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Madison County - Powered by Blue Grass Energy

1201 Lexington Road
Nicholasville, KY 40340
P: +1 888-546-4243

Overview

Madison County shows it has 86% percent high school graduates, that are 25 or older, or better which is the 2nd most of all the counties in the area. Madison County indicates it has 29% percent with a bachelors degree or higher which is the 3rd most of all other counties in the area.
   
http://www.towncharts.com/Kentucky/Education/Madison-County-KY-Education-data.html

Enrollment

Figure 24 shows the total school enrollment for all grades at the school using NCES Common Core data. Looking at Enrollment for Area Schools we find that Madison Central High School ranks the largest with a value of 1,762 enrolled students. The next largest values are for: Madison Southern High School (1,077), White Hall Elementary School (763), B. Michael Caudill Middle School (610), and Glenn R Marshall Elementary School (587). The difference between the highest value (Madison Central High School) and the next highest (Madison Southern High School) is that the enrolled students is about is 63.6% larger.

http://www.towncharts.com/Kentucky/Education/Madison-County-KY-Education-data.html

Attainment

FIGURE 1:shows the number of people age 25 years or older who have graduated from high school or have completed the GED or equivalent credential. Madison County shows it has 86% percent high school graduates or better which is the 2nd most of all the counties in the area. The county with the highest percent high school graduates or better in the area is Fayette County with a high school graduates of 90% measures only about 4.6% larger.
http://www.towncharts.com/Kentucky/Education/Madison-County-KY-Education-data.html

Community Education

EKU's Community Education Department offers a wide variety of non-credit classes that are open to the general public. Courses are taught by EKU faculty and staff, community professionals and local tradespersons. Most classes are held on the Richmond campus where participants enjoy a relaxed learning atmosphere. Over 100 non-credit courses are offered by Community Education each semester. Their office hours are Monday - Friday: 8 am - 4:30 pm (closed 12 - 1 pm for lunch).
Phone Number: 859-622-1228
http://communityeducation.eku.edu/

Education and Workforce Partnership Efforts

At the end of the sophomore year, students receiving gifted education services are invited to apply for Youth Leadership Madison County, a joint project of the Madison County Business and Education Partnership (MCBEP) and Leadership Madison County. This leadership program for gifted and talented students offered in their junior year is intended to promote the positive aspects of leadership and community involvement by providing young adults with informal educational experiences throughout Madison County and beyond. Each day-session is planned and led by community leaders and coordinated by school personnel. A maximum of 35 students, representing each of the county's four high schools, are selected to participate in five day-sessions encompassing the following topics:
  1. Orientation
  2. The New Economy
  3. Arts and Entertainment
  4. Government
  5. Health and Wellness
http://www.richmondchamber.com/chamber-committees.html

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Data Name Value Percent
Enrollments (ages 3+)
K - 12th grade 13,239 15.61%
College, Undergrad. 12,540 14.78%
Grad. or Prof. School 1,373 1.62%
Enrollments (ages 18 to 24)
Enrolled in College or Grad. School 11,140 70.57%
Attainment (ages 18 to 24)
Less than 9th Grade 7 0.04%
9th - 12th Grade With No Diploma 685 4.34%
High School Diploma 4,032 25.54%
Some College or Associate's Degree 9,677 61.30%
Bachelor's Degree or Higher 1,385 8.77%
Attainment (ages 25+)
Less than 9th Grade 3,293 6.20%
9th - 12th Grade With No Diploma 4,281 8.06%
High School Diploma 15,554 29.28%
Some College or Associate's Degree 14,523 27.34%
Bachelor's Degree 9,272 17.46%
Graduate or Professional Degree 6,192 11.66%
Percentage, High School Graduate or Higher   85.74%
Percentage, Bachelor's Degree or Higher   29.11%
Type Count
Public Schools 26
Primary 12
Name Count
Berea Independent 1
Madison County 11
Middle 7
Name Count
Berea Independent 1
Madison County 6
High 6
Name Count
Berea Independent 1
Kentucky Tech System 1
Madison County 4
Other 1
Name Count
Madison County 1
Not Specified 0
Private Schools 3
Elementary 3
Name Count
Catholic 1
Other religion 2
Secondary 0
Combined 0
College & University Enrollments

An institution could report no enrollments, particularly if it just opened and is now accepting students for a future academic period.

  Type Ugrad Grad Total
Four-Year Universities
Berea College Private 1,716 0 1,716
Eastern Kentucky University Public 16,209 3,189 19,398
Community Colleges
No Higher Education Institutions
Vocational / Technical Colleges
No Higher Education Institutions
Degrees By Major

Awards are listed if that field of study is available. There may be zeroes if no one graduated with an award in that field. But it is useful to know that study option exists.

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Awards By Major

Awards are listed if that field of study is available. There may be zeroes if no one graduated with an award in that field. But it is useful to know that study option exists.

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