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List Of High Schools In North Dakota

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List Of High Schools In North Dakota

This is a list of high schools in the state of North Dakota.

Adams County

High schools in Adams County:

Barnes County

High schools in Barnes County:

Benson County

High schools in Benson County:

Bottineau County

High schools in Bottineau County:

Bowman County

High schools in Bowman County:

Defunct

Defunct High schools in Bowman County:

  • Rhame High School - Rhame (closed in 2006)

Burke County

High schools in Burke County:

Burleigh County

High schools in Burleigh County:

Cass County

High schools in Cass County:

Cavalier County

High schools in Cavalier County:

Dickey County

High schools in Dickey County:

Divide County

High schools in Divide County:

Dunn County

High schools in Dunn County:

Eddy County

High schools in Eddy County:

Defunct

Defunct High schools in Eddy County:

Emmons County

High schools in Emmons County:

Foster County

High schools in Foster County:

Golden Valley County

High schools in Golden Valley County:

Grand Forks County

High schools in Grand Forks County:

Grant County

High schools in Grant County:

Defunct

Defunct High schools in Grant County:

  • Carson High School

Griggs County

High schools in Griggs County:

Hettinger County

High schools in Hettinger County:

Kidder County

High schools in Kidder County:

LaMoure County

High schools in LaMoure County:

Logan County

High schools in Logan County:

McHenry County

High schools in McHenry County:

McIntosh County

High schools in McIntosh County:

McKenzie County

High schools in McKenzie County:

McLean County

High schools in McLean County:

Mercer County

High schools in Mercer County:

Morton County

High schools in Morton County:

Mountrail County

High schools in Mountrail County:

Nelson County

High schools in Nelson County:

Oliver County

High schools in Oliver County:

Pembina County

High schools in Pembina County:

Pierce County

High schools in Pierce County:

Ramsey County

High schools in Ramsey County:

Ransom County

High schools in Ransom County:

Renville County

High schools in Renville County:

Richland County

High schools in Richland County:

Rolette County

High schools in Rolette County:

Sargent County

High schools in Sargent County:

Sheridan County

High schools in Sheridan County:

Sioux County

High schools in Sioux County:

Stark County

High schools in Stark County:

Steele County

High schools in Steele County:

Stutsman County

High schools in Stutsman County:

Towner County

High schools in Towner County:

Traill County

High schools in Traill County:

Walsh County

High schools in Walsh County:

Ward County

High schools in Ward County:

Wells County

High schools in Wells County:

Defunct

Defunct High schools in Wells County:

Williams County

High schools in Williams County:

Defunct

Defunct High schools in Williams County:

  • Wildrose-Alamo High School - Wildrose This school closed in 2006

See also

External links

  • List of high schools in North Dakota from SchoolTree.org
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