Public Schools in Dallas Fort Worth, Texas




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DFW Public Schools

Home to some of the country’s largest public school districts, the DFW metroplex continues to grow – and its educational system has followed suit.  Enrollment within the huge Dallas  Independent  School District (DISD) has only increased year over year – as the 14th-largest school district in the U.S., DISD now has more than 157,000 students.

With year over  year  gains  of  students,  the neighboring Fort Worth Independent School District now has 18 high  schools and 29 middle schools and 83 elementary schools. The district now boasts more than 86,000 students and plans to redesign, transform and revitalize the schools.

Independent School Districts, DFW has many other fast-growing public school districts in popular areas and neighborhoods  –  some of which are expected to double in size in the next 10 years, including Northwest ISD. Located north of Fort Worth and west of the Dallas, the district has traditionally added more than 1,200 new students each year. Eagle Mountain-Saginaw, also located near Fort Worth, is another growing district, as are the Mansfield, Keller, Denton, and Southlake ISDs.​

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