High Schools in North Charleston, SC

Map of North Charleston, SC with School District Boundaries

School Type Students Student to Teacher Ratio Free or Reduced Lunch School District
Academic Magnet High School Public 610 13.9 4%
Charleston School Of The Arts Public 1,080 15.1 11%
Eagle Military Academy Private 32 5.0
Fort Dorchester High School Public 2,013 16.1 33%
Garrett Academy Of Technology Public 671 9.7 82%
Military Magnet Academy Public 441 11.0 87%
North Charleston Creative Arts Elementary Public
North Charleston High School Public 489 7.0 87%
Northside Christian School Private 393 16.0
Palmetto Scholars Academy Public 283 15.8 24%
R. B. Stall High School Public 1,046 11.4 83%

Listed below are all public and private high schools located in North Charleston, South Carolina. Click on the public or private school to view that specific high school's details

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Number of Schools

Number of Schools in Nearby Cities

Number of Schools
Charleston 15
North Charleston 11
Mount Pleasant 4
Goose Creek 2
Johns Island 2
Hanahan 1

Number of Schools in North Charleston Compared Statewide

North Charleston has 11 school(s)

Number of Schools
North Charleston 18.8
8.2
6.2
5.2
4
4
4
4
3.2
3
3
3
2.6
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1.2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Student Enrollment

Student Enrollment in Nearby Cities

Student Enrollment in Nearby Cities
North Charleston 7058
Charleston 6974
Mount Pleasant 4501
Goose Creek 3506
Hanahan 1042
Johns Island 463

Number of Students in North Charleston Compared Statewide

North Charleston has 7058 students(s)

Number of Schools
North Charleston 11924
5886
4127.6
3331.6
2826.2
2314.4
2102.6
1926
1706.4
1536.6
1363.8
1264.6
1176
1079.8
1027.6
977
898.4
823.4
778.6
745.2
658.2
596.4
540.4
508.8
464.4
431.4
366.6
305.2
274
232.6
159
104.6
57.4
26.4
5.8

Student Teacher Ratio

Student Teacher Ratio in Nearby Cities

Student Teacher Ratio in Nearby Cities
Johns Island 7.1
North Charleston 12.5
Charleston 12.9
Hanahan 15.9
Goose Creek 16.2
Mount Pleasant 16.9

Student Teacher Ratio in North Charleston Compared Statewide

North Charleston has a 12.5 student teacher ratio

Student Teacher Ratio in North Charleston Compared Statewide
2.34
3.08
5.72
7.92
9.26
9.92
10.26
10.88
11.9
North Charleston 12.44
12.72
12.98
13.2
13.52
13.78
14.08
14.34
14.6
15.04
15.4
15.48
15.62
15.92
16.14
16.38
16.62
16.82
16.98
17.26
17.5
17.86
18.2
18.88
19.36
19.84

Free and Reduced Lunch Percentage

Free and Reduced Lunch Percentage in Nearby Cities

Free and Reduced Lunch Percentage in Nearby Cities
Mount Pleasant 0.1253
Charleston 0.2935
Hanahan 0.4261
Johns Island 0.4320
North Charleston 0.4412
Goose Creek 0.4855

Free and Reduced Lunch Percentage in North Charleston Compared Statewide

North Charleston has a 44.1% Free and Reduced Lunch Percentage

Free and Reduced Lunch Percentage in North Charleston Compared Statewide
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0
0
0
0
0.08364
0.2222
0.28064
0.32456
0.36048
0.40626
0.4213
0.42986
0.4367
North Charleston 0.4455
0.45388
0.4653
0.4831
0.49946
0.5085
0.51664
0.53188
0.54414
0.55674
0.58496
0.61206
0.62824
0.64336
0.65346
0.68032
0.69772
0.72612
0.76368
0.80152
0.8547
0.90304

Other Nearby Cities

City Students Distance
North Charleston, SC 7,058 0 miles
Hanahan, SC 1,042 0 miles
Charleston, SC 6,974 10 miles
Goose Creek, SC 3,506 10 miles
Mount Pleasant, SC 4,501 10 miles
Johns Island, SC 463 10 miles
High Schools Elementary Schools

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

Data provided by the National Center for Education Statistics. The data displayed is compiled from the most recent sources available. For public schools this is the 2012-2013 school year. For private schools this is the 2011-2012 school year.

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