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Wednesday, August 12, 2015
Nassau and St. Johns enrollment up
From Action News: Students who they believe are sneaking into Yulee High School.
Nassau County Schools said the projected enrollment for the school year was 1,200 students; however, about 1,300 students enrolled.
Specifically they are looking at First Coast high school students who may be fleeing the school under the leadership of Al Brennan.
Then in St. Johns County their enrollment is up nearly five percent.
From News4Jax: This year, student enrollment is expected to grow by about 1,500 students and, according to the St. Johns County Schools Superintendent Joe Joyner, there aren't enough schools and permanent classrooms for all of those children.