School Enrollment

Students fill a multipurpose room during an assembly at I.B. Perrine Elementary in April 2015 in Twin Falls.

DREW NASH, TIMES-NEWS FILE PHOTO

TWIN FALLS • If you have a child attending a Twin Falls school, you can expect even more overcrowding next year.

The vast majority of schools are already at or above capacity. But more students will be crammed into hallways and classrooms.

The Twin Falls School District will likely gain 293 students, according to new projections from the district. Total enrollment is expected to hit 9,185.

How crowded will your child’s school be? Here are projections put together by school principals:

Canyon Ridge High School: +82

(1,163 currently, 1,245 projected)

Twin Falls High School: +55

(1,137 currently, 1,192 projected)

Robert Middle School: +49

(945 students currently, 994 projected)

Vera C. O’Leary Middle School: +38

(907 currently, 945 projected)

Magic Valley High School: +23

(168 currently, 191 projected)

Lincoln Elementary School: +21

(557 currently, 578 projected)

Bridge Academy: +16

(84 currently, 100 projected)

Morningside Elementary School: +12

(741 currently, 753 projected)

Perrine Elementary School: +7

(797 currently, 804 projected)

Oregon Trail Elementary School: +7

(693 currently, 700 projected)

Snake River Detention Center: no change

(10 currently, 10 projected)

Harrison Elementary School: -3

(668 currently, 665 projected)

Sawtooth Elementary School: -3

(629 currently, 626 projected)

Bickel Elementary School: -11

(393 currently, 382 projected)

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