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PGCPS Facts and Figures

Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS), the nation’s 19 largest school district, has 207 schools, more than 125,000 students and more than 23,000 employees. The district serves a diverse student population from urban, suburban and rural communities. 


PGCPS is nationally recognized for its innovative programs and initiatives, including the expansion of Advanced Placement courses and partnerships with businesses and institutions of higher learning. 

PGCPS Enrollment*1 for SY2013-14 which include: 125,136

  • Prekindergarten: 5,641
  • Kindergarten: 10,260
  • Elementary (1-5): 47,569
  • Middle (6-8): 26,492
  • High (9-12): 35,174

*1 Source: PGCPS Pupil Accounting and School Boundaries, September 30, 2013

Pie Chart Facts and Figures

* Chart Data as of December 2013

Economically disadvantaged: 63%
Limited English proficiency
*2: 18,234 students

*2 Source: PGCPS ESOL Enrollment and Testing, February 25, 2014

International Students*3: 36,524

*3 PGCPS International Student Counseling Office as of January 31, 2014

PGCPS Enrollment Data


SAT Participation



Maryland School Assessment (MSA) Results



Advanced Placement (AP) Data



Graduating Class of 2013

• 8,019 graduates
• 5,104 accepted into college
• 1,898 students offered scholarships
• More than $91 million in scholarships awarded
• 11 Posse Scholars
• 35 National Merit Finalists
• 6 Gates Millennium Scholars

2013 Four-Year Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate

74.12% (7,167 students - 22 high schools, two vocational high schools, Evening High School, special centers and the Community Based Classroom earned their diplomas)