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Broadneck Back-to-School: By the Numbers

A statistical snapshot of Broadneck schools, focusing on student population and the number of buses used to get them there.

Next week, more than 6,500 students from Broadneck will hop on as they head back to Anne Arundel County Public Schools (AACPS).

As families throughout the area prepare for quieter homes, back-to-school shopping and “do your homework” negotiations, Patch wanted to provide a quick numerical snapshot of what will be taking place throughout the region on the first day of school on Aug. 27.

More than 77,000 children will fill AACPS classrooms throughout the county, but only a projected 6,575 will occupy schools in the Broadneck cluster.

For the upcoming 2012-13 school year, AACPS created an official projected enrollment list that captures the anticipated number of students at various schools in the region. 

Broadneck Cluster

  • —435
  • —460
  • —710
  • —702
  • —599
  • —743
  • —769
  • —2,157

In addition to gathering how many kids are going to school next week, it’s important not to forget the buses and their many, many routes that transport the students. 

For schools in the Broadneck clusters, 101 buses will serve various communities.

AACPS published a complete online list of buses, their routes and pick-up times. The website also offers a complete rundown of all county schools, specifically broken down between various elementarymiddle and high schools.

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