Top New York Public Schools

Student by Ethnicity

(NY) School Average
American Indian
1%
Asian
9%
Hispanic
26%
Black
18%
White
44%
Two or more races
2%
This chart display the percentage breakdown of public school students of all ethnic groups in NY.

Top New York Public Schools by County (2018-19)

  • County
    # Schools
    # Students
    % Minority
  • 74 Schools
    40,039 Students
    43% Minority
  • 19 Schools
    6,661 Students
    4% Minority
  • 442 Schools
    228,067 Students
    96% Minority
  • 56 Schools
    27,919 Students
    24% Minority
  • 33 Schools
    13,567 Students
    15% Minority
  • 22 Schools
    9,684 Students
    13% Minority
  • 49 Schools
    18,722 Students
    22% Minority
  • 25 Schools
    12,037 Students
    19% Minority
  • 23 Schools
    7,766 Students
    7% Minority
  • 28 Schools
    10,764 Students
    5% Minority
  • 20 Schools
    7,301 Students
    24% Minority
  • 17 Schools
    6,269 Students
    7% Minority
  • 20 Schools
    5,713 Students
    9% Minority
  • 76 Schools
    40,557 Students
    35% Minority
  • 213 Schools
    125,789 Students
    37% Minority
  • 15 Schools
    3,746 Students
    4% Minority
  • 22 Schools
    7,525 Students
    17% Minority
  • 20 Schools
    7,435 Students
    9% Minority
  • 21 Schools
    8,493 Students
    13% Minority
  • 16 Schools
    5,982 Students
    15% Minority
  • 5 Schools
    442 Students
    5% Minority
  • 25 Schools
    9,475 Students
    4% Minority
  • 39 Schools
    18,120 Students
    20% Minority
  • 574 Schools
    324,074 Students
    84% Minority
  • 14 Schools
    4,322 Students
    4% Minority
  • 23 Schools
    8,032 Students
    9% Minority
  • 24 Schools
    9,180 Students
    8% Minority
  • 182 Schools
    108,734 Students
    44% Minority
  • 18 Schools
    8,412 Students
    27% Minority
  • 317 Schools
    205,329 Students
    49% Minority
  • 362 Schools
    170,631 Students
    84% Minority
  • 50 Schools
    28,687 Students
    24% Minority
  • 77 Schools
    34,710 Students
    26% Minority
  • 125 Schools
    72,134 Students
    34% Minority
  • 27 Schools
    15,109 Students
    16% Minority
  • 83 Schools
    60,627 Students
    46% Minority
  • 13 Schools
    6,435 Students
    19% Minority
  • 39 Schools
    19,384 Students
    7% Minority
  • 21 Schools
    6,784 Students
    10% Minority
  • 20 Schools
    14,439 Students
    26% Minority
  • 368 Schools
    287,316 Students
    87% Minority
  • 42 Schools
    20,312 Students
    26% Minority
  • 80 Schools
    62,754 Students
    52% Minority
  • 67 Schools
    40,286 Students
    55% Minority
  • 39 Schools
    15,407 Students
    6% Minority
  • 51 Schools
    33,385 Students
    11% Minority
  • 42 Schools
    22,368 Students
    40% Minority
  • 11 Schools
    4,309 Students
    6% Minority
  • 6 Schools
    2,120 Students
    8% Minority
  • 11 Schools
    3,922 Students
    12% Minority
  • 36 Schools
    15,029 Students
    8% Minority
  • 343 Schools
    242,095 Students
    42% Minority
  • 19 Schools
    9,573 Students
    40% Minority
  • 18 Schools
    6,842 Students
    5% Minority
  • 33 Schools
    11,244 Students
    23% Minority
  • 46 Schools
    22,901 Students
    31% Minority
  • 19 Schools
    8,941 Students
    7% Minority
  • 25 Schools
    8,947 Students
    7% Minority
  • 38 Schools
    14,695 Students
    16% Minority
  • 252 Schools
    149,815 Students
    54% Minority
  • 12 Schools
    4,591 Students
    5% Minority
  • 8 Schools
    3,130 Students
    6% Minority
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