Wyoming’s Smallest Graduating Class Has One Senior
The graduation ceremony at Glendo High School will be really short this year when the only member in the Class of 2019 receives their diploma. By default, they will also be the valedictorian.
Glendo is one of six public schools in Wyoming with a graduating class of 10 or smaller, and one of 11 schools with fewer than 20 seniors. Here are the smallest classes in the Cowboy State.
Glendo High School - 1 (down from 5 in 2018)
Chugwater High School - 3 (they also had 3 in 2018)
Little Snake River Valley High School - 5 (down from 15 in 2018)
Rock River High School - 9 (they also had 9 in 2018)
Meeteetse High School - 10 (up from 9 in 2018)
Midwest High School - 10 (they also had 10 in 2018)
Dubois High School - 11 (down from 16 in 2018)
Hulett High School - 14 (up from 13 in 2018)
Farson-Eden High School - 17 (up from 14 in 2018)
Burlington High School - 18 (down from 20 in 2019)
Kaycee High School - 18 (up from 13 in 2018)
By way of comparison, nearly 400 students will graduate this year from Natrona County High School in Casper.