BRONXVILLE, N.Y. -- Schools Superintendent David Quattrone said the district could see a 2.2 percent spike in population over the next five years.
Regular education enrollment is expected to rise from 1,718 to 1,757 students based on historical trends, private school enrollment and live births.
The largest population spike will be at the high school, which could jump from 500 to 599 over the next five years. The 20 percent spike in student population in the high school would create the need to add staff, space and change delivery models.
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