Alabama Public Schools

Alabama is the #23 largest school system in the United States, serving 547 students across 1,589 public schools.
Minority enrollment is 42% (majority Black), which is less than the national average of 43%.
The student:teacher ratio of 15:1 is more than the 14:1 national average.

Student by Ethnicity

(AL) School Average
American Indian
1%
Asian
1%
Hispanic
5%
Black
35%
White
58%
Unknown
n/a
  • County
    # Schools
    # Students
    % Minority
  • 1414 Schools |
    8,8878,887 Students |
    30% 30% Minority
  • 4747 Schools |
    28,64528,645 Students |
    21% 21% Minority
  • 1111 Schools |
    3,8193,819 Students |
    69% 69% Minority
  • 1212 Schools |
    3,5393,539 Students |
    25% 25% Minority
  • 1919 Schools |
    9,8879,887 Students |
    16% 16% Minority
  • 55 Schools |
    1,5571,557 Students |
    99% 99% Minority
  • 77 Schools |
    3,3513,351 Students |
    62% 62% Minority
  • 4141 Schools |
    18,44118,441 Students |
    32% 32% Minority
  • 1616 Schools |
    6,1966,196 Students |
    48% 48% Minority
  • 88 Schools |
    4,0874,087 Students |
    17% 17% Minority
  • 1313 Schools |
    7,7397,739 Students |
    24% 24% Minority
  • 55 Schools |
    1,7901,790 Students |
    67% 67% Minority
  • 1111 Schools |
    4,7644,764 Students |
    60% 60% Minority
  • 66 Schools |
    2,0382,038 Students |
    25% 25% Minority
  • 88 Schools |
    2,6762,676 Students |
    8% 8% Minority
  • 1919 Schools |
    9,3119,311 Students |
    32% 32% Minority
  • 2727 Schools |
    8,3178,317 Students |
    25% 25% Minority
  • 77 Schools |
    1,6591,659 Students |
    84% 84% Minority
  • 44 Schools |
    1,1761,176 Students |
    47% 47% Minority
  • 1515 Schools |
    5,9035,903 Students |
    21% 21% Minority
  • 44 Schools |
    2,2412,241 Students |
    38% 38% Minority
  • 3737 Schools |
    12,60612,606 Students |
    8% 8% Minority
  • 1919 Schools |
    7,4847,484 Students |
    33% 33% Minority
  • 2929 Schools |
    7,7817,781 Students |
    88% 88% Minority
  • 1919 Schools |
    11,78811,788 Students |
    37% 37% Minority
  • 2121 Schools |
    14,09414,094 Students |
    30% 30% Minority
  • 1818 Schools |
    5,7425,742 Students |
    47% 47% Minority
  • 4545 Schools |
    17,01217,012 Students |
    27% 27% Minority
  • 66 Schools |
    2,4392,439 Students |
    16% 16% Minority
  • 1313 Schools |
    5,7785,778 Students |
    25% 25% Minority
  • 1212 Schools |
    3,9913,991 Students |
    20% 20% Minority
  • 66 Schools |
    1,2891,289 Students |
    100% 100% Minority
  • 77 Schools |
    2,5542,554 Students |
    71% 71% Minority
  • 88 Schools |
    2,7772,777 Students |
    41% 41% Minority
  • 3030 Schools |
    14,85514,855 Students |
    46% 46% Minority
  • 2525 Schools |
    8,4218,421 Students |
    14% 14% Minority
  • 216216 Schools |
    95,54795,547 Students |
    58% 58% Minority
  • 55 Schools |
    2,4452,445 Students |
    18% 18% Minority
  • 2222 Schools |
    13,05513,055 Students |
    18% 18% Minority
  • 1111 Schools |
    3,4573,457 Students |
    30% 30% Minority
  • 3333 Schools |
    20,36620,366 Students |
    44% 44% Minority
  • 1919 Schools |
    11,10211,102 Students |
    24% 24% Minority
  • 99 Schools |
    1,8281,828 Students |
    99% 99% Minority
  • 77 Schools |
    3,3313,331 Students |
    83% 83% Minority
  • 8989 Schools |
    50,90250,902 Students |
    41% 41% Minority
  • 1414 Schools |
    4,4564,456 Students |
    60% 60% Minority
  • 1414 Schools |
    4,5694,569 Students |
    7% 7% Minority
  • 3434 Schools |
    16,09716,097 Students |
    21% 21% Minority
  • 117117 Schools |
    63,00363,003 Students |
    55% 55% Minority
  • 3434 Schools |
    16,09716,097 Students |
    21% 21% Minority
  • 1010 Schools |
    3,7983,798 Students |
    54% 54% Minority
  • 7171 Schools |
    31,29731,297 Students |
    86% 86% Minority
  • 4949 Schools |
    21,16921,169 Students |
    29% 29% Minority
  • 55 Schools |
    1,7891,789 Students |
    99% 99% Minority
  • 1010 Schools |
    2,8452,845 Students |
    61% 61% Minority
  • 1111 Schools |
    4,2894,289 Students |
    59% 59% Minority
  • 1111 Schools |
    3,5523,552 Students |
    29% 29% Minority
  • 1919 Schools |
    7,7627,762 Students |
    58% 58% Minority
  • 2727 Schools |
    12,27212,272 Students |
    14% 14% Minority
  • 5252 Schools |
    32,02932,029 Students |
    26% 26% Minority
  • 77 Schools |
    1,2551,255 Students |
    99% 99% Minority
  • 3636 Schools |
    12,38412,384 Students |
    43% 43% Minority
  • 1111 Schools |
    5,4035,403 Students |
    40% 40% Minority
  • 6060 Schools |
    27,10727,107 Students |
    50% 50% Minority
  • 2929 Schools |
    10,28610,286 Students |
    11% 11% Minority
  • 88 Schools |
    3,3143,314 Students |
    40% 40% Minority
  • 88 Schools |
    1,9761,976 Students |
    100% 100% Minority
  • 1515 Schools |
    4,4064,406 Students |
    5% 5% Minority
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