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Atlantic County Vocational School District

  • Schools
    2
  • Students
    1,647
  • Teachers
    134

Atlantic County Vocational School District is a public school district in New Jersey. They serve 1,647 students across 2 schools.

  • Contact Atlantic County Vocational School District Contact data is sourced from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) annual survey process, so apologies if it's out of date!

  • (609) 625-2249
  • 5080 Atlantic Ave
  • Mays Landing, NJ-2098
  • Website

Atlantic County Vocational School District Students

63%
of students receive free or reduced price lunch We receive data about students' economic need from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) based on the Free or Reduced Price Lunch scale. Learn more.
Source: the National Center for Education Statistics
61%
of its student body are Black, Latino, Native American, or Asian Numbers may not add up to 100 due to NCES survey limitations.

Schools in districts that mainly serve students of color receive substantially less state and local support than similar districts that serve primarily white students. Learn more about this gap, why it exists, and how you can help close it.

Atlantic County Vocational School District Funding Data from the NCES School District Finance Survey

Atlantic County Vocational School District had a total revenue of $34.1 million in the 2016-17 school year. 67.9% came from local sources, 27.3% from state sources, and 4.8% from federal sources.

Atlantic County Vocational School District had a per-pupil revenue of $20,676 per pupil in the 2016-17 school year. 67.9% came from local sources, 27.3% from state sources, and 4.8% from federal sources.

Source: National Center for Education Statistics

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