|Jim Ned High School|
9th & Garza
|School district||Jim Ned Consolidated Independent School District|
|Grades||9-12 (freshman - senior)|
|Color(s)||Red, White & Blue|
|Athletics conference||UIL Class 3A|
|Website||Jim Ned High School|
Jim Ned High School is a public high school located in Tuscola, Texas, United States and is classified as a 3A school by the UIL. It is part of the Jim Ned Consolidated Independent School District, which also includes Lawn Elementary, Buffalo Gap Elementary and Jim Ned Middle School. The high school serves around 400 students from roughly 380 square miles in southeastern Taylor County, including the towns of Tuscola, Buffalo Gap, and Lawn. A small portion of northeastern Runnels County lies within the district, also. The district and the school are both named after the Jim Ned Creek, which runs through all three towns. The creek is named after Jim Ned, who was an Indian cavalry scout for the United States Army. In 2015, the school was rated "Met Standard" by the Texas Education Agency.
Extracurricular activities are offered in the form of performing arts, clubs, and a singular student made newsletter.
The Jim Ned Indians compete in cross-country volleyball football basketball powerlifting golf tennis track softbal baseball.