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Mabank High School

982 students in grades 9 ‐ 12

Rated: Met Standard

Mabank High School is an predominantly white suburban school in Mabank with 982 students. Students perform above the state average in passing TAKS scores. A majority 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 $4,656 per student for academic programs and $6,946 per student for all school functions.

Mabank High School is located in Congressional District 5, State Board of Education District 9 represented by Thomas Ratliff, Texas House District 4 represented by Lance Gooden and Texas Senate District 2 represented by Robert "Bob" Deuell.

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Academics



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College Readiness

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Staff

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Spending

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Peers

These campuses are identified as peers for Mabank 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
Barbara Jordan High School M 1,153 Met Standard Houston
Booker T Washington School for the Performing and Visual Arts M 793 Met Standard Dallas
Brazosport High School 1,103 Improvement Required Freeport
Bridge City High School 726 Met Standard Bridge City
Calallen High School 1,153 Met Standard Corpus Christi
Calhoun High School 1,223 Met Standard Port Lavaca
Central Senior High School M 1,596 Met Standard Beaumont
Creekview High School 2,053 Met Standard Carrollton
Decatur High School 854 Met Standard Decatur
Ennis High School 1,487 Met Standard Ennis
Everman High School 1,245 Met Standard Everman
Frenship High School 1,781 Met Standard Wolfforth
Gregory-Portland High School 1,279 Met Standard Portland
Hardin-Jefferson High School 581 Met Standard Sour Lake
Lake Dallas High School 1,182 Met Standard Lake Dallas
Lee Freshman High School 694 Met Standard Midland
Longview High School 2,083 Met Standard Longview
Lowery Freshman Center 1,335 Met Standard Allen
Lubbock High School M 2,033 Met Standard Lubbock
Magnolia West High School 1,718 Met Standard Magnolia
Marshall High School 1,579 Met Standard Marshall
McKinney High School 1,963 Met Standard Mckinney
Medina Valley High School 1,024 Met Standard Castroville
Midland Freshman High School 710 Met Standard Midland
Monterey High School 2,101 Met Standard Lubbock
Moody High School 1,813 Met Standard Corpus Christi
Needville High School 795 Met Standard Needville
Orangefield High School 535 Met Standard Orangefield
Poteet High School 1,500 Met Standard Mesquite
Royse City High School 1,081 Met Standard Royse City
Seguin High School 1,943 Met Standard Seguin
Shepton High School 1,598 Met Standard Plano
Sweeny High School 589 Met Standard Sweeny
Vista Ridge High School 2,006 Met Standard Leander
Waller High School 1,494 Met Standard Waller
Waltrip High School M 1,758 Met Standard Houston
Western Hills High School 1,527 Met Standard Fort Worth
West Orange 694 Met Standard Orange
Willowridge High School 1,451 Met Standard Houston
Yates High School M 1,213 Met Standard Houston