Edna ISD is a rural 3A district with approximately 1,600 students. Edna is in the heart of Jackson County, Texas. Edna is located 25 miles north of Victoria, Texas on Interstate 59 along the Gulf Coast of Texas. The economy is based upon agriculture, oil and gas industry, and retail with a component of manufacturing/construction companies. Edna ISD has four campuses: Edna High School (9-12), Edna Junior High (6-8), Edna Elementary (PK-5), and Edna Alternative School which serves as a drop out and credit recovery campus as well as the DAEP for EISD. Edna ISD is an ethnically diverse district. The student body is composed of: 46% Hispanic, 14% African American, and 40% Caucasian with a 63% economic disadvantaged percentage. Our male to female ratio for students is 50/50 with approximately 10% of our student population being English Language Learners. Edna is the fiscal agent ad host for the Jackson County Special Education Co-op that provides special education services to Edna ISD, Ganado ISD, Industrial ISD and Louise ISD which are the school districts that comprise Jackson and part of Wharton County. The population of Edna was 5,499 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Jackson County. Edna is the gateway to 11,000-acre (45 km) Lake Texana, which covers the site of Texana, Texas. The city has a hospital, convalescent home, library, museum, city park with swimming pool, three banks, two savings and loan associations, a country club with a nine-hole golf course, and Oak Creek Village, a retirement community. It is the center of a prosperous agricultural area with petroleum and natural gas production and has an active chamber of commerce, oilfield service industries, and two grain elevators.
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