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Alba-Golden High School

461 students in grades 6 ‐ 12

Rated: Met Standard

Alba-Golden High School is an predominantly white school in Alba with 461 students. Students perform above the state average in passing TAKS scores. Fewer than half of students are prepared for college in both English Language Arts and Math.

Teachers have roughly the same experience as the state average and are paid less than the state average.

The school spends $5,488 per student for academic programs and $6,915 per student for all school functions.

Alba-Golden High School is located in Congressional District 5, State Board of Education District 9 represented by Thomas Ratliff, Texas House District 5 represented by Bryan Hughes and Texas Senate District 1 represented by Kevin P. Eltife.


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Mean ACT score for all students who took the test

Mean SAT score (math and critical reading) for all students who took the test

Percent of graduating students who meet college-ready criteria on TAKS, SAT or ACT

Percent of high school seniors who graduate by ethnicity

Percent of high school seniors who graduate, receive a GED, or continue high school by ethnicity


Percent of teachers by years of experience in the field

Average years of experience in district and career

Average teacher salary by seniority (salary/percent of teachers)

Teachers by ethnicity and gender (percent/number of teachers)

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Spending per student by program

Spending per student by school function in dollars


These campuses are identified as peers for Alba-Golden High School by the comptroller's FAST report based on factors – like "regional wages, district size and student characteristics" – that affect the cost of education.

Name Enrollment Accountability Rating City
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Advantage Academy C 1,507 Met Standard Dallas
Anderson-Shiro Junior/Senior High School 360 Met Standard Anderson
Bartlett Schools 388 Met Standard Bartlett
Big Sandy School 505 Met Standard Dallardsville
Bynum School 233 Met Standard Bynum
Chilton School 494 Met Standard Chilton
Claude High School 187 Met Standard Claude
Covington School 298 Met Standard Covington
D'Hanis School 317 Met Standard D'Hanis
Diboll High School 478 Met Standard Diboll
Dodd City School 318 Met Standard Dodd City
Era School 436 Met Standard Era
Gary School 384 Met Standard Gary
Groveton Junior High- High School 408 Met Standard Groveton
Gustine School 230 Met Standard Gustine
Harmony Science Academy San Antonio C 768 Met Standard San Antonio
Hartley School 198 Met Standard Hartley
Kerens School 657 Met Standard Kerens
Lometa School 314 Met Standard Lometa
Maud School 512 Met Standard Maud
Mildred High School 422 Met Standard Corsicana
Miller Grove School 259 Met Standard Cumby
Northwest Elementary School 462 Met Standard Hereford
Overton High School 285 Met Standard Overton
Prairie Lea School 241 Met Standard Prairie Lea
Raul Yzaguirre School For Success (9-12) C 857 Improvement Required Houston
Rice High School 392 Met Standard Rice
Saltillo School 256 Met Standard Saltillo
Sands CISD 221 Met Standard Ackerly
Shelbyville School 751 Met Standard Shelbyville
Sulphur Bluff School 233 Met Standard Sulphur Bluff
Tenaha School 470 Met Standard Tenaha
Texas Virtual Academy At Southwest C 2,119 Academically Unacceptable Houston
The Phoenix Charter School C 448 Met Standard Greenville
Venus High School 474 Improvement Required Venus
Westchester Academy For International Studies 998 Met Standard Houston