Lexington) B 53 45 33 26 19 18 194 10 . 3 rrrrrrr .1
Bryan Sta. (Lexington) 9 166 130 88 384 20 ...... 538
Douglass C. (Lexington) A 54 40 48 43 43 29 257 15 2 575 _
Lafayette (Lexington) A 298 253 231 271 242 212 1,507 83 ...... 7 2.107

 

 

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District
School

Fayette Co. (Cont’d)
Lexington
Dunbar C.
Henry Clay
Lexington Jr.
Morton Jr.
University H. S. (Lex.) (St.)
Lexington Latin (Pr.)
St. Catherine Ac. (Lex.) (Pr)

FLEMING COUNTY
Co. H. S. (Flemingsburg)

FLOYD COUNTY
County
Auxier
Betsy Layne
Garrett
Martin
Maytown (Langley)
McDowell
Wayland
Wheelwright W
Wheelwright C
Prestonsburg

FRANKLIN COUNTY

County
Bald Knob (Frankfort)
Bridgeport (Frankfort)
Elkhorn (Frankfort)
Peaks Mill (Frankfort)

Frankfort
White
Colored

Good Shepherd (Frankfort) (Pr)

FULTON COUNTY

County

Cayce

Western (Hickman)
Fulton
Hickman

White

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GALLATIN COUNTY
County—Warsaw A ...... 42 39 39 36 25 181 7 9 3 $ 286 642 18 9
GARRARD COUNTY
County 66 62 81 60 53 38 360 20' 9 .. 118 9
Buckeye (Lancaster) B 15 21 22 13 17 10 98 5 .1 l ........ ..
Camp Dick Robinson (Lanc.) B 17 24 19 19 14 14 107 7 .. 1 18 _.
Paint Lick A 34 17 40 28 22 14 155 8 .. 3 100 .1
Lancaster 40 31 52 36 43 33 235 13 9 .. 355 9
White A 40 31 36 25 33 26 191 10 .. 2 355 ..
Colored BE ............ 16 11 10- 7 44 3 1 ........
GRANT COUNTY
County 124 103 96 101 87 65 576 26 9 .. 710 9
Corinth B 27 13 20 25 23 15 123 6 __ 3 150 ..
Crittenden B 20 19 22 23 19 14 117 6 __ 3 210 .,
Dry Ridge A 34 35 31 21 29 19 169 7 .. 3 200 ..
Mason B 43 36 23 32 16 17 167 7 .. 3 150 ..
Williamstown B 31 31 17 17 22 18 136 9 9 2 250 9
GRAVES COUNTY
County 94 102 282 241 203 174 1,096 46 9 .. 550 9
Cuba (Mayfield) A ............ 41 32 33 1 120 6 _. 3 ........ __
Fancy Farm A ............ 29 27 27 20 103 5 l. .. vvvvvvv .1
Farmington B 22 26 21 28 21 15 133 G __ 2 200 __
Lowes 15 ............ 49 28 25 25 127 5 i. 1 200 ..
Melber B 26 29 23 15 12 11 116 4 _. .. ........ ,_
Sedalia A ...... 28 41 31 25 125 7 ., 3 150 ..
Symsonia B ............ 34 37 29 23 123 5 .. 2 ........ .1
Wingo A 46 47 57 33 25 41 249 8 .. 3 vvvvvvvv .1
Mayfield 17 9 114 106 85 74 405 25 9 __ 600 9
White A ............ 90 91 77 64 322 20 .. 2 500
Colored BE 17 9 24 15 8 10 83 5 1 100
GRAYSON COUNTY
County 44 63 113 67 119 50 456 21 9 300 8
Caneyville A 15 31 79 40 70 23 258 101/2 ,. 150 ,_
Clarkson A 29 32 34 27 49 27 198 101/2 ._ 3 150 __
Leitchfield A 42 37 38 35 36 19 207 8 9 413 9
GREEN COUNTY
Co.—Greensburg A ............ 112 65 45 40 262 12 9 3 ........ 1,788 73 8

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GREENUP COUNTY

County 29 ., _l . 2,892
McKell (So. Shore) 5 14 .
Wurtland 15

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Raccland 11

Russell 17

So. Portsmouth 4

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County
Hawesville
Lewisport

HARDIN COUNTY

County
Glendale
Howevalley (Cecilia)
Lynnvale (White Mills)
Rineyville
Sonora
Vine Grove
Ellzabethtown
White
Colored
West Point
Bethlehem Ac. (St. John) (Pr)
Ft. Knox (Pr)
St. James (Elizabetht.) (Pr.)

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County
Benham W
Benham C
Black Star (Alva)
Cumberland
Evarts
Hall (Grays Knob)
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Wanins A 79 41 44 35 199 11 .. 2 350 ______
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School Rating 7 8 9 10 11 12 Total Tchs. Mos. Taught priation Pupils Tchs. Term
Harlan Co. (Cont'd)

Harlan 154 153 138 117 73 71 706 25 9 .. S 793 1,153 28 9
White A 134 134 87 72 57 54 538 19 .. 2 625 .............. ,,
Colored B 20 19 51 45 16 17 168 6 .. 2 168 ..............

Lynch 50 45 133 95 78 60 461 20 9 1 945 948 23 9
White A ............ 90 62 47 42 241 12 .. 2 500 ..............
Colored A 50 45 43 33 31 18 220 8 2 445 ..............

HARRISON COUNTY

Co. H. S. (Cynthiana) A ...... 117 73 81 68 339 17 9 3 513 1,378 4:) 9

Cynthiana 67 55 53 47 30 22 279 15 9 .1 450 419 16 9
White A 57 45 49 44 23 14 232 11 .. 2 300 . ......
Colored BE 10 10 9 3 7 8 47 4 .. 1 150 111111

HART COUNTY
County 123 83 109 G3 93 52 523 2614,; 9 .. 456 62 8
j Cub Run B 37 20 22 18 18 16 131 8 .. 3 131 ,,,,,,
Memorial (Hardyville) A 42 36 49 21 29 16 193 9 .. 3 100
Munfordville A 44 27 38 24 46 20 199 9% _. 3 225 ......

Caverna 6 6 71 43 47 35 208 11 9 _. 800 19 9
White (Horse Cave) A ............ 46 32 28 27 133 7 .. 3 600 ..............
Colored (Horse Cave) BE 6 6 25 11 19 8 75 4 1 200 ..............

HENDERSON COUNTY

County 164 132 180 95 76 95 742 32 9 ._ 669 9
Corydon A 33 28 48 3O 30 32 201 9 3 405 .i
Hebbardsville B 33 25 29 23 11 23 144 7 3 ........ ._
Niagara (Henderson) B ............ 34 19 16 25 94 5 2 777777 ..
Spottsville B 50 38 30 23 19 15 175 7 2 200 ..
Weaverton (Henderson) 9 48 41 39 .................. 128 4 ._ 64 V.

Henderson 44 201 199 195 143 135 947 44 9 1,150 9
White A ...... 165 146 163 142 118 734 33 3 900 .1
Colored A 44 36 53 32 31 17 213 11 2 250

Holy Name (Henderson) (Pr) A ............ 34 20 22 23 99 5 250

HENRY COUNTY

County 55 44 118 97 89 83 486 211/; 9 ,. 450 9
Campbellsburg B 23 24 32 13 26 21 139 61/2 ._ 2 140 1.
Henry Central (New Castle) A ............ 49 48 36 33 166 8 .. 3 166 ..
Pleasureville A 32 20 37 36 27 29 181 7 _. 3 150 ..

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HICKMAN COUNTY
County 74 61 51 262 15 __ 550
Clinton .. i 46 41 162 9‘,’2 .. 300
Fulgham (Clinton) 22 100 5V2 ,. 250

HOPKINS COUNTY
County . " 1,076 . _ 100
Charleston (Dawson Spy.) 6 7 172 ..
Dalton 120
Hanson 190
Mortons Gap 154
Nebo 175
Nortonville 265
Dawson Springs 202
Earlington 261
White 147
Colored 114
Madisonville 877
White 721
Colored 156

 

 

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Anuville Inst. (Pr)

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County
Eastern (Middletown)
Fairdale (Coral Ridge)
Fern Creek (Buechel)
Okolona (Louisville)
Valley (Valley Station)
Anchorage
Jefferson Co. Children’s
Home (Ormsby Vil.) Anchorage
Ky. Military Inst. (Lyndon) (Pr)
Masonic Home School (Pr)
Louisville
Ahrens Trade
Atherton

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School Rating 7 8 9 10 11 12 Total Tchs. Mos. Taught priation Pupils Tchs. Term
Jefferson Co. (Cont’d)

Central C. ............ 281 1,413 59 6
Male ...... 48 2
Manual 200 197 130 5
Shawnee 216 233 69 3
Barret Jr. 203 162 30 .
Eastern Jr. 263 246 43
Highland Jr. 193 250 35
Jackson St. Jr., C 283 235 37
Madison St. Jr., C 434 348 54
Manly Jr. 258 290 ...... 74 37
Parkland Jr. 306 322 993 43
Southern Jr. 351 346 1,088 55
Western Jr. 300 285 .................. 940 47

Ahrens Adult Night H. S'. ...... 39 88 131 90 348 22 1

Central Adult Night H. S., C ...... 30 129 61 197 417 20 2

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Catholic Colored 33 24 20 10 S7 5 9 2
Flaget 325 333 243 193 1,094 41 9 1
Holy Rosary ...... 40 34 41 34 149 7 9 2
Ky. Home School for Girls 12 12 22 21 18 85 9 9 ..
Loretto ...... 53 59 50 36 198 8 9 2
Louisville Baptist ______ 9 23 24 23 7‘) 5 9 1
Louisville Collegiate 16 15 19 18 13 81 11 9 ..
Our Lady of Mercy Ac. ...... 148 150 130 97 525 18 9 2
Portland Christian 15 21 13 18 8 89 6 9 ..
Presentation Ac. ...... 185 129 123 123 560 20 9 2
Sacred Heart Ac. 80 68 79 56 283 18 9 2
St. Helena Night H. S. 24 32 15 14 85 5 9 2
St. Xavier . __ 291 227 236 2