Joseph C Wilson Foundation Academy

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Contact and address info

Rochester City School District

200 Genesee St
Rochester, NY 14611

(585) 463-4100

Grade Sizes & Demographics

942 students attended Joseph C Wilson Foundation Academy in the 2008-2009 school year.

There were 63 teachers on staff, giving Joseph C Wilson Foundation Academy a student-teacher ratio of 15.0.

8th Grade - 315 Students

Joseph C Wilson Foundation Academy 8th Grade had 315 students

7th Grade - 297 Students

Joseph C Wilson Foundation Academy 7th Grade had 297 students

9th Grade - 330 Students

Joseph C Wilson Foundation Academy 9th Grade had 330 students

Latino - 13.6%

13.6% of Joseph C Wilson Foundation Academy's students are Latino

White - 8.8%

8.8% of Joseph C Wilson Foundation Academy's students are Caucasian

Black - 75.1%

75.1% of Joseph C Wilson Foundation Academy's students are of African descent

Asian - 2.2%

2.2% of Joseph C Wilson Foundation Academy's students are of Asian descent

Native American - 0.3%

0.3% of Joseph C Wilson Foundation Academy's students are Native American

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