Prep Sports

Tracking area enrollment for 2018-19 Iowa high school sports

Next year's classification is determined by the state's BEDS Documents

Linn-Mar head football coach Paul James goes through a drill with linemen during football practice last summer. With a BEDS enrollment of 1,642, Linn-Mar remains the area’s largest high school and ranks No. 6 statewide. (Stephen Mally/The Gazette)
Linn-Mar head football coach Paul James goes through a drill with linemen during football practice last summer. With a BEDS enrollment of 1,642, Linn-Mar remains the area’s largest high school and ranks No. 6 statewide. (Stephen Mally/The Gazette)

The following are 2018-19 enrollments, via the state’s BEDS Documents, for area schools. Enrollment for 2018-19 is based on grades 9-11 for the 2017-18 school year. Noted information is state ranking and enrollment (with change from 2017-18 in parentheses): 

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY

6. Linn-Mar 1,642 (-8)

9. Cedar Rapids Kennedy 1,389 (-33)

10. Waterloo West 1,368 (-101)

11. Dubuque Hempstead 1,281 (+70)

13. Cedar Rapids Prairie 1,235 (+44)

15. Cedar Rapids Jefferson 1,208 (+36)

16. Iowa City High 1,201 (-51)

18. Dubuque Senior 1,168 (-31)

19. Cedar Falls 1,147 (-10)

23. Iowa City West 1,091 (-520)

27. Cedar Rapids Washington 1,043 (+36)

43. Waterloo East 744 (+2)

46. Iowa City Liberty 694 (+300)

48. Western Dubuque 684 (-24)

60. Cedar Rapids Xavier 491 (-54)

75. Dubuque Wahlert 390 (+29)

 

WAMAC

59. Marion 496 (+10)

61. Clear Creek Amana 486 (+68)

71. Maquoketa 406 (+3)

76. DeWitt Central 388 (-15)

78. Independence 386 (+15)

86. West Delaware 370 (-20)

90. Center Point-Urbana 358 (-7)

91. South Tama 355 (+11)

96. Solon 342 (no change)

98. Benton Community 336 (-5)

99. Vinton-Shellsburg 334 (+6)

106. Mount Vernon 306 (+3)

123. Williamsburg 266 (-8)

165. Dyersville Beckman 192 (-34)

 

RIVER VALLEY

104. Anamosa 316 (-2)

112. West Liberty 293 (-9)

122. Monticello 267 (+4)

127. Mid-Prairie 259 (-5)

136. Camanche 232 (no change)

143. Tipton 225 (+12)

158. West Branch 200 (+9)

160. Northeast 197 (-21)

169. Bellevue 188 (+13)

173. North Cedar 186 (-1)

177. Cascade 183 (-13)

191. Wilton 173 (no change)

195. Iowa City Regina 169 (-20)

207. Durant 160 (+2)

 

TRI-RIVERS

201. North Linn 166 (+12)

216. Alburnett 155 (+6)

222. Maquoketa Valley 150 (-3)

239. Lisbon 138 (no change)

242. East Buchanan 136 (+3)

258. Starmont 122 (-8)

261. Calamus-Wheatland 119 (-3)

266. Edgewood-Colesburg 116 (-1)

268. Midland 116 (-2)

279. Easton Valley 109 (+2)

293. Central City 102 (+1)

308. Springville 90 (+9)

336. Bellevue Marquette 56 (-9)

350. Clinton Prince of Peace 41 (-4)

351. Cedar Valley Christian 40 (+2)

 

NORTHEAST IOWA

54. Waverly-Shell Rock 548 (+15)

66. Decorah 439 (+15)

81. Charles City 383 (-2)

113. Waukon 286 (+36)

115, Oelwein 282 (+12)

119. Crestwood 274 (-30)

124. New Hampton 263 (-2)

 

SOUTH IOWA CEDAR

180. Colfax-Mingo 180 (+5)

245. Belle Plaine 134 (+1)

250. Sigourney 130 (-5)

254. BGM 125 (-5)

260. Iowa Valley 120 (-9)

264. Lynnville-Sully 117 (+4)

283. Montezuma 108 (-9)

286. North Mahaska 107 (-15)

309. English Valleys 89 (-10)

320. HLV 77 (+3)

325. Keota 75 (+7)

347. Tri-County 43 (-8)

 

UPPER IOWA

134. North Fayette Valley 240 (-9)

215. MFL MarMac 156 (+3)

233. Clayton Ridge 141 (-2)

235. South Winneshiek 141 (-12)

240. Postville 137 (+2)

303. Elkader Central 95 (-4)

310. Lansing Kee 89 (-5)

314. Turkey Valley 86 (-7)

335. West Central 57 (-1)

 

OTHERS

69. Washington 423 (-22)

121. Union Community 272 (-19)

179. Jesup 181 (-3)

229. Highland 144 (-9)

288. Lone Tree 106 (+9)

289. North Tama 106 (-4)

331. Iowa Mennonite 62 (-8)

345. Meskwaki Settlement 45 (-2)

365. Isaac Newton Christian Academy 14 (NA)

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