Public School District

School Year

 

1995-1996

1996-1997

1997-1998

1998-1999

Allen Park

3,120

3,179

3,238

3,245

Crestwood

2,887

2,930

2,949

3,052

Dearborn

14,957

15,592

15,878

16,263

Dearborn Heights

2,214

2,358

2,423

2,491

Detroit

173,749

175,798

174,730

173,557

Ecorse

1,342

1,323

1,259

1,199

Flat Rock

1,628

1,667

1,677

1,686

Garden City

5,243

5,367

5,412

5,428

Gibraltar

2,692

2,740

2,690

2,819

Grosse Ile

2,059

2,022

2,067

2,060

Grosse Pointe

8,158

8,395

8,468

8,582

Hamtramack

2,946

3,236

3,367

3,468

Harper Woods

1,093

1,096

1,098

1,086

Highland Park

3,359

3,734

3,629

3,606

Huron

2,025

1,872

1,943

2,005

Inkster

2,171

1,982

1,799

1,749

Lincoln Park

5,603

5,651

5,675

5,555

Livonia

17,825

18,098

18,346

18,348

Melvindale

2,209

2,232

2,235

2,247

Northville

4,724

4,911

4,971

5,117

Plymouth Canton

15,424

15,800

15,835

16,202

Redford Union

5,128

5,056

4,964

4,967

River Rouge

2,352

2,352

2,546

2,550

Riverview

2,039

2,085

2,085

2,122

Romulus*

3,968

3,487

4,093

4,131

Southgate

4,218

4,373

4,328

4,487

South Redford

3,383

3,472

3,449

3,447

Taylor

11,655

11,703

11,600

11,466

Trenton

3,209

3,234

3,261

3,215

Van Buren

6,040

6,179

6,188

6,258

Wayne-Westland

14,992

15,151

15,135

14,928

Westwood

2,132

2,194

2,196

2,218

Woodhaven

4,626

4,678

4,707

4,763

Wyandotte City

4,770

4,879

5,025

5,005

Source: Michigan Department of Education, 1998 and 1999 School Reports.

* The Romulus district embarked upon an Alternative Education program during the 1996-97 school year. This school was located within the Detroit Public School District and ultimately closed under order from the state. The enrollment figures above do not include the 1,589 students enrolled in the alternative program during the 1996-97 school year.