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More than 15,000 students:

1st place: Forsyth County Forsyth County is the name of two counties in the United States:
  • Forsyth County, Georgia (located in the Atlanta Metropolitan Area)
  • Forsyth County, North Carolina
, Ga., Board of Education

2nd place: Houston County Houston County is the name of five counties in the United States:
  • Houston County, Alabama
  • Houston County, Georgia
  • Houston County, Minnesota
  • Houston County, Tennessee
  • Houston County, Texas
, Ga., Board of Education

3rd place: Board of Education of Frederick County Frederick County is the name of several counties in the United States.
  • Frederick County, Maryland
  • Frederick County, Virginia
, Md.

2,501 to 15,000 students:

1st place (tie): West Chester Area School District The West Chester Area School District covers a 75 square-mile basis, for the area of West Chester, PA. The borough of West Chester is the center of the district. The other parts include the surrounding townships of East Bradford, East Goshen, West Goshen, West Whiteland, Westtown, , Penn., School Board

1st place (tie): Jackson County Jackson County is the name of 23 counties and one parish in the United States:
  • Jackson County, Alabama
  • Jackson County, Arkansas
  • Jackson County, Colorado
  • Jackson County, Florida
  • Jackson County, Georgia
  • Jackson County, Illinois
, Ga., Board of Education

2nd place: Davies County, Ky., Board of Education

3rd place: Clarke County, Ga., School District

2,500 or fewer students:

1st place: Bleckley County, Ga., Board of Education

2nd place: Beachwood, Ohio, City School District

3rd place: Montabella Community Schools, Mich., Board of Education

Source: The Center for Digital Education, www.centerdigitaled.com, and the National School Boards Association, www.nsba.org
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