John B Connally High School

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John B Connally High School is a 9th Grade-12th Grade Public School located in Austin, Texas within the Pflugerville ISD District. It has 1934 students in grades 9th Grade-12th Grade with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. John B Connally High School spends $10,344 per student.
Sperling's School Score is a 4 out of 10

QUICK FACTS
Address:
13212 N Lamar
Austin, TX 78753-1010
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School District: Pflugerville ISD District
Phone Number: (512) 594-0800

HIGHLIGHTS
- 138 Teachers
- $8,266 for Education Expenditures
- $5,062 for Instruction Expenditures
- 1260 Students Getting a Free or Reduced Lunch
- 1014 Students Getting a Reduced Lunch
- 246 Students Getting a Free Lunch

About The Area
Location: City, Large
Median Household Income: $63,717
Median Rent: $1,437
Median Home Value: $361,900




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