Map: See How Enrollment At Arizona's 30 Largest School Districts Changed In Just One Year
As Arizona school districts and charter schools wrap up their academic years, many are ending them with fewer students than in the 2019-2020 school year.
The state’s largest school district, Mesa Public Schools, has lost more than 4,000 students since the previous school year, an 8% decrease, bringing its total enrollment down to about 58,000, according to data from the Arizona Department of Education.
Meanwhile, the American Leadership Academy charter chain and Queen Creek Unified School District each gained around 800 students. Portable Practical Educational Preparation — which oversees the Arizona Virtual Academy and the Arizona Insight Academy — added more than 4,000 students this school year, representing a 46% increase.
Explore the map to see how enrollment changed at Arizona's 30 largest school districts over the past year.