My first gig was a 1/2 with 7 students. I then had 14 3rd graders, 12 3rd graders, 10 6th graders, 18 5/6, and back to 10 6th. We are growing, and some of our classes have been split because they reached 30. The 5th grade for instance has over 30 and is two separate classes now.

School #1 - 3 years teaching K
Year #1: 26 Kinders! It only lasted 6 weeks when I told them they must hire another teacher to split the class or hire another teacher to replace me! They hired another teacher and we were split 13 and 13.
Year #2 and #3 both had 18 students.

School #2
Year #1 (1st grade) 10 students
Year #2 (1st grade) 15 students
Year #3 (2nd grade) 14 students
Year #4 (2nd grade) I'm up to 24 so far. They "hope" to get me a part-time aide, though they can't promise that due to finances.

I have four 7th graders and 2 eighth graders. This year I have a couple of high school classes as well. There are 3, maybe 4 9th graders and 4 sophomores.

I am teaching grade 3 this year and will have 21 students. I had 26 last year. We don't have any split grades in our school which I think is what attracts many families to our school.

Wow, I am amazed that so many teach such small classes. I can't believe the school can afford to stay open and pay salaries with that few kids. nice...

Most years, I've had 18 which is our maximum in Lower School. This year enrollment is up, and they're splitting 4th and 5th grades into two sections each, around 12-15 students.

My first year teaching I had a 4th/5th combo with 5 4th graders and 4 5th graders.

I'm in Indiana which authorized school vouchers for private schools this year. Our numbers have been declining, and they closed one of our two fourth grades, so I am the only teacher starting this year. We were only expecting to have 20, but because of the vouchers we have 28 and counting! I've never had such a big class before, and it is making me nervous! I'm actually hoping we get to 32, because then we can hire back our other teacher and split it into two classes again!

I teach 2nd grade and will have 31 in my class this year. I do have a full time aide which helps a lot! Still--it is a lot of kiddos to keep track of and fit into one room.

I moved to fourth grade this year and will have 17 students but the other teacher will have 20, so I will get any and all new students that enroll.
However, we have the smallest group in elementary. Most grades will have 21-24 students in each class. (mostly two but some have three classes per grade level) I haven't heard how enrollment overall has done but it seems as if we came out alright.