Counties in Texas

There are 251 counties in Texas 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
Anderson County 12 3,102 54% 10.8
Andrews County 2 939 27% 13.3
Angelina County 20 7,370 61% 14.7
Aransas County 1 908 47% 11.2
Archer County 3 668 30% 10.0
Armstrong County 1 198 29% 8.9
Atascosa County 18 2,570 59% 13.6
Austin County 5 1,672 47% 12.6
Bailey County 2 366 76% 14.0
Bandera County 2 909 41% 11.5
Bastrop County 11 4,627 59% 14.4
Baylor County 1 145 41% 7.2
Bee County 3 1,551 58% 13.1
Bell County 53 20,053 44% 14.0
Bexar County 167 111,267 53% 15.8
Blanco County 2 494 39% 10.1
Borden County 1 239 26% 12.6
Bosque County 10 1,302 65% 9.8
Bowie County 21 5,830 50% 11.2
Brazoria County 40 24,779 39% 16.4
Brazos County 20 10,392 42% 12.7
Brewster County 3 367 54% 9.0
Briscoe County 2 408 55% 8.4
Brooks County 1 414 72% 13.1
Brown County 18 3,037 55% 18.8
Burleson County 6 853 47% 10.6
Burnet County 5 2,361 44% 14.6
Caldwell County 7 2,161 63% 12.7
Calhoun County 3 1,158 48% 14.1
Callahan County 5 781 46% 9.1
Cameron County 61 32,886 82% 14.9
Camp County 3 1,169 71% 11.1
Carson County 3 444 29% 8.6
Cass County 8 1,768 55% 9.7
Castro County 3 657 60% 9.5
Chambers County 7 3,295 30% 14.2
Cherokee County 9 3,944 65% 12.3
Childress County 1 306 49% 10.4
Clay County 5 725 37% 8.5
Cochran County 4 265 75% 5.2
Coke County 3 234 44% 7.5
Coleman County 6 500 58% 8.5
Collin County 95 58,485 20% 20.1
Collingsworth County 2 158 56% 7.3
Colorado County 5 1,247 52% 11.4
Comal County 17 9,588 28% 16.4
Comanche County 5 1,043 66% 9.9
Concho County 4 355 60% 10.4
Cooke County 1 225 9.0
Coryell County 6 3,746 43% 13.3
Cottle County 1 220 71% 9.4
Crane County 1 280 20% 7.9
Crockett County 1 205 37% 8.4
Crosby County 6 359 80% 6.5
Culberson County 1 138 65% 7.9
Dallam County 2 174 71% 7.5
Dallas County 239 168,996 57% 14.9
Dawson County 7 1,504 61% 10.9
Deaf Smith County 2 1,468 72% 13.8
Delta County 1 226 53% 9.1
Denton County 10 4,403 10.1
Dewitt County 18 1,695 48% 11.3
Dickens County 2 403 62% 9.9
Dimmit County 1 626 70% 14.6
Donley County 2 247 50% 6.5
Duval County 3 787 69% 11.5
Eastland County 7 881 56% 8.8
Ector County 14 12,146 41% 16.1
Edwards County 2 409 68% 9.2
El Paso County 105 63,943 66% 15.2
Ellis County 23 14,545 41% 14.8
Erath County 9 2,662 50% 12.2
Falls County 10 1,006 75% 10.9
Fannin County 11 2,290 50% 10.8
Fayette County 7 1,901 44% 11.2
Fisher County 3 174 41% 7.1
Floyd County 4 494 59% 8.1
Foard County 1 97 58% 9.5
Fort Bend County 52 51,171 36% 17.7
Franklin County 2 638 49% 10.9
Freestone County 7 966 41% 9.2
Frio County 6 853 71% 9.9
Gaines County 5 920 38% 9.1
Galveston County 44 22,002 35% 15.2
Garza County 3 443 63% 8.0
Gillespie County 5 1,462 33% 11.9
Glasscock County 1 122 43% 7.4
Goliad County 3 606 40% 10.7
Gonzales County 5 1,677 65% 11.5
Gray County 5 2,099 49% 11.8
Grayson County 27 7,645 44% 11.9
Gregg County 26 8,375 41% 12.2
Grimes County 5 2,034 63% 11.4
Guadalupe County 17 9,899 34% 16.5
Hale County 18 3,249 62% 12.7
Hall County 1 149 49% 8.3
Hamilton County 3 573 48% 10.1
Hansford County 2 361 46% 8.6
Hardeman County 2 233 69% 7.5
Hardin County 14 3,824 32% 13.5
Harris County 390 289,423 56% 20.7
Harrison County 14 5,459 47% 12.5
Hartley County 3 850 49% 10.9
Haskell County 3 455 68% 8.1
Hays County 18 9,421 39% 14.9
Hemphill County 1 206 35% 8.5
Henderson County 14 3,480 55% 12.8
Hidalgo County 138 77,813 79% 15.0
Hill County 25 2,927 59% 10.2
Hockley County 12 2,546 54% 10.8
Hood County 9 3,153 45% 12.8
Hopkins County 8 2,978 56% 11.3
Houston County 6 1,054 53% 9.5
Howard County 4 1,595 40% 12.3
Hudspeth County 3 376 76% 9.5
Hunt County 26 6,983 50% 12.6
Hutchinson County 4 1,184 34% 9.7
Irion County 1 165 38% 9.7
Jack County 4 688 49% 9.8
Jackson County 4 1,006 41% 11.9
Jasper County 9 2,278 51% 11.0
Jeff Davis County 3 206 60% 6.0
Jefferson County 32 13,352 52% 13.2
Jim Hogg County 1 291 75% 12.0
Jim Wells County 7 3,704 61% 13.3
Johnson County 37 13,392 41% 14.0
Jones County 5 750 50% 8.1
Karnes County 11 776 47% 11.9
Kaufman County 25 10,867 43% 14.3
Kendall County 9 4,453 17% 14.4
Kent County 1 145 39% 7.3
Kerr County 12 3,000 50% 12.5
Kimble County 1 194 42% 10.0
King County 1 96 29% 4.9
Kinney County 1 186 51% 8.8
Kleberg County 8 2,236 61% 11.6
Knox County 3 312 69% 7.5
La Salle County 1 308 83% 10.9
Lamar County 10 3,162 51% 10.1
Lamb County 6 1,005 66% 10.1
Lampasas County 3 1,353 54% 13.7
Lavaca County 5 1,302 16% 11.8
Leon County 5 1,011 46% 9.3
Liberty County 23 5,726 55% 14.9
Limestone County 7 1,244 58% 11.5
Lipscomb County 4 640 48% 8.5
Live Oak County 3 693 37% 10.9
Llano County 1 499 47% 10.6
Lubbock County 38 14,466 45% 13.3
Lynn County 4 698 56% 8.3
Madison County 2 981 66% 12.4
Marion County 2 400 53% 9.6
Martin County 2 445 33% 11.0
Mason County 1 206 52% 8.9
Matagorda County 10 2,203 57% 10.8
Maverick County 5 6,472 80% 15.9
Mcculloch County 4 640 58% 10.0
Mclennan County 73 17,365 52% 20.1
Mcmullen County 2 247 32% 10.1
Medina County 10 3,988 51% 13.3
Menard County 1 89 49% 7.6
Midland County 19 12,576 31% 15.4
Milam County 6 1,417 59% 11.8
Mills County 5 437 61% 7.0
Mitchell County 9 664 51% 11.3
Montague County 7 1,567 44% 11.4
Montgomery County 55 42,469 33% 14.8
Moore County 4 1,980 59% 12.5
Morris County 2 625 69% 9.4
Motley County 1 188 74% 9.5
Nacogdoches County 17 3,615 53% 11.6
Navarro County 12 4,503 64% 19.5
Newton County 4 752 55% 10.0
Nolan County 4 1,055 45% 9.7
Nueces County 43 20,909 50% 14.5
Ochiltree County 2 595 47% 10.2
Oldham County 4 498 62% 6.5
Orange County 9 5,890 46% 14.0
Palo Pinto County 8 2,358 53% 11.7
Panola County 7 2,075 43% 11.5
Parker County 19 8,840 27% 13.8
Parmer County 4 786 61% 8.5
Pecos County 4 948 57% 10.9
Polk County 7 2,580 62% 12.1
Potter County 11 6,419 54% 13.2
Presidio County 3 800 84% 9.5
Rains County 2 865 52% 12.6
Randall County 15 10,020 31% 14.5
Reagan County 1 252 43% 10.1
Real County 2 358 63% 10.9
Red River County 4 673 63% 9.5
Reeves County 2 741 73% 10.6
Refugio County 4 626 49% 9.8
Roberts County 1 215 19% 9.6
Robertson County 6 1,194 66% 9.3
Rockwall County 9 7,124 22% 15.8
Runnels County 10 665 47% 8.7
Rusk County 13 3,297 58% 11.2
Sabine County 3 816 63% 10.8
San Augustine County 3 380 81% 9.7
San Jacinto County 2 1,079 60% 11.9
San Patricio County 13 5,537 50% 14.0
San Saba County 3 462 52% 8.1
Schleicher County 1 156 35% 6.5
Scurry County 7 1,766 44% 12.0
Shackelford County 2 349 47% 8.6
Shelby County 5 2,406 65% 12.3
Sherman County 2 548 42% 14.5
Smith County 34 14,332 42% 12.8
Somervell County 3 902 35% 11.4
Starr County 6 5,015 94% 13.2
Stephens County 2 560 55% 10.5
Sterling County 3 117 45% 7.5
Stonewall County 1 107 36% 7.3
Sutton County 1 257 36% 7.5
Swisher County 3 449 59% 7.9
Tarrant County 213 149,753 43% 15.1
Taylor County 24 7,225 41% 12.9
Terrell County 1 58 38% 4.8
Terry County 5 1,394 65% 15.0
Throckmorton County 2 170 55% 6.8
Titus County 6 2,508 72% 12.0
Tom Green County 57 6,345 44% 12.4
Travis County 94 56,928 43% 18.4
Trinity County 5 1,041 67% 10.8
Tyler County 5 1,144 49% 10.4
Upshur County 13 3,088 49% 10.8
Upton County 2 414 43% 9.6
Uvalde County 7 2,742 68% 13.7
Val Verde County 7 4,857 66% 16.2
Van Zandt County 15 3,752 47% 12.7
Victoria County 8 4,587 43% 12.2
Walker County 7 3,676 47% 13.3
Waller County 5 1,338 77% 10.8
Ward County 4 987 38% 12.2
Washington County 6 2,427 44% 11.1
Webb County 20 20,052 75% 16.2
Wharton County 7 2,695 55% 12.1
Wheeler County 4 852 39% 8.6
Wichita County 23 9,228 43% 12.5
Wilbarger County 5 1,330 62% 11.4
Willacy County 9 1,349 84% 10.8
Williamson County 64 30,958 27% 14.5
Wilson County 25 2,562 35% 13.9
Winkler County 2 505 41% 9.4
Wise County 11 3,738 40% 12.4
Wood County 9 2,038 49% 10.6
Yoakum County 3 654 48% 9.9
Young County 4 1,086 48% 11.0
Zapata County 1 948 73% 14.1
Zavala County 3 1,003 78% 14.2
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