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Schools & Programs

DDTwo by the Numbers

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We Have 27 Schools & Programs 

  • Three traditional high schools (grades 9-12)
  • Seven middle schools (grades 6-8)
  • Fifteen elementary schools (grades K-5)
  • One alternative school (grades 6-12)
  • The Dorchester County Adult Education program

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Our neighbors come from all backgrounds, and this community strength is reflected in our student population: 

  • 50% white
  • 29% Black
  • 11% Hispanic
  • 10% other
  • 53% pupils in poverty
  • 3,036 learners with disabilities
  • 3,202 multilingual learners
  • 4,512 academically gifted learners

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Our school community includes 26,522 learners and approximately 4,000 educators and staff members.

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Our Class of 2023 was offered more than $51 million in scholarships.


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We prepare students for career success through our robust Career & Technology Education (CTE) program.

Students have the opportunity to develop their skills in 16 CTE clusters that range from agriculture to eSports.

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More than 69% of our certified staff have advanced degrees.

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Our volunteers dedicated more than 48,000 hours in our schools this year.

Check out our engagement opportunities