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Enrollment Numbers

Postby The Schwab » Wed Mar 02, 2011 11:42 am

Region 1- 30.1 per class

District 1- 24.9 per class

Wyndmere-Lidgerwood- 63 9-12 (L) = 15.75 pc, 97 7-12 (W) = 16.17 pc (31.9 per class)
North Sargent- 68 9-12 (17 per class)
Milnor- 104 7-12(17.3 per class)
Lisbon- 205 7-12(31.2 per class)
Oakes- 247 7-12(41.2 per class)
Hankinson- 143 7-12(23.8 per class)
Sargent Central- 96 7-12 (16 per class)
F-C-T- 61 7-12 (F), 64 7-12 (CT) (20.8 per class)

District 2- 35.2 per class

Oak Grove- 195 7-12 (32.5 per class)
Maple Valley- 86 9-12 (21.5 per class)
Central Cass- 282 9-12 (70.5 per class)
Richland- 128 7-12 (21.3 per class)
Kindred- 215 7-12 (35.8 per class)
Enderlin- 154 7-12 (25.7 per class)
FSHP- 63 9-12 (FS), 65 9-12 (HP) (32 per class)
Northern Cass- 170 9-12 (42.5 per class)

Region 2- 35.5 per class

District 3- 31.5 per class

Thompson- 193 7-12 (32.2 per class)
Hatton-Northwood- 70 9-12 (H), 84 9-12 (N) (38.5 per class)
Hillsboro- 128 9-12 (32 per class)
Dakota Prairie- 133 7-12 (22.2 per class)
Larimore- 238 7-12 (39.7 per class)
Griggs County- 150 7-12 (25 per class)
MPCG- 170 9-12 (42.5 per class)
Central Valley- 79 9-12 (19.8 per class)

District 4- 39.5 per class

Cavalier- 181 7-12 (30.2 per class)
Grafton- 265 9-12(G), 26 9-12 (ST) (72.8 per class)
Midway- Minto- 70 9-12 (Midway), 65 9-12 (Minto) (33.8 per class)
Valley Edinburg- 78 9-12 (19.5 per class)
Park River-FL- 42 7-12 (FL), 131 9-12 (PR) (39.8 per class)
North Border- 60 7-12 (D), 81 9-12 (W), 65 7-12 (P) (41.1 per class)

Region 3- 22.3 per class

District 5- 21.7 per class

Ellendale- 132 7-12 (22 per class)
LaMoure- 91 9-12 (22.8 per class)
LMM- 48 9-12 (LM), 53 7-12 (M) (20.8 per class)
Central Prairie- 30 9-12 (GS), 73 7-12 (M) (19.7 per class)
Edgeley-Kulm- 66 9-12 (E), 39 9-12 (K) (26.3 per class)
BCN- 78 7-12 (W), 61 7-12 (R) (23.2 per class)
PBK- 22 9-12 (K), 46 9-12 (PB) (17 per class)

District 6- 22.8 per class

Linton-HMB- 60 9-12 (HMB), 124 9-12 (L) (46 per class)
Napoleon- 75 7-12 (12.5 per class)
Strasburg-Zeeland- 54 9-12 (S), 18 9-12 (Z) (18 per class)
Kidder County- 108 9-12(S), 24 9-12 (T) (33 per class)
South Border- 66 9-12 (W), 64 7-12 (A) (27.2 per class)

Region 4- 26.8 per class

District 7- 29.9 per class

Four Winds Minnewaukan- 109 9-12 (FW), 55 7-12 (M) (36.42 per class)
Warwick- 79 7-12 (13.2 per class)
Harvey-Wells County- 93 7-12 (WC), 23 7-12 (G), 135 9-12 (H) (53.1 per class)
Carrington- 176 9-12 (44 per class)
Midkota- 42 7-12 (7 per class)
New Rockford-Sheyenne- 170 7-12 (28.3 per class)
Lakota-Adams-Edmore- 65 7-12 from AE, 66 9-12 (L) (27.3 per class)

District 8- 23.6 per class

North Star- 82 9-12 (20.5 per class)
Rolla-Rock Lake- 22 7-12 (RL), 114 7-12 (R) (22.7 per class)
Munich- Starkweather- 47 7-12 (M), 38 9-12 (S) (17.3 per class)
Benson County- 48 9-12 (L), 68 7-12 (M) (23.3 per class)
St. John- 110 9-12 (27.5 per class)
Langdon Area- 151 9-12 (37.8 per class)
Rolette-Wolford- 71 7-12 (R), 17 9-12 (W) (16.1 per class)

Region 5- 21.1 per class

District 9- 22.4 per class

Solen- 77 7-12 (12.8 per class)
Shiloh Christian- 70 9-12 (17.5 per class)
Standing Rock- 25 7-12 (S), 238 7-12 (SR) (43.8 per class)
Flasher- 60 9-12 (15 per class)
Center-Stanton- 65 9-12 (16.3 per class)
New Salem- 110 9-12 (27.5 per class)
Grant County- 95 9-12 (23.8 per class)

District 10- 19.8 per class

Washburn- 89 9-12 (22.3 per class)
Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky- 42 7-12 (M), 71 7-12 (TL-M) (18.8 per class)
Max-75 7-12 (12.5 per class)
Wilton-Wing- 117 7-12 (Wilton), 22 9-12 (Wing) (25 per class)
Underwood- 88 7-12 (14.7 per class)
Garrison- 151 7-12 (25.2 per class)

Region 6- 28.2 per class

District 11- 29.9 per class

TGU- 60 9-12 (T), 73 7-12 (G), (27.2 per class)
Bottineau- 224 9-12 (56 per class)
Velva- 145 9-12 (36.3 per class)
Rugby- 210 7-12 (45 per class)
Westhope-Newburg, 23 9-12 (N), 66 7-12 (W) (16.8 per class)
Dunseith- 210 7-12 (35 per class)
Drake-Anamoose 72 7-12 (12 per class)
Sawyer- 66 7-12 (11 per class)

District 12- 26.6 per class

Bishop Ryan- 251 7-12 (41.8 per class)
Berthold- 83 9-12 (20.8 per class)
DLB- 170 9-12 (42.5 per class)
Kenmare- 91 9-12 (22.8 per class)
MLS- 124 7-12 (20.7 per class)
Surrey- 124 9-12 (31 per class)
Our Redeemers- 86 7-12 (14.3 per class)
Glenburn- 74 9-12 (18.5 per class)

Region 7- 31.1 per class

District 13- 23.5 per class

Mott-Regent- 104 7-12 (17.3 per class)
Heart River- 125 7-12 (B), 91 9-12 (SH) (43.6 per class)
New England- 66 7-12 (11 per class)
Bowman County- 122 9-12 (30.5 per class)
Beach- 184 7-12 (30.7 per class)
Hettinger- 92 9-12 (23 per class)
Scranton- 49 7-12 (8.2 per class)

District 14- 38.6 per class

Beulah- 257 9-12 (64.3 per class)
Dickinson Trinity- 160 7-12 (26.7 per class)
Killdeer- 11 9-12 (H), 140 9-12 (K) (37.8 per class)
Hazen- 216 9-12 (54 per class)
Glen Ullin-Hebron- 87 7-12 (GU), 84 7-12 (H) (28.5 per class)
Richardton-Taylor- 120 7-12 (20 per class)

Region 8- 21.6 per class

District 15- 29.4 per class

Watford City- 31 7-12 (A), 11 7-12 (JCC), 190 7-12 (WC) (38.7 per class)
New Town- 215 9-12 (53.8 per class)
Parshall- 133 7-12 (22.2 per class)
Stanley- 194 7-12 (32.3 per class)
North Shore- 61 7-12 (NS), 40 7-12 (WS) (16.8 per class)
Mandaree- 50 9-12 (12.5 per class)

District 16- 13.7 per class

Trenton- 75 7-12 (12.5 per class)
Trinity Christian- 62 7-12 (10.3 per class)
Divide County- 111 7-12 (18.5 per class)
Ray- 63 7-12 (10.5 per class)
Tioga- 145 7-12 (24.2 per class)
Powers Lake- 46 7-12 (7.7 per class)
Burke County- 36 7-12 (BC), 36 7-12 (B) (12 per class)

STATE AVERAGE- 27.1 per class
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Re: Enrollment Numbers

Postby ndlionsfan » Wed Mar 02, 2011 11:48 am

Wow, Schwab you bored at school or what?!? That's a lot of work to put all that together. Only problems I see are some of those 7-12 enrollments are actually 9-12 enrollments. Entered wrong when administrators put them into the directory online. There are actually quite a few like that that would skew the class sizes a bit higher.
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Re: Enrollment Numbers

Postby The Schwab » Wed Mar 02, 2011 11:51 am

ndlionsfan wrote:Wow, Schwab you bored at school or what?!? That's a lot of work to put all that together. Only problems I see are some of those 7-12 enrollments are actually 9-12 enrollments. Entered wrong when administrators put them into the directory online. There are actually quite a few like that that would skew the class sizes a bit higher.


Well I made sure I used the correct number to average the class sizes, the only thing that might be off is the Regional Average and the State average, I used the "assumption" that all districts and regions have the same amount of teams in them. But it should be pretty close, and I believe I included all of the enrollments in all of the co-ops. If I have some numbers off please let me know!

(The only ones that didn't come directly off of the NDHSAA numbers was Watford City (for some reason their enrollment number wasn't listed, so I used the one in the hoopster and FCT's (Campbell-Tintah is in MN, so I found their numbers on the MN site).)
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Re: Enrollment Numbers

Postby old#63 » Wed Mar 02, 2011 12:01 pm

Schwabby pulled an all-nighter putting this together. :)
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Re: Enrollment Numbers

Postby ndlionsfan » Wed Mar 02, 2011 12:08 pm

The Schwab wrote:
ndlionsfan wrote:Wow, Schwab you bored at school or what?!? That's a lot of work to put all that together. Only problems I see are some of those 7-12 enrollments are actually 9-12 enrollments. Entered wrong when administrators put them into the directory online. There are actually quite a few like that that would skew the class sizes a bit higher.


Well I made sure I used the correct number to average the class sizes, the only thing that might be off is the Regional Average and the State average, I used the "assumption" that all districts and regions have the same amount of teams in them. But it should be pretty close, and I believe I included all of the enrollments in all of the co-ops. If I have some numbers off please let me know!

(The only ones that didn't come directly off of the NDHSAA numbers was Watford City (for some reason their enrollment number wasn't listed, so I used the one in the hoopster and FCT's (Campbell-Tintah is in MN, so I found their numbers on the MN site).)


Just looking in Region 4, I know Minnewaukan (55 7-12) is actually their 9-12 enrollment. Maddock (68 7-12) and Warwick (79 7-12) are both 9-12 enrollments as well. That will change the class size of those schools/co-ops. Looking through the other regions I'm pretty sure Rugby is 210 9-12 and not 7-12. Sawyer, Powers Lake, and Burke Central all should be 9-12 as well. And you said you found Watford's enrollment would be 190 in 9-12 and not 7-12 based on their numbers in the football plan. Like I said before, not your mistakes but they are just entered wrong to the NDHSAA site and the hoopster is not usually 100% correct either.
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Re: Enrollment Numbers

Postby The Schwab » Wed Mar 02, 2011 12:25 pm

well I know powers lake is a really small school, so their numbers make sense. I don't know tho, they seem right to me.
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Re: Enrollment Numbers

Postby ndlionsfan » Wed Mar 02, 2011 1:51 pm

Not that this is a big deal, but I'm bored at work today. Got to the ND DPI site and search DEN912. That's the 9-12 enrollment figures that the school have to send to the state for funding so they are accurate back at the start of the school year, so within a few now I'm sure. Only problem is the private school aren't on there. That will give you some extra homework tonight Schwab...haha (I WAS right on the schools I pointed out, you still can't win an argument with me going back to the high school days!)
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Re: Enrollment Numbers

Postby old#63 » Wed Mar 02, 2011 2:11 pm

Region 2 is about the same as what I got when I figured it out using DPI numbers. Within 1 or 2 kids per class.
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Re: Enrollment Numbers

Postby winner-within » Wed Mar 02, 2011 2:25 pm

Good job Schwab, love seeing it this way
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Re: Enrollment Numbers

Postby The Schwab » Wed Mar 02, 2011 2:36 pm

This really shows what districts and regions have the big schools.
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Re: Enrollment Numbers

Postby bestofdawest » Wed Mar 02, 2011 6:06 pm

It also shows that out of the 8 schools that made it too state, 1(grafton) is over an avg. of 70 spg (students per grade). 1(new town) is over 50 spg. 3 (Linton, Standing Rock, Bishop Ryan) are over 40 spg. 1 (oak Grove) is over 30 spg. And 2 (Dickinson Trinity and North Star) are over 20. 3 of the schools being private, it's sad there is only North Star that is truly the only "small" school to make it.Grafton's number amaze me!.

All seriousness aside...good work schwaby!
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Re: Enrollment Numbers

Postby heimer » Wed Mar 02, 2011 8:04 pm

Schwab, your motives are very mixed here. For your own sake, and the sake of your own opinion, I'd tread lightly.
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Re: Enrollment Numbers

Postby old#63 » Wed Mar 02, 2011 9:05 pm

bestofdawest wrote:It also shows that out of the 8 schools that made it too state, 1(grafton) is over an avg. of 70 spg (students per grade). 1(new town) is over 50 spg. 3 (Linton, Standing Rock, Bishop Ryan) are over 40 spg. 1 (oak Grove) is over 30 spg. And 2 (Dickinson Trinity and North Star) are over 20. 3 of the schools being private, it's sad there is only North Star that is truly the only "small" school to make it.Grafton's number amaze me!.

All seriousness aside...good work schwaby!

Grafton's numbers amaze you? Why would you be amazed that when ND had a cutoff of 325 in order to play in the class B ranks that one of the schools in class B has 265 kids? Doesn't seem that amazing to me.
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Re: Enrollment Numbers

Postby The Schwab » Wed Mar 02, 2011 9:46 pm

heimer wrote:Schwab, your motives are very mixed here. For your own sake, and the sake of your own opinion, I'd tread lightly.


I'm wondering what you mean. Didn't do it to downplay the accomplishments of the teams who made the state tournament. If anything I did it to show how the small schools with small numbers are working their butts off to compete against the big schools.
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Re: Enrollment Numbers

Postby bestofdawest » Wed Mar 02, 2011 9:58 pm

old#63 wrote:
bestofdawest wrote:It also shows that out of the 8 schools that made it too state, 1(grafton) is over an avg. of 70 spg (students per grade). 1(new town) is over 50 spg. 3 (Linton, Standing Rock, Bishop Ryan) are over 40 spg. 1 (oak Grove) is over 30 spg. And 2 (Dickinson Trinity and North Star) are over 20. 3 of the schools being private, it's sad there is only North Star that is truly the only "small" school to make it.Grafton's number amaze me!.

All seriousness aside...good work schwaby!

Grafton's numbers amaze you? Why would you be amazed that when ND had a cutoff of 325 in order to play in the class B ranks that one of the schools in class B has 265 kids? Doesn't seem that amazing to me.


Sorry i meant Grafton's spg amazes me, i never thought they'd be that big is what im saying..
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Re: Enrollment Numbers

Postby larrybird33 » Wed Mar 02, 2011 10:10 pm

bestofdawest wrote:
old#63 wrote:
bestofdawest wrote:It also shows that out of the 8 schools that made it too state, 1(grafton) is over an avg. of 70 spg (students per grade). 1(new town) is over 50 spg. 3 (Linton, Standing Rock, Bishop Ryan) are over 40 spg. 1 (oak Grove) is over 30 spg. And 2 (Dickinson Trinity and North Star) are over 20. 3 of the schools being private, it's sad there is only North Star that is truly the only "small" school to make it.Grafton's number amaze me!.

All seriousness aside...good work schwaby!

Grafton's numbers amaze you? Why would you be amazed that when ND had a cutoff of 325 in order to play in the class B ranks that one of the schools in class B has 265 kids? Doesn't seem that amazing to me.


Sorry i meant Grafton's spg amazes me, i never thought they'd be that big is what im saying..


They were class A less than a decade ago
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Re: Enrollment Numbers

Postby old#63 » Wed Mar 02, 2011 10:32 pm

bestofdawest wrote:
old#63 wrote:
bestofdawest wrote:It also shows that out of the 8 schools that made it too state, 1(grafton) is over an avg. of 70 spg (students per grade). 1(new town) is over 50 spg. 3 (Linton, Standing Rock, Bishop Ryan) are over 40 spg. 1 (oak Grove) is over 30 spg. And 2 (Dickinson Trinity and North Star) are over 20. 3 of the schools being private, it's sad there is only North Star that is truly the only "small" school to make it.Grafton's number amaze me!.

All seriousness aside...good work schwaby!

Grafton's numbers amaze you? Why would you be amazed that when ND had a cutoff of 325 in order to play in the class B ranks that one of the schools in class B has 265 kids? Doesn't seem that amazing to me.


Sorry i meant Grafton's spg amazes me, i never thought they'd be that big is what im saying..

Gotcha. Actually, Grafton is losing enrollment like most rural communities. Twenty years ago class sizes in Grafton were averaging about 100 per grade. Now, some classes in the grade school are below 50 per grade. Grafton was able to move down to class B basketball a few years ago when high school enrollments dropped below the 325 mark. Grafton is still a big hockey town though. The normal mix of the boys that play high school sports is 50 or 60% hockey, 30 or 35% BB, and 10 or 15% wrestle. And like most schools, only about half the kids play sports. So in a normal class of 65, half are boys, and half play sports. So that means on average about 9 play hockey, 5 play BB, and 2 wrestle.
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Re: Enrollment Numbers

Postby northdakota201 » Thu Mar 03, 2011 1:05 am

in district 6 you have many errors
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Re: Enrollment Numbers

Postby The Schwab » Thu Mar 03, 2011 8:46 am

northdakota201 wrote:in district 6 you have many errors


Well then please tell me what they are so I can fix them! I got these numbers off of the NDHSAA site.
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Re: Enrollment Numbers

Postby Bisonguy06 » Thu Mar 03, 2011 9:55 am

heimer wrote:Schwab, your motives are very mixed here. For your own sake, and the sake of your own opinion, I'd tread lightly.


Seems pretty clear to me that Schwab is just laying out the facts in terms of numbers, and that he is doing his best to be accurate. This looks like some sort of threat to me. Totally uncalled for.
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Re: Enrollment Numbers

Postby bestofdawest » Thu Mar 03, 2011 11:13 am

larrybird33 wrote:
bestofdawest wrote:
old#63 wrote:
bestofdawest wrote:It also shows that out of the 8 schools that made it too state, 1(grafton) is over an avg. of 70 spg (students per grade). 1(new town) is over 50 spg. 3 (Linton, Standing Rock, Bishop Ryan) are over 40 spg. 1 (oak Grove) is over 30 spg. And 2 (Dickinson Trinity and North Star) are over 20. 3 of the schools being private, it's sad there is only North Star that is truly the only "small" school to make it.Grafton's number amaze me!.

All seriousness aside...good work schwaby!

Grafton's numbers amaze you? Why would you be amazed that when ND had a cutoff of 325 in order to play in the class B ranks that one of the schools in class B has 265 kids? Doesn't seem that amazing to me.


Sorry i meant Grafton's spg amazes me, i never thought they'd be that big is what im saying..


They were class A less than a decade ago


Oh well I didnt know that! Thanks for the info buddy
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Re: Enrollment Numbers

Postby scruffy » Thu Mar 03, 2011 12:10 pm

bestofdawest wrote:It also shows that out of the 8 schools that made it too state, 1(grafton) is over an avg. of 70 spg (students per grade). 1(new town) is over 50 spg. 3 (Linton, Standing Rock, Bishop Ryan) are over 40 spg. 1 (oak Grove) is over 30 spg. And 2 (Dickinson Trinity and North Star) are over 20. 3 of the schools being private, it's sad there is only North Star that is truly the only "small" school to make it.Grafton's number amaze me!.

All seriousness aside...good work schwaby!

So for all the flack Trinity takes....they're a small school. That makes their run over the last 13 years even more amazing.
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Re: Enrollment Numbers

Postby ndlionsfan » Thu Mar 03, 2011 12:17 pm

But it was brought up in another post that Trinity's enrollment is actually 160 in 9-12, meaning 40 kids per grade. Not huge by any means, but changes the perception of under 30 per class.
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Re: Enrollment Numbers

Postby bestofdawest » Thu Mar 03, 2011 5:29 pm

scruffy wrote:
bestofdawest wrote:It also shows that out of the 8 schools that made it too state, 1(grafton) is over an avg. of 70 spg (students per grade). 1(new town) is over 50 spg. 3 (Linton, Standing Rock, Bishop Ryan) are over 40 spg. 1 (oak Grove) is over 30 spg. And 2 (Dickinson Trinity and North Star) are over 20. 3 of the schools being private, it's sad there is only North Star that is truly the only "small" school to make it.Grafton's number amaze me!.

All seriousness aside...good work schwaby!

So for all the flack Trinity takes....they're a small school. That makes their run over the last 13 years even more amazing.


Not really.. they are private, hold the district and region tournament, and they have class A kids coming down alot to get some playing time(theres a term for the last line but i wont say it :P) Im acctually surprised they dont go every year
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Re: Enrollment Numbers

Postby scruffy » Thu Mar 03, 2011 6:54 pm

Districts were held in Hazen, on years when the regional was held in Hazen or Beulah... they still won and these kids on the roster have been in the school since grade one and the school doesn't take advantage of our states "open enrollment" policy like many schools do.. I'd say they have a pretty good program and I understand why some would be jealous.
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