School Districts in Dallas-Fort Worth, TX




The Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex covers more than 400 square miles, and includes more than 100 public school districts, plus many smaller districts throughout North Texas. The following is a snapshot of the major public school districts for those relocating to Dallas, Fort Worth or surrounding areas to help

We’ve included a brief description of each district, number of students, number of schools by category (i.e. elementary, middle, junior high and high school), coverage area, average SAT/ACT scores, and student/teacher ratio, where available. The statistics below reflect 2011-2012 school year data – a synopsis of the Texas Education Agency’s most recent Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS) reports. NOTE: Some district enrollment numbers may be off in certain cases, since districts often update their enrollment figures more frequently.

For more comprehensive information on each district, or if your particular district is not listed, contact the Texas Education Agency at 512-463-9734, or visit www.tea.state.tx.us, where you can look up statistics for any school district – or any school – in Texas. Year over year statistics are usually updated by the end of August of each year. Also, many districts have their own website; if available, those are also listed with each district’s information.

Allen ISD           

Ken Helvey, Superintendent
612 E. Bethany Drive       
Allen 75002      
972-727-0511  
www.allenisd.org
16 elementary schools, 3 middle schools, 1 freshman center and 2 high schools;  2 alternative schools
Located north of the Dallas area in Collin County, Allen ISD enrolled 19,364 students for the 2011-2012 school year. Students from neighboring Fairview and Lucas also attend grades 10-12 in Allen. The average SAT score was 1096, average ACT score was 24.1, and 98 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $7,866, and the number of students per teacher was 16.3.

Arlington ISD

Jerry McCullough, Superintendent
1203 W. Pioneer Parkway            
Arlington 76013 
682-867-4611
www.aisd.net                             
52 elementary schools 13 junior high schools, 9 senior high schools, and several alternative schools
Located in Tarrant County, Arlington ISD enrolled 64,594 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 984, the average ACT score was 21.0, and 91 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $8,279, and the number of students per teacher was 16.4.

Birdville ISD

Darrell G. Brown, Superintendent
6125 E. Belknap St.
Haltom City 76117         
817-547-5700  
www.birdville.k12.tx.us
20 elementary schools, 7 middle schools, 4 high schools, and 2 learning centers
Birdville ISD enrolled 23,629 students for the 2011-2012 school year. Located in Tarrant County, its campuses serve Richland Hills and parts of Colleyville, Fort Worth, Haltom City, Hurst, North Richland Hills, and Watauga. The average SAT score was 1002, average ACT score was 22.0, and 93 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $8,002, and the number of students per teacher was 15.8.

Burleson ISD

Richard Crummel, Superintendent
1160 S.W. Wilshire Blvd.
Burleson 76028
817-245-1000
www.burlesonisd.net
19 elementary schools, 2 middle schools, 3 high schools, and 1 alternative school
Serving students in southern Tarrant and northern Johnson County, Burleson ISD enrolled 10,221 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 997, average ACT score was 22.3, and 95 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $8,214, and the number of students per teacher was 15.7.

Carroll ISD

David Faltys, Superintendent
3051 Dove Road
Grapevine, TX 76051
817-949-8222
www.southlakecarroll.edu
5 elementary schools, 2 intermediate schools, 2 middle schools, and 2 high schools
Carroll ISD, located in Tarrant County, serves students in the Carroll and Southlake communities, and is one of the top school districts in Texas. The district enrolled 7,673 students during the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 1155, average ACT score was 25.7, and 99 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $8,459 and the number of students per teacher was 15.0.

Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD        

Dr. Bobby C. Burns, Superintendent  
1445 N. Perry Road                    
Carrollton 75011
972-968-6100  
www.cfbisd.edu
23 elementary schools, 7 middle schools, 6 high schools, and 5 special programs centers (K-8/9-12)
Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD serves students in parts of Carrollton, Farmers Branch, Addison, Coppell, Dallas, and Irving, and the district enrolled 26,340 students during the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 998, average ACT score was 21.6, and 95 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $8,759, and the number of students per teacher was 16.1.

Castleberry ISD

Gary S. Jones, Superintendent
315 Churchill Road
Fort Worth 76114
817-252-2000
www.castleberryisd.net
3 elementary schools, 1 middle school, 2 high schools, and 1 alternative campus
Castleberry ISD is a small school district located five miles west of downtown Fort Worth and includes River Oaks, a large portion of Sansom Park, and a small portion of Fort Worth. The district enrolled 3,660 students during the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 904, the average ACT score was 19.6, and 99 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $8,030 and the number of students per teacher was 17.1. The TEA rated the district Recognized.

Cedar Hill ISD

Horace Williams, Superintendent
285 Uptown Blvd., Building 300
Cedar Hill 75104
972-291-1581
www.chisd.net
6 elementary schools (K-4), 2 intermediate schools (5-6), 2 middle schools (7-8), 1 ninth-grade center, 1 early college high school, and 1 high school (10-12)
Cedar Hill ISD, located just outside of Dallas, serves the community of Cedar Hill, and the district enrolled 8,139 students during the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 872, average ACT score was 18.3, and 93 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $8,321, and the number of students per teacher was 16.9.

Cleburne ISD

Dr. Timothy Miller, Superintendent
505 N. Ridgeway, Suite 100
Cleburne 76033
817-202-1100
www.cleburne.k12.tx.us
7 elementary schools, 2 middle schools, 2 high schools, and 1 alternative campus
Cleburne ISD covers nearly 206 square miles in Johnson County, just outside of Fort Worth, and the district enrolled 6,741 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 990, the average ACT score was 22.2, and 92 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $8,152, and the number of students per teacher was 15.3.

Coppell ISD

Dr. Jeff Turner, Superintendent
200 South Denton Tap Road
Coppell 75019
214-496-6000
www.coppellisd.com
9 elementary schools, 3 middle schools, 1 high school, 1 education annex, and 1 alternative campus
One of the area’s top school districts, Coppell ISD is located just north of Dallas and enrolled 10,645 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 1140, the average ACT score was 25.2, and 99 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $7,924, and the number of student per teacher was 15.8.

Corsicana ISD

Dr. Diane Frost, Superintendent
601 North 13th Street
Corsicana 75110
972-617-3535
www.cisd.org
5 elementary schools, 1 intermediate school, 1 middle school, and 1 high school
Located about 58 miles from Dallas in Navarro County, Corsicana ISD enrolled 5,782 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 896, the average ACT score was 17.8, and 93 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $8,266, and the number of students per teacher was 15.8.

Dallas ISD          

Alan King, Superintendent   
3700 Ross Avenue           
Dallas 75204
972-925-3700
www.dallasisd.org
155 elementary schools (includes 4 magnets, 1 elementary/middle school vanguard, and 2 Montessori schools), 32 middle schools (including 6 magnets), 32 high schools (including 9 magnets), and 8 alternative schools programs
Serving an area of 384 square miles and 11 municipalities in Dallas County, Dallas ISD is one of the largest in the state, enrolling 157,085 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 863, the average ACT score was 17.1, and 90 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $9,674, and the number of students per teacher was 15.3.

Denison ISD

Dr. Henry Scott, Superintendent
1201 South Rusk
Denison 75020
903-462-7000
www.denisonisd.net
7 elementary schools, 1 middle school, 1 high school, and 1 alternative school
Located in Grayson County about 70 miles north of Dallas, Denison ISD enrolled 4,392 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 1036, the average ACT score was 21.3, and 96 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $8,888, and the number of students per teacher was 13.6.

Denton ISD

Dr. Jamie Wilson, Superintendent     
1307 N. Locust Street      
Denton 76201   
940-369-0000  
www.dentonisd.org
21 elementary schools, 7 middle schools, 4 high schools, 1 alternative high school, 1 early childhood center, and an advanced technology complex
Located about 25 miles north of the Dallas area, Denison ISD serves either all or parts of Denton, Bartonville, Cross Roads, Double Oak, Lantana, Corinth, Oak Point, Copper Canyon, Shady Shores, Providence, Savannah, Robson Ranch, Paloma Creek and Cross Oaks Ranch. The district enrolled 24,738 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 1000, the average ACT score was 21.1, and 93 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $8,867, and number of students per teacher was 14.0.

Duncanville ISD   

Dr. Alfred Ray, Superintendent         
802 S. Main St.              
Duncanville, TX 75137     
972-708-2000
www.duncanvilleisd.org
9 elementary schools, 3 intermediate schools, 3 middle schools, 1 high school, and 2 alternative campuses
Duncanville ISD is located in the southwest region of Dallas County, along the corridors of I-20 and US Hwy 67, and serves the city of Duncanville and portions of Dallas, Cedar Hill, and DeSoto. The district enrolled 13,055 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 935, the average ACT score was 19.3, and 87 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $7,905, and the number of students per teacher was 17.3.

Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD

Jim Chadwell, Superintendent of Schools        
1200 Old Decatur Road
Fort Worth 76179
817-232-0880
www.emsisd.com
1 Pre-K/early childhood center, 15 elementary schools, 5 middle schools, 4 high schools; 1 alternative learning center, and the Sarah Hollenstein Career and Technology Center
One of the area’s fastest growing school districts, the Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD is located in the northwest corner of Tarrant County and includes parts of the cities of Saginaw, Blue Mound and Fort Worth. The district enrolled 17,108 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 994, the average ACT score was 21.4, and 96 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $8,057, and the number of students per teacher was 16.6.

Fort Worth ISD    

Walter Dansby, Superintendent                    
100 N. University Drive                
Fort Worth 76107          
817-871-2000  
www.fortworthisd.org
83 elementary schools, 28 middle schools and 6th grade centers, 14 high schools, and 17 special campuses
One of the state’s largest school districts, Fort Worth ISD serves the city of Fort Worth and much of Tarrant County and enrolled 82,853 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 905, the average ACT score was 18.1, and 88 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $9,245, and the number of students per teacher was 16.2.

Frisco ISD          

Rick Reedy, Superintendent of Schools
6942 Maple St.             
Frisco 75034     
469-633-6000  
www.friscoisd.org
34 elementary schools, 13 middle schools, 7 high schools, and 4 special program schools
Frisco ISD is located 30 miles north of Dallas and serves students in Collin and Denton Counties, plus the city of Frisco and in areas of McKinney, Plano and Little Elm. A top school district that’s also one of the DFW area’s fastest-growing, Frisco ISD enrolled 39,903 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 1062, the average ACT score was 23.5, and 99 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $8,151, and the number of students per teacher was 15.0.

Garland ISD

Curtis Culwell, Superintendent
501 S. Jupiter Road                     
Garland 75042  
972-494-8201  
www.garlandisd.net
2 Pre-K schools, 47 elementary schools, 12 middle schools, 8 high schools, 1 non-traditional 8-12 campus, 1 cooperative behavior center, and 1 alternative education center
Located in the northeastern corner of Dallas County, Garland ISD serves the suburban cities of Garland, Rowlett and Sachse and enrolled 57,954 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 973, the average ACT score was 20.3, and 95 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $7,934, and the number of students per teacher was 15.9.

Grand Prairie ISD

Dr. Susan Simpson Hull, Superintendent          
2602 S. Belt Line Road                 
Grand Prairie 75052       
972-264-6141  
www.gpisd.org
25 elementary schools, 7 middle schools, 2 ninth-grade centers, 3 high schools, and 2 alternative education schools
Grand Prairie ISD is a 58-square mile district that serves students within the Dallas County portion of Grand Prairie; the district enrolled 26,516 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 945, the average ACT score was 19.3, and 94 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $7,967, and the number of students per teacher was 16.6.

Grapevine-Colleyville ISD  

Dr. Robin Ryan, Superintendent        
3051 Ira E. Woods Avenue                      
Grapevine 76051           
817-488-9588  
www.gcisd-k12.org
11 elementary schools, 4 middle schools, 3 high schools, and 2 alternative campuses
Grapevine-Colleyville ISD is located in Tarrant County, near Fort Worth, and serves the cities of Grapevine and Colleyville. One of the area’s acclaimed school districts, Grapevine-Colleyville ISD enrolled 13,448 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 1099, the average ACT score was 24.5, and 98 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $8,331, and the number of students per teacher was 14.9.

Highland Park ISD

Dr. Dawson Orr, Superintendent
7015 Westchester Drive
Dallas 75205
214-780-3000
www.hpisd.org
4 elementary schools, 2 middle schools, and 1 high school
Highland Park ISD, one of the top school districts in Texas, is located in Dallas County and serves the cities of Highland Park and parts of University Park. The district enrolled 6,770 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 1215, the average ACT score was 26.8, and 100 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $8,785, and the number of students per teacher was 15.8.

Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD   

Gene Buinger, Superintendent         
1849 Central Drive         
Bedford 76022  
817-283-4461  
www.hebisd.edu
19 elementary schools, 5 junior high schools, 3 high schools, 2 alternative high schools, and a technical education center
Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD, located in Tarrant County, is 44.3 square miles and serves the residents of Hurst, Euless, and Bedford, as well as portions of North Richland Hills, Colleyville, Fort Worth and Arlington. The district enrolled 21,540 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 1027, the average ACT score was 22.0, and 97 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $8,079, and the number of students per teacher was 16.6.

Irving ISD           

Dr. Dana T. Bedden, Superintendent 
2621 W. Airport Freeway            
Irving 75062     
972-215-5000  
www.irvingisd.net
3 early childhood centers, 22 elementary schools, 8 middle schools, 7 high schools, and 4 learning centers
Located just west of DFW International Airport, Irving ISD serves 48.5 square miles within the city of Irving and enrolled 34,672 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 847, the average ACT score was 18.7, and 92 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $8,600, and the number of students per teacher was 15.2.

Keller ISD          

Dr. James Veitenheimer, Superintendent         
350 Keller Parkway                     
Keller 76248     
817-744-1000  
www.kellerisd.net
22 elementary schools, 1 early learning center, 5 intermediate schools, 5 middle schools, 4 high schools, and 1 alternative high school
Keller ISD, located in Tarrant County, serves portions of the cities of Colleyville, Fort Worth, Haltom City, Hurst, North Richland Hills, Southlake, Watauga, and Westlake, as well as most of the city of Keller. The district enrolled 33,017 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 1044, the average ACT score was 22.7, and 97 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $7,225, and the number of students per teacher was 17.6.

Kaufman ISD

Todd Williams, Superintendent
1000 S. Houston
Kaufman 75142
972-932-2622
www.kaufman.ednet10.net
1 early childhood center, 1 primary school, 1 elementary school, 1 intermediate school, 1 junior high school, 1 high school, and 1 alternative learning center
Kaufman ISD, in Kaufman County, is a small school district located 32 miles east of downtown Dallas on Highway 175, bordering Dallas, Ellis, Henderson, Hunt, Van Zandt and Rockwall counties. The district enrolled 3,812 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 943, the average ACT score was 17.9, and 91 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $8,512, and the number of students per teacher was 15.1.

Lake Dallas ISD

Gayle Stinson, Superintendent
315 E. Hundley
Lake Dallas 75065
940-497-4039
www.ldisd.net
3 elementary schools, 1 middle school, and 1 high school
Located north of Dallas in Denton County, Lake Dallas ISD serves students in the small city of Lake Dallas, enrolling 4,079 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 993, the average ACT score was 21.8, and 95 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $8,050, and the number of students per teacher was 15.2.

Lake Worth ISD

Dr. Janice Cooper, Superintendent
6805 Telephone Road
Lake Worth 76135
817-306-4200
www.lake-worth.k12.tx.us
1 early childhood center, 3 elementary schools, 1 intermediate school, 1 middle school, and 1 high school
Located in Tarrant County, Lake Worth ISD enrolled 3,142 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 905, the average ACT score was 16.3, and 88 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $8,434, and the number of students per teacher was 16.0.

Lancaster ISD

Michael McFarland, Superintendent
422 S. Centre Avenue
Lancaster 75146
972-218-1400
www.lancasterisd.org
7 elementary schools, 1 middle school, 1 6th grade learning center, 1 high school, and 2 alternative schools
Located in Dallas County, Lancaster ISD enrolled 6,160 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 802, the average ACT score was 15.4, and 88 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $8,470, and the number of students per teacher was 17.2.

Lewisville ISD

Dr. Stephen F. Waddell, Superintendent        
1800 Timber Creek Road             
Flower Mound 75028      
469-713-5200  
www.lisd.net
1 early childhood center, 42 elementary schools, 16 middle schools, 3 ninth-grade schools, 8 high schools, and 4 alternative schools
Depending on district boundaries, Lewisville ISD serves either all or parts of the cities of Argyle, Carrollton, Coppell, Copper Canyon, Double Oak, Flower Mound, Frisco, Grapevine, Highland Village, Hebron, Lewisville, Plano, and The Colony. The district enrolled 51,779 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 1079, the average ACT score was 23.8, and 97 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $8,495, and the number of students per teacher was 14.0.

Mansfield ISD

Dr. Bob Morrison, Superintendent of Schools
605 E. Broad St.            
Mansfield 76063
817-299-6300  
www.mansfieldisd.org
23 elementary schools, 6 intermediate schools, 6 middle schools, 6 high schools, and 2 alternative schools
Mansfield ISD covers 94.5 square miles in Tarrant and Johnson Counties, with students from sections of Mansfield, south Arlington, West Grand Prairie, and Rendon. The district enrolled 32,509 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 977, the average ACT score was 20.9, and 95 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $7,386, and the number of students per teacher was 16.7.

McKinney ISD

Dr. J.D. Kennedy, Superintendent     
1 Duvall St.                    
McKinney 75069
469-742-4000  
www.mckinneyisd.net
1 early childhood education center, 20 elementary schools, 5 middle schools, 3 high schools, and 4 alternative schools
Located in Collin County, McKinney ISD enrolled 24,572 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 1051, the average ACT score was 23.0, and 96 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $8,212, and the number of students per teacher was 15.2.

Mesquite ISD

Linda Henrie, Superintendent           
405 E. Davis St.             
Mesquite 75149 
972-822-6411  
www.mesquiteisd.org
32 elementary schools, 8 middle schools, 6 high schools, and 1 alternative campus
Mesquite ISD includes about 60 square miles along either side of I-635 in east Dallas County, with students from the communities of Mesquite, Garland and Balch Springs, and parts of Dallas, as well as high school students from Sunnyvale. The district enrolled 38,174 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 930, the average ACT score was 19.2, and 93 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $7,971, and the number of students per teacher was 15.7.

Northwest ISD    

Karen Rue, Superintendent of Schools
2001 Texan Drive                       
Justin 76247      
817-215-0000  
www.nisdtx.org
16 elementary schools, 4 middle schools, 2 high schools, 1 accelerated high school, a special programs center, and a community-based youth residential program
Northwest ISD, located in Denton County, is one of the area’s fastest growing school districts – enrolling 16,556 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 1000, the average ACT score was 22.7, and 97 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $9,221, and the number of students per teacher was 16.0.

Plano ISD          

Richard Matkin, Superintendent        
2700 W. 15th St.                      
Plano 75075     
469-752-8100  
www.pisd.edu
5 preschools, 49 elementary schools, 12 middle schools, 6 high schools (9-10), 5 senior high schools (11-12), and 2 special programs centers
Plano ISD encompasses 100 square miles in southwest Collin County and serves students in Plano, northern portions of cities of Dallas and Richardson, the city of Parker and parts of Allen and Murphy. The district enrolled 55,386 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 1142, the average ACT score was 25.7, and 97 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $8,460 and the number of students per teacher was 14.5.

Richardson ISD   

Kay Waggoner, Superintendent       
400 S. Greenville Ave.                
Richardson 75081           
469-593-0000  
www.risd.org
39 elementary schools; 8 junior high schools; 4 high schools; and 1 alternative learning center
Richardson ISD is located in northern Dallas County and covers 38.5 square miles, including students from most of the city of Richardson, as well as part of the cities of Dallas and Garland. The district enrolled 36,946 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 1036, the average ACT score was 22.2, and 95 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $8,318 and the number of students per teacher was 15.3.

Rockwall ISD

Jeff Bailey, Superintendent  
1050 Williams St.                       
Rockwall 75087 
972-771-0605  
www.rockwallisd.com
12 elementary schools, 3 middle schools, 2 high schools, and 1 alternative learning center
Rockwall ISD, located in Rockwall County, enrolled 14,213 students for the 2011-2012 school year. The average SAT score was 1056, the average ACT score was 23.2, and 97 percent of students passed the TAKS test at the exit level. Actual per pupil expenditures were $8,217, and the number of students per teacher was 16.4.

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