The Las Vegas school district is one of the largest districts in the country. The<a title=”Clark County Schoo District” href=”http://www.ccsd.net” target=”_blank”> Clark County school district</a> encompasses Las Vegas and most of southern Nevada.
<span style=”text-decoration: underline;”><strong>The History of Clark County School District:</strong></span>
The Clark County School District began in 1956 when the Nevada Legislature mandated consolidation of all state school districts into 17 county school districts. This change meant that 14 separate school districts in Clark County would become part of the new Clark County School District. R. Guild Gray stated before a Board of School Trustees meeting on February 1, 1956 that the district would be larger than political subdivision in the state of Nevada. R. Guild Gray, who was superintendent at the time of the former Clark County School Dist. No. 2, believed the district would be larger than the state highway department with 1,300 employees and an annual budget of $7,250,000.
Prior to 1956, each of the individual school districts in the county ran independent of each other, serving their respective cities and/or CDPs. When the district began in 1956, enrollment was just over 20,000 and Clark County had about 103,000 residents. The district would continue to face challenges in the coming years. Funding was its biggest challenge and had been for many years as it contends with explosive population growth.
Below are a list of schools in Las Vegas and homes for sale in those respective areas.
<span style=”text-decoration: underline;”><strong>High Schools in Clark County:</strong></span>
ARBOR VIEW HS
CANYON SPRINGS HS
CLARK, ED W HS
DEL SOL HS
DESERT OASIS HS
DESERT PINES HS
GREEN VALLEY H
LAS VEGAS ACADEMY OF INT STUDIES, PERFORMING AND VISUAL ART
LAS VEGAS HS
PALO VERDE HS
SHADOW RIDGE HS
SIERRA VISTA HS
SPRING VALLEY HS
SUNRISE MOUNTAIN HS
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