INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Department of Education has released data on school enrollment for the 2021-2022 school year which showed some moderate increases in three school districts serving Steuben County, while one that was almost unchanged.
The greatest growth between 2020-21 and 2022 was experienced at Hamilton Community Schools. Enrollment this year is at 359, up about 7.5% from 2020-21, which was 332.
Fremont and Prairie Heights schools saw increases of about 2% apiece. Fremont grew from 961 to 982 while Prairie Heights went fro, 1,330 to 1,356.
The Metropolitan School District of Steuben County was virtually unchanged between the two school years. This year MSD is at 2,581, a drop of two students.
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