Counties in Indiana

There are 92 counties in Indiana that contain high schools. Click on the county to view the high schools located there.

County Schools Students Free or Reduced Lunch Student to Teacher Ratio
Adams County 4 1,552 33% 13.3
Allen County 29 20,963 39% 15.9
Bartholomew County 9 5,894 34% 16.3
Benton County 1 865 39% 14.2
Blackford County 2 834 49% 17.2
Boone County 7 4,346 18% 16.6
Brown County 2 1,014 46% 14.2
Carroll County 3 1,078 37% 15.2
Cass County 6 2,534 44% 16.8
Clark County 11 6,484 40% 16.8
Clay County 2 1,482 42% 14.1
Clinton County 5 2,097 44% 12.5
Crawford County 1 698 57% 16.2
Daviess County 9 2,250 36% 14.6
Dearborn County 5 3,958 29% 19.4
Decatur County 3 1,650 40% 12.6
Dekalb County 5 3,148 30% 16.0
Delaware County 13 6,167 39% 13.4
Dubois County 7 2,680 24% 16.6
Elkhart County 25 15,845 46% 15.8
Fayette County 4 1,741 55% 16.5
Floyd County 6 4,923 31% 20.4
Fountain County 4 1,324 38% 13.0
Franklin County 3 1,859 29% 18.8
Fulton County 2 970 42% 16.6
Gibson County 4 1,762 30% 13.9
Grant County 14 5,154 45% 14.9
Greene County 7 1,994 42% 13.7
Hamilton County 24 20,689 15% 18.2
Hancock County 6 5,290 24% 20.8
Harrison County 7 2,503 37% 15.8
Hendricks County 9 10,165 22% 19.0
Henry County 7 3,199 45% 12.5
Howard County 11 4,764 38% 16.2
Huntington County 1 1,750 37% 16.5
Jackson County 8 2,477 38% 16.7
Jasper County 3 1,689 29% 16.0
Jay County 1 1,114 46% 16.1
Jefferson County 9 2,273 29% 11.5
Jennings County 4 2,288 51% 15.3
Johnson County 11 10,037 32% 19.6
Knox County 6 2,201 37% 15.8
Kosciusko County 8 4,947 42% 16.4
Lagrange County 6 2,186 37% 15.0
Lake County 51 36,343 52% 41.1
Laporte County 11 6,062 42% 15.6
Lawrence County 6 2,358 38% 18.9
Madison County 17 8,673 44% 16.5
Marion County 99 73,469 51% 15.4
Marshall County 8 4,154 36% 12.8
Martin County 2 725 41% 15.4
Miami County 4 2,129 47% 15.8
Monroe County 13 6,386 29% 14.9
Montgomery County 5 2,109 37% 13.2
Morgan County 6 4,532 35% 18.8
Newton County 2 952 45% 14.6
Noble County 7 3,026 45% 17.3
Ohio County 1 237 33% 11.3
Orange County 5 1,624 50% 15.7
Owen County 2 1,306 46% 18.5
Parke County 1 26 26.0
Perry County 4 1,419 43% 16.4
Pike County 1 564 40% 13.8
Porter County 20 11,453 28% 18.8
Posey County 4 1,553 26% 14.4
Pulaski County 2 658 41% 10.1
Putnam County 7 2,006 39% 15.2
Randolph County 5 1,683 50% 13.3
Ripley County 6 1,433 41% 13.0
Rush County 2 1,205 41% 15.3
Scott County 2 1,318 50% 19.1
Shelby County 8 2,649 38% 14.6
Spencer County 3 1,400 29% 14.3
St. Joseph County 25 15,507 44% 16.8
Starke County 3 1,294 53% 12.6
Steuben County 2 1,314 38% 18.5
Sullivan County 3 1,201 46% 14.7
Switzerland County 2 673 55% 12.2
Tippecanoe County 11 8,732 36% 16.4
Tipton County 2 1,074 33% 15.6
Union County 1 455 39% 13.6
Vanderburgh County 14 9,059 42% 13.8
Vermillion County 2 893 42% 14.4
Vigo County 9 4,674 44% 15.7
Wabash County 10 2,642 41% 15.9
Warren County 1 571 36% 14.4
Warrick County 4 3,300 26% 15.9
Washington County 3 1,515 46% 16.0
Wayne County 11 4,093 47% 14.7
Wells County 4 1,767 29% 16.3
White County 5 1,904 42% 14.5
Whitley County 3 2,355 29% 17.9
High Schools Elementary Schools

Data on U.S. Public High Schools & Private High Schools

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