information presents school enrollment by level of school for persons aged 3 years and over in five counties in Colorado state. The counties are Alamosa, Boulder, Costilla, Denver, and Hinsdale. The raw data has been transformed into percentages so that counties with large populations such as Denver and Boulder do not eclipse the other three smaller counties when making visual presentations of the data. Using percentages makes it easier to compare enrolment rates among the different groups and among all five counties. The graphs represent enrolment rates for different categories with all five counties bundled together.The raw data indicates that Boulder and Denver have the highest population among the five counties sampled. Boulder has a population of 280,494 while Denver’s population is 551,108. Hinsdale has the lowest population at 470 persons. Overall, Colorado State has a total population of 4,685,920 persons. 72.4% of these (3,392,416) are not enrolled in school while the rest are enrolled in school at various levels.A preliminary analysis of the data as shown in the graph indicates that the largest proportions of residents of the five counties are not enrolled in school as compared to those in school. Hinsdale and Costilla have the highest rates of persons not enrolled in school while Alamosa County has the lowest value. Alamosa County also leads in the proportion of persons in school followed by Boulder and Denver counties.