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Education

SCHOOLS IN DOUGLAS have a total enrollment of 1,660 students attending two elementary schools (K-2), one intermediate school (3-5), one middle school (6-8), one high school (9-12) and 6 rural schools (K-8). The pupil to teacher ratio is 12:1.

SCHOOLS IN GLENROCK have a total enrollment of 783 students attending one elementary school (k-4), middle school (5-8), high school (9-12) and rural school. The pupil to teacher ratio is 11:1. Enrollment includes Rolling Hills students with door-to-door bus pick-up and delivery.

Higher Education:
Community and adult education programs are offered through Eastern Wyoming College in Douglas and in Glenrock for students seeking higher education foundation and vocational training in broad fields. College courses through the University of Wyoming at Casper are available to commuters. Casper is 24 miles from Glenrock and 50 miles from Douglas. In addition, the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy in Douglas provides training to law enforcement agencies state-wide and provide training programs for civilians pursuing law enforcement careers. Private technology and workforce training is also available in Douglas.