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Grover Education Level Profile and Enrollment Statistics

Grover 2012 Highest Education Level Attained

Grover data is not available. Saint Louis county data used instead.

2012 Highest Education Level Attained (Population Age 25+) Saint Louis county, MO Missouri United States
Did Not Complete High School 8.0% 12.53% 13.9%
Completed High School 22.27% 31.0% 27.74%
Some College 21.38% 23.04% 21.45%
Completed Associate Degree 7.47% 7.08% 7.76%
Completed Bachelors Degree 24.04% 16.41% 18.25%
Completed Graduate Degree 11.84% 7.26% 7.67%

The data for Saint Louis county, MO may also contain data for the following areas: Maryland Heights, Oakland, University City, Fenton, West County, Mehlville, Chesterfield, Affton, Pagedale, Sherman, Oakville, Vinita Park, Maplewood, Olivette, Ferguson, Bridgeton, Pond, Jennings, Hazelwood, North County, Grover, Richmond Heights, Rock Hill, Creve Coeur, Des Peres, Sappington, Sunset Hills, Valley Park, Town and Country, Frontenac, Warson Woods, Twin Oaks, Florissant, Kirkwood, Ladue, Ballwin, Riverview, Normandy, Breckenridge Hills, Wildwood, Berkeley, Glencoe, Ellisville, Shrewsbury, Eureka, Woodson Terrace, Charlack, Clayton, Overland, Byrnes Mill, Glendale, Brentwood, Saint Ann, Country Club Hills, Crescent, Lemay, Crestwood, Dellwood, Earth City, Saint Louis, Webster Groves, Manchester, Vitilas Reid, Kinloch

Highest Education Level Attained (Populations Age 25+): The data represents the percentage of people in the area over age 25 who have attained a particular education level.

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Grover 2012 Highest Education Enrollment

Grover data is not available. Saint Louis county data used instead.

2012 Education Enrollment (Population Age 3+) Saint Louis county, MO Missouri United States
Education Index 185.0 108.0 100
Public Pre-school 0.82% 0.94% 0.89%
Private Pre-school 1.02% 0.69% 0.71%
Public School Kindergarten 0.98% 1.21% 1.23%
Private School Kindergarten 0.35% 0.22% 0.18%
Public School Grades 1 through 4 4.31% 4.81% 4.93%
Private School Grades 1 through 4 0.98% 0.7% 0.56%
Public School Grades 5 through 8 4.39% 4.84% 4.91%
Private School Grades 5 through 8 1.54% 0.79% 0.56%
Public School Grades 9 through 12 5.1% 5.13% 5.51%
Private School Grades 9 through 12 1.2% 0.66% 0.55%
Public Undergraduate College 3.52% 4.29% 4.91%
Private Undergraduate College 2.28% 1.59% 1.4%
Public Graduate or Professional School 0.82% 0.84% 0.83%
Private Graduate or Professional School 1.32% 0.68% 0.59%
Not Enrolled in School 71.37% 72.63% 72.24%

The data for Saint Louis county, MO may also contain data for the following areas: Maryland Heights, Oakland, University City, Fenton, West County, Mehlville, Chesterfield, Affton, Pagedale, Sherman, Oakville, Vinita Park, Maplewood, Olivette, Ferguson, Bridgeton, Pond, Jennings, Hazelwood, North County, Grover, Richmond Heights, Rock Hill, Creve Coeur, Des Peres, Sappington, Sunset Hills, Valley Park, Town and Country, Frontenac, Warson Woods, Twin Oaks, Florissant, Kirkwood, Ladue, Ballwin, Riverview, Normandy, Breckenridge Hills, Wildwood, Berkeley, Glencoe, Ellisville, Shrewsbury, Eureka, Woodson Terrace, Charlack, Clayton, Overland, Byrnes Mill, Glendale, Brentwood, Saint Ann, Country Club Hills, Crescent, Lemay, Crestwood, Dellwood, Earth City, Saint Louis, Webster Groves, Manchester, Vitilas Reid, Kinloch

Education Index: The Education Index for Zip Codes and places are comprised of a combination of socio-demographic characteristics. These index scores are not based statistically upon the performance of specific schools, programs or colleges located in these areas.

Education Enrollment (Population Age 3+): The data represents the percentage of people in the area over age 3 who are currently enrolled at each type of learning institution.

Index score: (100 = National Average) for an area is compared to the national average of 100. A score of 200 indicates twice the national average, while 50 indicates half the national average.

Information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Demographic Information FAQ