Heritage Survey Results

**Interactive Map**

For the 100th Day this year, we wanted to see if students in Lower School represented 100 or more countries, by heritage. By “heritage”, we mean any country in your bloodline: where are you from? Where are/were your parents or grandparents from? What about your great-grandparents?

While we did not reach the 100th country, the results were staggering: as a Lower School, we represent 58 countries. Wow! Thank you so much for responding. Please check out the interactive map (link above) and pie chart (below) for a more visual representation of the survey results.

Data in List Form

  1. Albania
  2. Argentina
  3. Australia
  4. Austria
  5. Bavaria
  6. Belarus
  7. Brazil
  8. Canada
  9. China
  10. Colombia
  11. Croatia
  12. Cuba
  13. Czechoslovakia
  14. Denmark
  15. Dominican Republic
  16. Ecuador
  17. Egypt
  18. England
  19. Finland
  20. France
  21. Germany
  22. Greece
  23. Guatemala
  24. Haiti
  25. Honduras
  26. Hong Kong
  27. Hungary
  28. India
  29. Ireland
  30. Italy
  31. Japan
  32. Kenya
  33. Laos
  34. Lebanon
  35. Lithuania
  36. Macedonia
  37. Mexico
  38. Netherlands
  39. Nigeria
  40. Norway
  41. Peru
  42. Poland
  43. Portugal
  44. Puerto Rico (territory)
  45. Russia
  46. Saudi Arabia
  47. Scotland
  48. South Africa
  49. South Korea
  50. Spain
  51. Sweden
  52. Switzerland
  53. Thailand
  54. Ukraine
  55. USA**
  56. Venezuela
  57. Vietnam
  58. Wales

*Native American: Black Foot Indian, Cherokee, Mohawk

**NOTE: I forgot to keep tally marks for the USA, ergo, data was not included on pie chart (mea culpa). Native American data was also not included because it is an ethnicity but not a country in itself.

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