High Schools in Midland, TX

Map of Midland, TX with School District Boundaries

School Type Students Student to Teacher Ratio Free or Reduced Lunch School District
Abell J H Public 911 17.9 36%
Alamo J H Public 764 15.5 51%
Bynum School Private 40 3.0
Early College High School At Midland College Public 316 19.9 52%
Goddard Junior High School Public 929 15.7 46%
Greenwood High School Public 502 12.4 26%
Hillcrest School Private 32 5.0
James R Brooks Middle School Public 294 17.4 35%
Lee Freshman High School Public 773 15.7 41%
Lee High School Public 2,205 18.4 27%
Midland Alternative Program Public 16 1.3 56%
Midland Christian School Private 1,246 13.0
Midland Freshman High School Public 769 18.3 45%
Midland High School Public 2,062 17.0 28%
Premier High School Of Midland Public 130 20.0 48%
Richard Milburn Academy (midland) Public 182 18.3 53%
San Jacinto J H Public 735 17.1 48%
Trinity School Private 530 10.0
Viola M Coleman High School Public 140 12.7 41%

Listed below are all public and private high schools located in Midland, Texas. 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
Midland 19
Odessa 14
Andrews 2
Garden City 1
Stanton 1
Lenorah 1

Number of Schools in Midland Compared Statewide

Midland has 19 school(s)

Number of Schools
52.16
Midland 15.04
9.16
7.16
6
5.08
4.16
3.72
3
3
3
2.44
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1.4
1
1
1
1
1
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
Midland 12576
Odessa 12146
Andrews 939
Lenorah 232
Stanton 213
Garden City 122

Number of Students in Midland Compared Statewide

Midland has 12576 students(s)

Number of Schools
Midland 32625.36
9069.64
5590.8
4047.36
3109.84
2449.56
2136.8
1802.92
1497.68
1256.4
1042.44
875.28
718.76
634.2
573.44
523.72
469.76
415.44
376.72
346.08
320
297.44
281.04
261.92
244.72
230.4
218.88
208.12
197.72
187.56
174.88
163.6
151.08
140.04
130.36
116.36
100.24
72.88
18.08

Student Teacher Ratio

Student Teacher Ratio in Nearby Cities

Student Teacher Ratio in Nearby Cities
Garden City 7.4
Stanton 10
Lenorah 12.1
Andrews 13.3
Odessa 16.2
Midland 16.6

Student Teacher Ratio in Midland Compared Statewide

Midland has a 16.6 student teacher ratio

Student Teacher Ratio in Midland Compared Statewide
2.452
6.296
7.108
7.592
7.96
8.292
8.564
8.832
9.116
9.308
9.508
9.692
9.872
10.072
10.348
10.532
10.708
10.92
11.112
11.38
11.636
11.832
12.024
12.208
12.416
12.724
12.952
13.228
13.572
13.832
14.164
14.508
14.852
15.296
15.62
16.06
Midland 16.536
17.236
19.448

Free and Reduced Lunch Percentage

Free and Reduced Lunch Percentage in Nearby Cities

Free and Reduced Lunch Percentage in Nearby Cities
Lenorah 0.2716
Andrews 0.2748
Midland 0.3139
Stanton 0.3897
Odessa 0.4118
Garden City 0.4344

Free and Reduced Lunch Percentage in Midland Compared Statewide

Midland has a 31.4% Free and Reduced Lunch Percentage

Free and Reduced Lunch Percentage in Midland Compared Statewide
0
0.081556
0.17624
0.2238
0.26406
0.2883
Midland 0.307344
0.332916
0.354984
0.37352
0.388564
0.403896
0.41776
0.428948
0.442812
0.455884
0.466296
0.47764
0.488328
0.498768
0.5129
0.523928
0.533
0.543856
0.556912
0.570232
0.584404
0.601628
0.619184
0.64096
0.660796
0.682412
0.70834
0.7343
0.763812
0.800068
0.837524
0.888952
0.970272

Other Nearby Cities

City Students Distance
Midland, TX 12,576 0 miles
Stanton, TX 213 20 miles
Odessa, TX 12,146 20 miles
Lenorah, TX 232 25 miles
Andrews, TX 939 35 miles
Garden City, TX 122 35 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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