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Kings County School Districts

Brooklyn, also known as King’s County, is the most populated of the New York City boroughs as well as being the most populous county in the state. At one time a stopping point for thousands of immigrants, Brooklyn is now an amazingly diverse mix of cultures and races. Home to such favorite spots as Coney Island, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden and Prospect Park, Brooklyn is a colorful county popular for its neighborhoods and churches. Because of the incredible diversity of its people, Brooklyn County is home to some of the most diverse schools in the country. The public schools in Brooklyn are part of the New York City Department of Education, the most influential school system in the United States. Rich in the arts and sciences, the schools in Brooklyn are often on the cutting edge of technology and practices. Also among the county borders are various private schools and universities, including SUNY Downstate Medical Center and Long Island University. With its distinct culture, unique art scene and historical architecture, it’s no wonder that Brooklyn County is one of the most popular places in the state to live.

Albany County Student Enrollment

Grade
Student Count
K-Full Day
19,333
1st Grade Students
22,594
2nd Grade Students
22,170
3rd Grade Students
21,950
4th Grade Students
21,227
5th Grade Students
21,969
6th Grade Students
22,158
7th Grade Students
22,407
8th Grade Students
22,976
9th Grade Students
31,243
10th Grade Students
27,149
11th Grade Students
14,748
12th Grade Students
13,458
Total Students:
291,153

Kings Brooklyn County School Statistics

Number of public schools:
423
Number of students:
291,153
Full time principals:
416
Full time assistant principals:
834
Other full time professional staff:
2,342
Full time teachers:
21,658
Part time teachers:
1
Part time assistant principals:
5
Other part time professional staff:
74

Public School Districts in Kings Brooklyn County, NY

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Central Office
Grades Served
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