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Itawamba Agricultural High School

Traditional Public School

11900 Highway 25 South

Fulton, MS 38843

662-862-3104

Overview

Itawamba Agricultural High School serves 557 students in grades 9-12. This school is a traditional public school and its 2019 accountability rating was B. Per student spending for this school is $9,079.

Grades

9

10

11

12

Performance

B

2019 Accountability Rating
Mississippi Department of Education

Funding

$

Tax-Funded
$9,079/Child

Demographics

Itawamba Agricultural High School serves 557 students. This high-poverty school body is 82.41% White and 14.18% African-American.

School

Teachers
Total: 38
Student-Teacher Ratio: 7:1
Experienced: 80%
In-Field: 100% 
Principals
Total: 2
Experienced: 100%

Students
Total Enrollment: 557

By Grade:

  •       9: 140
  •       10: 144
  •       11: 134
  •       12: 115
  •       Special Secondary: 21
  •       Other: 3

By Racial and Ethnic Composition:

  •       African-American: 14%
  •       White: 82%
  •       Two or More: 2%
  •       Other: 1%

District

Teachers
Total: 246
Student-Teacher Ratio: 7:1
Experienced: 81%
In-Field: 100% 
Principals
Total: 16
Experienced: 100%

Students
Total Enrollment: 3,378

By Grade:

  •       K: 277
  •       Special Elementary: 25
  •       1: 251
  •       2: 257
  •       3: 246
  •       4: 243
  •       5: 246
  •       6: 276
  •       7: 278
  •       8: 305
  •       9: 253
  •       10: 269
  •       11: 231
  •       12: 186
  •       Special Secondary: 28
  •       Other: 7

Community

Itawamba County

Total Population: 23,390

  •       Males: 11,574
  •       Females: 11,816

Growth: -0.05%
Number of Households: 8,881
Median Income: $48,097

Race/Ethnicity Male Female Total % Change
Non-Hispanic White or Caucasian 10,482 10,804 21,286 -2%
Black or African American 854 773 1,627 16%
Asian-American 63 60 123 120%
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 2 1 3 0%
Native American and Alaska Native 47 30 77 38%
Hispanic American 212 186 398 33%
Two or more races 126 148 274 114%


Performance

Graduate Outcomes

High School Graduation Rate: 85.03%
Post Secondary Enrollment Rate: 73%
Labor Force Participation Rate: 55%

ACT

Composite Average: 18.4 (2021)
Number of Students Taking the ACT: 121 (2021)
Sub-Scores:
English: 18.1
Mathematics: 18
Reading: 18.4
Science: 18.3

State Testing

U.S. History Proficiency: 42.9%
Mathematics Proficiency: 7.5%
English Proficiency: 30.1%
Science Proficiency: 39.3%

Discipline

  • In-School Suspensions: 0
  • Out-of-School Suspensions: <5
  • Expulsions: 0
  • Incidents of Violence: <10
  • Referral to Law Enforcement: 0
  • School-Based Arrests: 0

Funding

Itawamba Agricultural High School is a traditional public school funded by local, state, and federal tax dollars. Per student spending for this school is $9,079.

Total

Per-student Spending: $9,079

State/Local

Per-student Spending: $8,591

Federal

Per-student Spending: $357

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