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Enrollment Projections Shared
with Trustees

Nearly 4,400 students are expected to walk through the doors of its seven school buildings when the Huntington School District resumes classes on Wednesday, September 7.

An enrollment projection report compiled by Assistant Superintendent Joseph Giani was recently shared with trustees who were told that officials are keeping a close eye on class sizes.

Huntington High School expects 1,306 students, including 294 seniors. The sophomore class is projected at 356 members, making it the largest of any in the building. J. Taylor Finley Middle School's enrollment currently stands at 692, including 343 seventh graders and 349 eighth graders.

Woodhull Intermediate School's enrollment is projected at 677. Washington School is currently the largest of the four primary grade level buildings with 446 students followed by Southdown (434 students), Flower Hill (423 students) and Jefferson (413 students).

The latest enrollment report indicates that 4,391 students are registered to attend classes in the district. However, officials said that figure remains fluid.

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