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Area Profile - Lake Travis

Lake Travis

  Lake Travis, TX 78734 National Average
 Population of Lake Travis 12840 11571
 Median Age 38.4 years 37.41 years
 Median Household Income $74,293 $39,728
 Percentage of Single Households 33.7% 44.72%
 Percentage of Married Households 66.3% 55.27%
 Percentage Families (households with children) 75.0% 69.28%
 Average Household Size 2.58 people 2.57 people
 Percentage College or Better 52.8% 25.99%
 Percentage White Collar 68.8% 47.07%

 Cost of Living
  Lake Travis, TX 78734 National Average
 Cost of Living Index 120.4 102.76
 Average Yearly Utility Cost 4903 3250.42
 Average Household Total Consumer Expenditures $62,900 per year $41,554 per year
 Average Household Education Expenditures $1,072 per year $729 per year
 Average Household Entertainment Expenditures $3,189 per year $2,183 per year
 Average Household Transportation Expenditures $13,355 per year $8,682 per year
 Average Household Retail Expenditures $36,717 per year $24,198 per year
 Average Household Non-RetailExpenditures $26,122 per year $17,353 per year

 Quality of Life
  Lake Travis, TX 78734 National Average
 Average Winter High Temperature 60.3 degrees 41.17 degrees
 Average Winter Low Temperature 37.6 degrees 22.80 degrees
 Average Summer High Temperature 96.3 degrees 86.46 degrees
 Average Summer Low Temperature 73.1 degrees 62.23 degrees
 Average Annual Precipitation 34.8 inches 38.69 inches
 Air Quality Index 14.0 44.69
 Total Crime Index 3.4 3.47
 Personal Crime Index 3.0 3.40
 Culture Index 110.0 93.56

Lake Travis High School - News:

"For the third year in a row, LakeTravis High School is listed as one of Newsweek's Top 1,300 schools in the country. This year, the campus jumped more than 200 spots to be listed at number 503 - its highest ranking yet.

According to the magazine (The Top of the Class,, 2007), public schools are ranked by the number of Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate and/or Cambridge tests taken by all students at a school in 2006 divided by the number of graduating seniors. All of the schools on the list have an index of at least 1.000; they are in the top 5 percent of public schools measured this way.

Lake Travis High School Principal Charlie Little credits his team for helping build the school's Advanced Placement (AP) program.

"The Pre AP and AP teachers and school counselors have worked hard over the past several years to grow the LTHS AP program," Little said. "It's exciting to be on Newsweek's list, and I'm proud of our students for pursuing the academically rigorous courses that the AP testing program offers. Clearly, these students are making the most of their high school experience and they will be better prepared for success in college."

In 2006, LTHS was ranked 752 on Newsweek's list. In 2005 the school was ranked number 577, while in 2003 it was listed at 659. For more information on LTHS AP programs, contact the school's counseling office at (512) 533-6114."


Westwood High School was 92, Westlakecame in at #97 and Cedar Park was 1100.  See the rankings here: