Counties in North Carolina

There are 100 counties in North Carolina 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
Alamance County 17 9,214 37% 15.9
Alexander County 2 1,641 46% 16.4
Alleghany County 1 423 58% 12.7
Anson County 5 1,610 76% 14.2
Ashe County 2 1,453 55% 14.4
Avery County 7 1,122 60% 12.2
Beaufort County 9 2,480 48% 12.5
Bertie County 6 1,264 51% 12.2
Bladen County 3 1,525 64% 14.0
Brunswick County 8 3,894 45% 14.4
Buncombe County 33 13,117 39% 12.9
Burke County 14 4,336 53% 15.0
Cabarrus County 20 13,544 36% 14.6
Caldwell County 8 4,044 50% 13.4
Camden County 3 889 26% 14.4
Carteret County 7 2,987 30% 14.2
Caswell County 1 816 60% 14.4
Catawba County 22 11,116 46% 14.9
Chatham County 6 2,877 35% 13.6
Cherokee County 6 1,089 53% 12.8
Chowan County 2 692 56% 13.9
Clay County 1 387 47% 11.9
Cleveland County 12 6,180 55% 13.1
Columbus County 10 2,875 53% 13.6
Craven County 8 5,566 42% 15.0
Cumberland County 36 19,437 41% 13.8
Currituck County 3 1,188 28% 16.2
Dare County 5 1,637 35% 11.2
Davidson County 20 9,123 38% 14.2
Davie County 4 2,066 34% 15.9
Duplin County 9 2,855 59% 15.5
Durham County 32 15,923 39% 12.9
Edgecombe County 6 2,382 71% 15.7
Forsyth County 36 21,145 38% 13.2
Franklin County 5 2,598 50% 16.1
Gaston County 23 13,715 38% 15.0
Gates County 1 575 48% 13.1
Graham County 3 598 56% 12.5
Granville County 14 2,699 44% 15.2
Greene County 3 1,045 62% 11.8
Guilford County 52 28,564 42% 14.5
Halifax County 9 2,807 51% 12.3
Harnett County 10 6,554 47% 16.7
Haywood County 8 2,458 42% 14.0
Henderson County 11 4,813 40% 14.3
Hertford County 7 1,870 53% 11.8
Hoke County 3 2,067 61% 14.3
Hyde County 2 374 50% 9.0
Iredell County 23 11,892 28% 16.3
Jackson County 6 1,213 49% 12.1
Johnston County 14 10,522 35% 15.7
Jones County 2 480 79% 11.9
Lee County 8 3,651 44% 13.9
Lenoir County 9 3,974 42% 15.0
Lincoln County 8 5,315 30% 15.7
Macon County 8 2,405 55% 11.7
Madison County 4 877 52% 12.6
Martin County 3 1,172 48% 12.4
Mcdowell County 5 3,001 56% 13.8
Mecklenburg County 85 61,305 38% 14.5
Mitchell County 3 597 45% 11.6
Montgomery County 6 1,341 59% 12.6
Moore County 10 4,608 32% 14.1
Nash County 11 7,189 53% 15.3
New Hanover County 13 9,126 32% 15.8
Northampton County 6 1,610 64% 13.4
Onslow County 16 7,506 30% 16.2
Orange County 11 6,978 23% 13.8
Pamlico County 2 924 54% 13.3
Pasquotank County 6 2,038 45% 12.5
Pender County 4 2,667 52% 16.6
Perquimans County 1 517 53% 14.8
Person County 4 2,141 36% 14.4
Pitt County 14 8,283 43% 14.1
Polk County 2 756 45% 14.0
Randolph County 13 8,209 46% 15.4
Richmond County 8 2,557 64% 15.2
Robeson County 17 7,951 72% 14.4
Rockingham County 11 4,571 45% 15.2
Rowan County 13 6,795 49% 14.3
Rutherford County 13 4,419 41% 15.0
Sampson County 10 3,755 56% 14.9
Scotland County 10 2,156 62% 13.5
Stanly County 9 3,281 39% 13.7
Stokes County 6 2,466 38% 13.4
Surry County 8 3,769 48% 15.3
Swain County 3 682 53% 13.0
Transylvania County 5 1,250 50% 11.8
Tyrrell County 1 138 62% 8.4
Union County 21 14,396 25% 15.6
Vance County 8 2,894 51% 11.9
Wake County 73 57,990 24% 15.3
Warren County 5 971 69% 11.7
Washington County 3 651 73% 12.3
Watauga County 2 1,495 30% 13.6
Wayne County 18 7,351 44% 13.9
Wilkes County 9 3,289 48% 14.7
Wilson County 10 4,392 46% 12.9
Yadkin County 6 2,674 47% 15.3
Yancey County 3 726 44% 11.0
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