High Schools in Pasadena, TX

Map of Pasadena, TX with School District Boundaries

School Type Students Student to Teacher Ratio Free or Reduced Lunch School District
Apostolic Christian Academy Private 41 5.0
Bondy Int Public 1,002 17.6 62%
Community School Public
Deepwater Jr High School Public 642 14.9 84%
Faith Christian Academy Private 73 9.0
First Baptist Christian Academy Private 377 13.0
Guidance Center Public
Jackson Int Public 758 16.0 93%
Miller Int Public 771 14.6 88%
New High School - Cte Public
New Middle - Gilley's Public
New Middle - Queens Public
Pasadena High School Public 2,413 14.9 83%
Pasadena Memorial High School Public 2,823 16.0 60%
Pueblos Royal Christian School Private 66 6.0
Sam Rayburn High School Public 2,920 16.2 80%
San Jacinto Int Public 619 15.3 87%
Southmore Int Public 801 16.9 91%
Tegeler Career Center Public
The Summit (high School) Public 100 7.3 83%

Listed below are all public and private high schools located in Pasadena, 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
Pasadena 20
Pearland 10
Deer Park 6
Channelview 2
Huston 1
Galena Park 1

Number of Schools in Pasadena Compared Statewide

Pasadena has 20 school(s)

Number of Schools
Pasadena 52.16
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
Pasadena 13406
Pearland 8625
Deer Park 5512
Channelview 2298
Galena Park 1963
Huston 46

Number of Students in Pasadena Compared Statewide

Pasadena has 13406 students(s)

Number of Schools
Pasadena 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
Huston 6
Galena Park 14.9
Channelview 15.6
Pasadena 15.7
Deer Park 16.2
Pearland 17.4

Student Teacher Ratio in Pasadena Compared Statewide

Pasadena has a 15.7 student teacher ratio

Student Teacher Ratio in Pasadena 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
Pasadena 15.62
16.06
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
Huston 0.0000
Pearland 0.2625
Deer Park 0.4187
Channelview 0.6971
Pasadena 0.7406
Galena Park 0.8253

Free and Reduced Lunch Percentage in Pasadena Compared Statewide

Pasadena has a 74.1% Free and Reduced Lunch Percentage

Free and Reduced Lunch Percentage in Pasadena Compared Statewide
0
0.081556
0.17624
0.2238
0.26406
0.2883
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
Pasadena 0.7343
0.763812
0.800068
0.837524
0.888952
0.970272

Other Nearby Cities

City Students Distance
Pasadena, TX 13,406 0 miles
Galena Park, TX 1,963 5 miles
Deer Park, TX 5,512 5 miles
Huston, TX 46 5 miles
Channelview, TX 2,298 10 miles
Pearland, TX 8,625 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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