Lawrence public schools' most popular names: District-wide
Every day, new parents name new children. Each year, however, different names are more popular than others.
Those trends can be seen when students get to school and find two Jacobs or three Braedens in their class.
Below is a list of the most popular names among students in Lawrence's public schools during the 2010-2011 school year, shared by at least 10 students.
Listed by number of instances
Christopher, Emma, Taylor.
Hannah, Samuel, William.
Abigail, Benjamin, Madison.
Alexis, Daniel, Grace.
David, Jackson, Samantha.
Adam, Hunter, Jessica.
Caleb, Megan, Olivia.
Christian, Dylan, Evan, Lauren, Sophia.
Connor, Ian, Sydney.
Haley, Jack, Justin, Riley.
Bailey, Blake, Cole, Jonathan, Luke, Mason.
Amanda, Dakota, Rachel, Robert.
Aidan, Alex, Chloe, Cody, Ella.
Eric, Isaiah, Katherine, Nicole, Timothy.
Charles, Elijah, Gabriel, Patrick.
Avery, Brian, Kelsey, Maria, Sean, Tristan.
Alexandra, Kayla, Natalie, Nathaniel, Shelby.
Aaron, Courtney, Henry, Jesse, Kathryn, Spencer, Zoe.
Addison, Ashton, Brianna, Carter, Dominic, Kaitlyn, Lucas, Mary, Peyton, Stephen.
Alexandria, Amber, Erin, Hailey, Hayden, Jason, Kylie, Mackenzie, Maxwell, Paige, Seth, Wyatt.
Carson, Chase, Colin, Katelyn, Maya, Miranda, Owen.
Caden, Christina, Claire, Jaden, Jake, Kenneth, Kevin, Parker, Rebecca, Sebastian, Steven.
Catherine, Garrett, Julia, Margaret, Molly, Preston.
Andrea, Brittany, Brooke, Cheyenne, Colton, Cooper, Dalton, Derek, Devin, Erica, Gabrielle, Gavin, Jared, Kimberly, Laura, Liam, Lindsey, Payton, Sara, Savannah, Scott.
Ava, Caroline, Chandler, Conner, Jenna, Leah, Levi, Lillian, Lily, Lydia, Makayla, Miles, Paul, Sadie, Travis.
Audrey, Caitlin, Danielle, Drew, Heather, Isabel, Jasmine, Jayden, Jeremiah, Kara, Mariah, Mia, Michaela, Richard, Skyler.
Abby, Amy, Aubrey, Brett, Brock, Bryce, Caitlyn, Chelsea, Dustin, Eli, Jeffrey, Jeremy, Kaylee, Max, Nolan, Raven, Sierra, Trenton, Trey.