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Unduplicated Public Secondary Schools 21,211
LIST "A" Pubilc HS (9-12) 14,116
LIST "B" Public JR/SR HS (7-12)  3,358
LIST "C" Combined HS (K-12)  1,476
LIST "V" Area Vocational HS (9-12)  1,180
LIST "D" Public JHS (7-9)  3,210
* An additional 9,781 unduplicated schools (6-8,6-9) can be selected from LIST E to increase JHS count, if desired. No duplication. Schools appearing in one list do not appear in another. Other grade spans if desired.

STATE ZIP A B C V D STATE ZIP A B C V D
Alabama 350-369 203 83 78 65 41   Montana 590-599 162 5 1 0 170
Alaska 995-999 35 20 172 3 19   Nebraska 680-693 108 160 1 0 41
Arizona 850-865 344 48 62 7 77   Nevada 890-898 87 12 11 1 24
Arkansas 716-729 156 123 1 7 77   New Hampshire 030-038 81 6 2 17 16
California 900-961 1262 139 148 86 421   New Jersey 070-089 328 40 5 47 54
Colorado 800-816 255 71 35 21 62  New Mexico 870-884 141 31 63 36
Connecticut 060-069 164 14 6 1733   New York 100-149 844 261 98 63 89
Delaware 197-199 28 2 1 5 8   No. Carolina 270-289 480 2525 10 27
Dist. Columbia 200-20531 4 1 0 0   No. Dakota 580-588 45 110 4 9 12
Florida 200-205 491 81 31 46 24   Ohio 430-458 645 183 42 69 148
Georgia 320-349 396 17 10 9 17   Oklahoma 730-749 443 22 4 44 89
Hawaii 300-319 33 14 17 0 22   Oregon 970-979 186 52 54 1 36
Idaho 832-838 96 31 27 0 35   Pennsylvania 150-196 462 177 26 78 110
Illinois 600-629 640 64 6 9 157   Rhode Island 028-029 48 3 1 8 9
Indiana 460-479 264 111 11 27 87   So. Carolina 290-299 206 17 9 43 23
Iowa 500-528 234 101 2 0 45   So. Dakota 570-577 114 6 1 5 73
Kansas 660-679 234 92 9 8 55   Tennessee 370-385 234 38 33 37 21
Kentucky 400-427 218 23 12 73 29   Texas 750-799 1164 172 218 13 309
Louisiana 700-714 182 74 61 8 35   Utah 840-847 115 26 14 5 110
Maine 039-049 94 16 11 23 11   Vermont 050-059 2721 1214 8
Maryland 206-219 186 17 2 20 22   Virginia 220-246 281 40 1 53 35
Massachusetts 010-027 237 62 9 36 38   Washington 980-994 285 52 26 11 108
Michigan 480-499 520 120 85 7 94   W. Virginia 247-268 94 19 4 32 11
Minnesota 550-567 226 201 18 6 46   Wisconsin 530-549 38593 16 1 72
Mississippi 386-397 162 51 46 75 30   Wyoming 820-831 52 12 7 2 18
Missouri 630-658 322 196 10 58 76  
TOTAL 14,116 3,358 1,476 1,180 3,210

1. Expenditures per Student Public Secondary Schools
EXPENDITURES "A" "B" "C" "D"
Under    $5,000    869   231 120   328
$5,000 - $7,499 7,566 1,943 410 2,319
$7,500 - $9,999 2,530   687 212   685
$10,000 - $12,499    785   204 136   154
Over    $12,500   350   105 199    51
Finer breakouts if needed
 
2. Secondary Enrollment Size
ENROLLMENT "A" "B" "C" "D"
Under    200 1,301 1,085 517 411
201 - 500 2,459 1,325 327 850
501 - 750 1,736   431 129 972
751 - 1,000 1,367   176   62 702
Over    1,000 5,186   146   39 530
Finer breakouts if needed
 
3. Bilingual Area Secondary Schools
Census data shows the following secondary schools with a large concentration of Spanish-American population
% POPULATION "A" "B" "C" "D"
Under    05% 7,702 2,545 793 1,945
05% - 10% 1,299   217   79   426
10% - 15%   637   110   55   231
Over    15% 2,518   302 149   955
 
4. Black Area Secondary Schools
Census data shows the following secondary schools with a large area concentration of black population.
% POPULATION "A" "B" "C" "D"
Under    05% 7,223 2,492 770 2,097
05% - 10% 1,116   123   81   444
10% - 15%   664    68   50   209
Over    15% 3,153  491 175   807
 
5. Title 1 Eligibility Schools
Over 6,500,000 students from low income areas participate in ECIA Title 1 programs.
% POVERTY "A" "B" "C" "D"
Under    05% 2,183 277   49   669
05% - 10% 3,495 950 205 1,091
10% - 15% 2,675 860 305   771
15% - 20% 1,709 540 220   468
Over 20% 2,089 546 297   558
6. Urban/Rural Secondary Schools
TYPE "A" "B" "C" "D"
Urban 8,069   751 217 2,778
Rural 4,017 2,416 846   764