Counties in Iowa

There are 99 counties in Iowa 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
Adair County 2 284 37% 9.2
Adams County 2 220 42% 9.8
Allamakee County 5 1,006 44% 12.8
Appanoose County 5 871 42% 12.7
Audubon County 1 348 32% 13.0
Benton County 4 1,429 25% 13.0
Black Hawk County 14 6,917 36% 14.1
Boone County 8 1,898 33% 11.8
Bremer County 7 1,880 21% 13.6
Buchanan County 6 1,088 27% 8.5
Buena Vista County 6 1,587 44% 11.8
Butler County 3 621 29% 12.3
Calhoun County 2 674 32% 13.0
Carroll County 5 2,186 17% 11.5
Cass County 4 955 34% 12.1
Cedar County 5 1,114 20% 11.4
Cerro Gordo County 8 3,006 31% 15.3
Cherokee County 3 507 32% 12.1
Chickasaw County 3 587 28% 12.8
Clarke County 3 731 49% 11.6
Clay County 2 751 32% 14.4
Clayton County 4 995 38% 12.5
Clinton County 8 3,197 32% 12.1
Crawford County 4 1,032 50% 14.4
Dallas County 9 4,331 21% 15.1
Davis County 2 383 37% 14.2
Decatur County 3 564 53% 10.7
Delaware County 2 742 26% 12.6
Des Moines County 7 2,432 36% 13.5
Dickinson County 3 848 28% 13.4
Dubuque County 7 5,531 23% 14.5
Emmet County 2 572 40% 11.9
Fayette County 7 1,309 40% 13.2
Floyd County 3 793 36% 13.7
Franklin County 3 702 38% 11.8
Fremont County 3 528 43% 11.9
Greene County 4 697 46% 12.6
Grundy County 4 809 23% 11.8
Guthrie County 6 914 35% 11.8
Hamilton County 4 948 35% 13.2
Hancock County 4 645 30% 11.2
Hardin County 4 1,103 38% 12.7
Harrison County 5 1,169 35% 11.9
Henry County 6 1,545 37% 13.0
Howard County 2 586 34% 13.4
Humboldt County 2 471 30% 14.7
Ida County 2 544 31% 11.8
Iowa County 4 1,176 25% 11.3
Jackson County 4 1,423 26% 13.8
Jasper County 8 2,283 35% 13.1
Jefferson County 3 933 28% 11.9
Johnson County 12 7,710 23% 15.9
Jones County 4 1,014 31% 12.2
Keokuk County 6 493 33% 9.9
Kossuth County 3 689 21% 13.8
Lee County 6 2,061 38% 14.2
Linn County 21 12,390 25% 14.7
Louisa County 6 1,135 51% 12.0
Lucas County 1 443 47% 14.0
Lyon County 4 634 24% 11.6
Madison County 6 1,369 25% 13.6
Mahaska County 2 974 39% 15.1
Marion County 9 2,384 24% 13.0
Marshall County 5 2,833 57% 14.0
Mills County 3 850 31% 14.4
Mitchell County 2 528 28% 13.6
Monona County 3 554 45% 11.7
Monroe County 2 518 38% 12.3
Montgomery County 3 653 41% 11.9
Muscatine County 3 2,214 42% 14.6
O'brien County 3 838 24% 13.6
Osceola County 1 213 36% 11.8
Page County 6 1,015 33% 10.7
Palo Alto County 4 528 36% 9.8
Plymouth County 7 1,770 16% 12.8
Pocahontas County 3 441 37% 10.7
Polk County 34 27,542 34% 16.2
Pottawattamie County 12 5,608 35% 14.9
Poweshiek County 4 1,058 29% 13.7
Ringgold County 2 328 44% 11.4
Sac County 1 289 40% 10.6
Scott County 13 9,746 31% 14.8
Shelby County 3 663 24% 13.0
Sioux County 10 2,714 17% 13.0
Story County 7 3,371 21% 14.8
Tama County 4 878 37% 12.3
Taylor County 2 474 47% 11.3
Union County 3 720 45% 13.1
Van Buren County 2 397 46% 10.9
Wapello County 4 2,160 48% 15.1
Warren County 6 3,081 22% 15.6
Washington County 5 1,096 33% 12.7
Wayne County 2 340 45% 10.0
Webster County 8 3,139 36% 13.8
Winnebago County 5 754 29% 10.8
Winneshiek County 3 1,081 20% 15.7
Woodbury County 12 6,039 38% 14.9
Worth County 2 530 33% 13.4
Wright County 4 813 42% 12.9
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Data on U.S. Public High Schools & Private High Schools

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