Park City School District’s official enrollment count for the 2018-19 school year is 4,780—a decrease of 37 students compared to last year (-.8 percent decrease).
The district had fewer kindergarten and first-grade students come into the system than projected, according to Business Administrator Todd Hauber. Open enrollment was closed at all schools this year, which also had an impact districtwide. He said the district has also been experiencing an enrollment bubble, which is now moving through the secondary schools.
“Most significant is that the outgoing senior class of 398 students was replaced with an incoming Kindergarten class of 266. This 139 difference offsets the growth leading to the overall decrease in enrollment,” Hauber said. “Additionally, we had anticipated a larger kindergarten enrollment, particularly at McPolin Elementary. The increase in enrollment was not realized.”
Enrollment by School
–Jeremy Ranch Elementary: 546 (+7)
–McPolin Elementary: 380 (-27)
–Parley’s Park Elementary: 522 (-33)
–Trailside Elementary: 461 (-38)
–Ecker Hill Middle: 805 (+31)
–Treasure Mountain Junior High: 813 (-1)
–Park City High: 1,253 (+24)