Facts & Figures

  • Student reading a novel

    At Pueblo School District 60, our mission is to provide a high-quality education that assures each student the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to lead a life of purpose and impact.

    Serving more than 16,000 students from the close-knit, historic community of Pueblo, which currently includes over 110,000 residents. D60's 16,000 students are served by 30 schools: 17 elementary schools, four middle schools, four high schools, an alternative/online high school, two International Baccalaureate magnet schools and two charter schools.

  • 2018/19 Student Data Points

    Source: Colorado Department of Education

    Per Pupil Revenue: $8,373.85/student/year

     

    Enrollment & Ethnicity

    • Enrollment: 16,405
      • Male/Female: 51.7% Males (8,474), 48.3% Females (7,931)
      • Ethnicity: 75.3% Minority (12,354)
        • 70.2% Hispanic (11,509)
        • 1.9% Black (310)
        • 0.6% Asian (104)
        • 0.6% Native American (98)
        • 1.9% Two or more races (309)
        • 0.1% Native Hawaiian (24)
        • 24.7% White, Not Hispanic (4,051)

     

    Miscellaneous

    • Free & Reduced Lunch: 79.92% (13,111)
    • Gifted & Talented: 3.53% (579)
    • Exceptional Students: 13.81% (2,266)
    • Online (Paragon/Dutch Clark): 0.54% (89)
    • Homeless: 2.07% (340)
    • English Language Learners: 5.57% (914)
    • Expelled: 0.01% (1 receiving services)
    • Migrant: 0.10% (17)
    • Immigrant: 0.02% (4)
    • Federal Title I: 41.35% (6,784)
    • Military: 4 students, 3 families
  • Graduation Rate 81.8%
  • Completer Rate 82.2%
  • Dropout Rate 1.6%
  • Mobility Rate 9.3%