The Department of Education publishes an annual class size report for all schools. Here is our overview of class sizes in public elementary schools in DUMBO, Brooklyn Heights, BoCoCa, Downtown Brooklyn and beyond:

District 13 schools

  • PS 8 class size grades K-5 = 26.0 students
  • PS 9 class size grades K-5 = 26.9 students
  • PS 11 class size grades K-5 = 27.4 students
  • PS 20 class size grades K-5 = 23.6 students
  • PS 133 class size grades K-5 = 23.7 students
  • PS 307 class size grades K-5 = 19.7 students
  • Arts & Letters class size grades K-5 = 27.6 students

District 15 schools

  • PS 29 class size grades K-5 = 25.6 students
  • PS 32 class size grades K-5 = 20.9 students
  • PS 38 class size grades K-5 = 23.1 students
  • PS 58 class size grades K-5 = 25.6 students
  • Brooklyn New School class size grades K-5 = 27.5 students
  • PS 261 class size grades K-5 = 24.4 students
  • The Children’s School class size grades K-5 = 15.2 students

Break-down for PS 8 in Brooklyn Heights

Break-down for PS 9 in Prospect Heights

Break-down for PS 11 in Clinton Hill

Break-down for PS 20 in Fort Greene

Break-down PS 133 in Gowanus

Note: PS 133 is an un-zoned school that offers French and Spanish Dual Language programs. Accepts only students into the dual language programs for 1st Grade and up that are fluent in target language.

Break-down for PS 307 in Vinegar Hill

Break-down for Academy of Arts and Letters in Fort Greene

Break-down PS 29 in Cobble Hill

Break-down for PS 32 in Gowanus

Break-down for PS 38 in Downtown Brooklyn

Break-down for PS 58 in Carroll Gardens

Break-down for Brooklyn New School in Carroll Gardens

Break-down for PS 261 in Boerum Hill

Break-Down for The Children’s School in Carroll Gardens

Note: The Children’s School is based on the belief that children have different ways of learning and different ways of interacting socially. More than ten years of experience has shown that all children benefit from this unique educational and social learning environment known as “inclusion.” 100% “inclusion” classrooms where students with a range of abilities and disabilities work side by side. Two teachers and an educational assistant in each classroom.

Photo: PS 307

Source: Class size report 2017/2018 Department of Education New York City