Posted: 4:16 pm Tuesday, November 29th, 2011

FHSAA releases fall 2011 student population report 

By Jeff Greer

The FHSAA released its Fall 2011 Member School Student Population Report, and Boca Raton is the largest high school in Palm Beach County.

Here’s the link to the full report. And here’s a breakout of area schools:

American Heritage: 578
Atlantic: 2,157
Benjamin: 427
Berean Christian: 149
Boca Raton: 2,981
Boca Raton Christian: 109
Boynton Beach: 1,478
Cardinal Newman: 573
Centennial: 2,461
Clewiston: 860
Community Christian: 65
Donna Klein Jewish: 118
Dwyer: 2,325
FAU High: 181
Forest Hill: 1,834
Fort Pierce Central: 2,515
Fort Pierce Westwood: 1,255
Glades Central: 1,061
Glades Day: 146
Grandview Prep: 81
Inlet Grove: 849
Jensen Beach: 1,633
John Carroll: 410
John I. Leonard: 2,500
Jupiter: 2,815
Jupiter Christian: 236
King’s Academy: 439
Lake Worth: 2,110
Lake Worth Christian: 164
Lincoln Park: 1,025
Martin County: 1,843
Morningside: 68
Okeechobee: 1,663
Olympic Heights: 2,059
Pahokee: 490
Palm Beach Central: 2,864
Palm Beach Gardens: 2,530
Palm Beach Lakes: 1,694
Park Vista: 2,888
Pope John Paul II: 473
Port St. Lucie: 1,932
Royal Palm Beach: 2,078
Santaluces: 2,305
Seminole Ridge: 2,559
South Fork: 1,837
Spanish River: 2,381
St. Andrew’s: 596
Summit Christian: 136
Suncoast: 1,510
Treasure Coast: 2,423
Trinity Christian: 156
Village Academy: 169
Wellington: 2,428
Wellington Christian: 101
West Boca Raton: 2,222
Yeshiva: 255

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