The Wyoming Department of Education reports that 91,938 students are enrolled in the public school system. The state has 347 public schools with 7,579 teachers. The 4-year graduation rate is 82.3%.
Wyoming school districts can set their own open enrollment policies, enabling families to send their children to a school outside of their assigned district. Charter schools are another public school option in Wyoming, which may provide a specialized curriculum. However, Wyoming does not have magnet schools. Private school is another form of school choice for Wyoming families, which may offer smaller class sizes or religious education. There are no state-run scholarships to assist with private school tuition, but there may be private scholarships available. Additionally, Wyoming families may homeschool their children; it is required to notify the state.