Why it Matters: Revenues provide the funding to pay our bills. The primary source of a school district's funding is a state-determined per pupil allocation, which includes local property taxes. Other funding includes state and federal grants; transfers from other districts, Intermediate School Districts (ISD), and other funds. Expenditures represent the cost of providing public education. As an educational service provider to the community, expenditures cover the cost associated with running the school district, which includes pre-kindergarten through post-secondary operations. This chart displays total revenues and expenditures on a per student basis. (n058) (o213)

Data Source: The historical data presented has been loaded from information provided by the US Census Bureau or State Department of Treasury. Current and future year data has been entered by the municipality based on current budget and forecast information, or by Munetrix from available audited or budget information found in the public domain. (n032)

HVS Surrounding Districts SE - Data Table - General Fund only

School NameLies WithinEnrollment1Enrollment
Revenues per PupilExpenditures per Pupil2Expenditures
Brighton Area SchoolsLivingston ESA7,6905$8,964$8,8067No
Hartland Consolidated SchoolsLivingston ESA5,5346$9,710$9,5265No
Holly Area School DistrictOakland Schools3,2877$11,087$10,8581No
Huron Valley SchoolsOakland Schools9,1143$10,073$10,5384No
South Lyon Community SchoolsOakland Schools8,2754$9,393$9,5146No
Walled Lake Consolidated SchoolsOakland Schools14,2501$10,987$10,8572Yes
Waterford School DistrictOakland Schools9,2892$10,799$10,6143No

1Rank is based on Enrollment in descending order.

2Rank is based on Expenditures per Pupil in descending.