Top Louisiana Public Schools

Student by Ethnicity

(LA) School Average
American Indian
1%
Asian
2%
Hispanic
6%
Black
44%
White
45%
Two or more races
2%
This chart display the percentage breakdown of public school students of all ethnic groups in LA.

Top Louisiana Public Schools by County (2018-19)

  • County
    # Schools
    # Students
    % Minority
  • 28 Schools
    10,292 Students
    33% Minority
  • 12 Schools
    4,273 Students
    27% Minority
  • 27 Schools
    21,899 Students
    41% Minority
  • 9 Schools
    3,503 Students
    49% Minority
  • 12 Schools
    6,479 Students
    50% Minority
  • 12 Schools
    5,969 Students
    24% Minority
  • 9 Schools
    2,255 Students
    51% Minority
  • 34 Schools
    22,036 Students
    42% Minority
  • 69 Schools
    41,073 Students
    71% Minority
  • 62 Schools
    34,799 Students
    42% Minority
  • 6 Schools
    1,535 Students
    22% Minority
  • 3 Schools
    600 Students
    8% Minority
  • 6 Schools
    1,437 Students
    42% Minority
  • 8 Schools
    1,859 Students
    72% Minority
  • 11 Schools
    3,854 Students
    50% Minority
  • 9 Schools
    5,119 Students
    48% Minority
  • 121 Schools
    64,492 Students
    77% Minority
  • 4 Schools
    1,189 Students
    97% Minority
  • 9 Schools
    2,096 Students
    66% Minority
  • 12 Schools
    6,038 Students
    42% Minority
  • 6 Schools
    2,972 Students
    55% Minority
  • 8 Schools
    3,121 Students
    16% Minority
  • 24 Schools
    12,626 Students
    57% Minority
  • 11 Schools
    5,886 Students
    68% Minority
  • 5 Schools
    2,217 Students
    39% Minority
  • 89 Schools
    48,679 Students
    74% Minority
  • 13 Schools
    5,854 Students
    30% Minority
  • 9 Schools
    2,645 Students
    14% Minority
  • 45 Schools
    31,993 Students
    53% Minority
  • 30 Schools
    13,681 Students
    37% Minority
  • 17 Schools
    6,638 Students
    54% Minority
  • 43 Schools
    25,718 Students
    15% Minority
  • 6 Schools
    1,783 Students
    96% Minority
  • 10 Schools
    4,212 Students
    69% Minority
  • 18 Schools
    6,774 Students
    61% Minority
  • 82 Schools
    47,714 Students
    92% Minority
  • 59 Schools
    28,674 Students
    55% Minority
  • 8 Schools
    4,975 Students
    47% Minority
  • 4 Schools
    2,219 Students
    75% Minority
  • 53 Schools
    23,957 Students
    49% Minority
  • 5 Schools
    1,456 Students
    68% Minority
  • 13 Schools
    3,945 Students
    52% Minority
  • 11 Schools
    4,391 Students
    51% Minority
  • 11 Schools
    7,520 Students
    48% Minority
  • 15 Schools
    9,494 Students
    44% Minority
  • 2 Schools
    1,152 Students
    93% Minority
  • 8 Schools
    3,784 Students
    65% Minority
  • 36 Schools
    14,617 Students
    62% Minority
  • 15 Schools
    8,239 Students
    51% Minority
  • 26 Schools
    9,779 Students
    55% Minority
  • 58 Schools
    38,187 Students
    29% Minority
  • 11 Schools
    5,998 Students
    87% Minority
  • 34 Schools
    19,748 Students
    55% Minority
  • 3 Schools
    604 Students
    90% Minority
  • 36 Schools
    19,376 Students
    49% Minority
  • 6 Schools
    3,059 Students
    49% Minority
  • 21 Schools
    10,497 Students
    29% Minority
  • 18 Schools
    9,207 Students
    31% Minority
  • 16 Schools
    7,463 Students
    45% Minority
  • 15 Schools
    6,350 Students
    47% Minority
  • 10 Schools
    3,832 Students
    57% Minority
  • 5 Schools
    2,100 Students
    22% Minority
  • 5 Schools
    2,131 Students
    42% Minority
  • 8 Schools
    2,418 Students
    40% Minority
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