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Byron Nelson High School ,Texas

Overview of Byron Nelson High School

Byron Nelson High school is listed as 155th among Texas. Students can complete Advanced Placement(r) examinations and coursework. This AP(r) student participation at this High School is 67 percent. The overall minority student enrollment rate is 36 percent and 14 percent of students are considered economically marginalized. This High School is one of four high schools that are part of Northwest Independent School District

Byron Nelson High School 2023 Rankings

It is ranked as the #1 school in the nation, 444 on the National Rankings. Schools are evaluated based according to their performance in state-mandated tests, their graduation rates and the extent to which in preparing students to go on college. Find out more about how we rate the Top high schools.

All Rankings

  • #1,444in National Rankings
  • #155in Texas High Schools
  • #44in Dallas, TX Metro Area High Schools
  • #1in Northwest Independent School District High Schools

Ranking Factors

The way this School did in the national and state-wide rankings out of 17,843 schools nationally ranked and 1,481 schools that are ranked in Texas.

Students/Teachers at Byron Nelson High School

The numbers and percentages of students as well as teachers come from the data provided from schools and the federal government.

Total Enrollment


Test Scores at this High School

U.S. News calculates these school rankings by analyzing the performance of students on state-mandated tests as well as internationally accessible examinations on college-level courses (AP(r) or IB tests).

College Readiness Index


School Data

The information on school profiles is based on data from the government.

Graduation Rate

96% (around state median)

Grades Served



Fringe Rural

Charter School


Magnet School


Eligible for Title I Funding



This information pertains to high schools that are run by the school’s state operating agency. There are many districts that have just the one secondary school.

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