enrollment

[ en-rohl-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF enrollment

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENROLLMENT

The Sabbath school had an enrollment of 112 and an average attendance of 52.

The average attendance in 1902 reached nearly 83 per cent of the enrollment.

This marked the high water mark in the per cent of enrollment.

In the same year the Negro night schools had an enrollment of 472.

One of these schools had an enrollment of 96 pupils and the other 94.

The enrollment of students for the year has numbered 725 in all grades.

After it is enrolled it is compared by the committee on enrollment in each House.

This enrollment was the evidence as well as the foundation of his civil privileges.

The enrollment of all village Sunday schools is about 47 per cent.

The Clayton High School has twelve teachers and an enrollment of 225.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ENROLLMENT

matriculation

nounregistration
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