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Burke County Free/Reduced Statistics

School Name         Total Total
%Reduced %Free Reduced Free Free + Reduced Enrollment
Blakeney Elementary 12% 73% 97 593 690 812
Burke County High School 14.80% 64% 173 747 9.2 1167
Burke County Middle School 14.10% 69% 141 691 832 1000
S G A Elementary School 11.90% 79% 40 263 303 334
Waynesboro Primary School 9.20% 78% 101 848 949 1095
System Total              3,694        4,408

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