The charts on this page provide more demographic detail, both current and project, related to the rezoning of Alachua County Public Schools (ACPS).
Chart 1: Current Enrolled Students (2023-24)
These figures represent all students currently enrolled in each school, including those attending due to magnet programs, zoning exemptions, district programs (ESOL, ESE, and others), choice programs, etc. It includes high school dual-enrolled students who spend most of all of the instructional day off campus. It is the total number of students currently enrolled at each school.
Chart 2: Current ACPS Zoned Students (2023-24) - Updated 10/5/2023
These figures represent Alachua County Public School students who are currently zoned for each school. They do not include students living in the zone who attend charter, private, home school or other non-ACPS alternative educational programs. They also do not include students living in the zone who attend A. Quinn Jones, Sidney Lanier or PAM@Loften High School. They do include ACPS students who are zoned for the school but are attending another ACPS school due to magnets, district programs (ESOL, ESE, others), zoning exceptions, choice programs, etc. They also include high school dual-enrolled students who spend most or all of the instructional day off campus.
The columns with information about students who are economically disadvantaged, ESE or are included in various racial/ethnic categories indicate the percentage of ACPS students zoned to the school from each category. The final four columns (Zoning Exceptions, Magnet, Choice and District Program) represent the percentage of students who are zoned for the school but are attending another ACPS school through one of those options.
Chart 3: Projected Enrolled ACPS Students (2024-25) - Updated 10/31/2023
These figures represent an estimate of the projected enrollment at each school under the proposed rezoning maps. They do not include:
- students living in the proposed zone who currently attend charter, private, home school or other non-ACPS alternative education programs
- students who live in the proposed zone but currently attend A. Quinn Jones, Sidney Lanier, PAM@Loften or another ACPS school due to magnets or zoning exceptions.
These figures do include students who are students who are dual-enrolled at each high school, even though they spend most or all of the instructional day off campus.