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 2 272 39% 10.7
Adams County 1 200 45% 11.3
Allamakee County 3 764 57% 12.5
Appanoose County 4 869 44% 13.0
Audubon County 1 314 34% 12.7
Benton County 4 1,434 28% 14.5
Black Hawk County 11 6,860 38% 13.8
Boone County 7 1,809 37% 13.1
Bremer County 7 1,877 21% 14.4
Buchanan County 5 1,076 25% 12.8
Buena Vista County 7 1,712 47% 12.0
Butler County 3 672 28% 10.8
Calhoun County 2 631 32% 11.9
Carroll County 5 2,127 17% 12.7
Cass County 4 1,090 38% 14.4
Cedar County 5 1,155 24% 12.4
Cerro Gordo County 7 2,834 32% 14.8
Cherokee County 2 448 32% 11.9
Chickasaw County 4 640 30% 14.3
Clarke County 3 732 56% 12.0
Clay County 2 742 36% 14.8
Clayton County 5 1,222 32% 14.7
Clinton County 7 3,156 36% 13.0
Crawford County 4 910 57% 13.1
Dallas County 10 5,578 21% 14.6
Davis County 2 366 33% 13.7
Decatur County 3 477 60% 10.4
Delaware County 2 690 27% 12.3
Des Moines County 8 3,066 31% 13.0
Dickinson County 3 903 25% 13.9
Dubuque County 6 5,444 24% 14.4
Emmet County 2 554 42% 11.9
Fayette County 4 988 40% 12.5
Floyd County 2 756 40% 13.9
Franklin County 3 680 41% 11.8
Fremont County 3 546 41% 12.5
Greene County 3 714 46% 13.4
Grundy County 4 913 27% 13.5
Guthrie County 5 855 33% 11.4
Hamilton County 2 927 38% 14.5
Hancock County 2 512 31% 11.9
Hardin County 5 1,071 35% 12.8
Harrison County 5 1,174 30% 12.7
Henry County 6 1,491 35% 12.3
Howard County 2 739 35% 14.2
Humboldt County 1 463 29% 16.1
Ida County 2 451 32% 10.5
Iowa County 4 1,129 26% 11.2
Jackson County 4 1,352 29% 13.2
Jasper County 7 2,302 36% 13.6
Jefferson County 3 906 27% 12.4
Johnson County 12 7,983 27% 16.4
Jones County 3 986 34% 13.3
Keokuk County 4 501 32% 10.4
Kossuth County 1 461 30% 16.4
Lee County 5 1,955 31% 14.1
Linn County 21 12,883 29% 15.9
Louisa County 6 1,087 45% 13.9
Lucas County 1 426 46% 14.2
Lyon County 4 697 23% 12.3
Madison County 6 1,535 27% 13.5
Mahaska County 2 957 38% 14.7
Marion County 7 2,301 24% 13.2
Marshall County 4 2,697 58% 13.9
Mills County 2 861 32% 16.2
Mitchell County 2 515 30% 13.1
Monona County 3 477 49% 10.6
Monroe County 2 534 35% 14.7
Montgomery County 2 476 43% 13.8
Muscatine County 3 2,241 43% 13.7
O'brien County 3 823 29% 12.9
Osceola County 1 233 33% 12.4
Page County 5 975 31% 11.2
Palo Alto County 4 593 35% 12.1
Plymouth County 7 1,455 22% 14.1
Pocahontas County 3 435 46% 13.8
Polk County 32 28,674 36% 16.4
Pottawattamie County 11 5,675 36% 14.2
Poweshiek County 4 1,012 27% 13.4
Ringgold County 2 337 43% 11.7
Sac County 1 294 40% 11.0
Scott County 11 9,843 37% 14.8
Shelby County 2 641 23% 16.1
Sioux County 9 2,686 21% 13.5
Story County 7 3,468 23% 15.3
Tama County 4 903 42% 12.6
Taylor County 2 445 45% 11.3
Union County 2 738 47% 13.4
Van Buren County 2 420 47% 11.8
Wapello County 4 2,174 43% 15.3
Warren County 5 3,108 24% 15.8
Washington County 4 1,117 33% 13.1
Wayne County 2 347 49% 11.7
Webster County 4 2,259 33% 13.5
Winnebago County 3 726 29% 13.1
Winneshiek County 4 997 24% 13.5
Woodbury County 11 6,198 48% 15.8
Worth County 2 486 30% 13.4
Wright County 4 856 45% 12.9
High Schools Elementary Schools

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

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