The article focused on the analysis of Hispanic school and college enrollment in South Carolina (SC), 2010-2014. Datasets were obtained for selected counties of South Carolina from the U.S. Census Bureau the period of 2010 to 2014 and were grouped into four geographical regions for the analyses at the regional level. Distribution of total enrollment was divided into three groups, Elem-Mid School, High School, and College. Descriptive, graphical, and correlational analyses were used to analyze the data. The results showed that the Coastal region in SC had the highest distribution of Hispanics; as the Hispanic population increased, school enrollment increased in SC; the increase in enrollment in Elem-Mid school in all regions indicated an increase in the younger population; and Hispanic enrollment in precollege increased in SC, but decreased for the US. These results have implications for understanding Hispanic enrollment and in developing educational policies, especially in South Carolina.