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Education

Building Tomorrow's Workforce

Fort Worth offers a wide range of educational resources - from pre-kindergarten to graduate school - to its growing workforce and their families. 

Public Schools

With over 86,000 students in 83 elementary schools, 29 middle schools and 6th grade centers, 18 high schools and 16 other campuses, Fort Worth ISD enjoys a diverse student population and strong community partnerships. Under the leadership of the superintendent and the Board of Education, the District is undergoing a series of initiatives that will redesign, transform, and revitalize Fort Worth ISD Schools.

For more information, read about Strategic Pathways to Student Success.

For a list of every school in the district, visit Fort Worth ISD Our Schools.

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ENROLLMENT MEAN SAT

Arlington

64,913

1448

Azle

5,912

1411

Birdville

24,119

1464

Carroll

7,697

1723

Castleberry

3,808

1377

Crowley

15,000

1364

Eagle Mountain/Saginaw

17,674

1460

Everman

5,385

1253

Fort Worth

83,255

1329

Grapevine-Colleyville

13,328

1621

Hurst-Euless-Bedford

21,775

1484

Keller

33,254

1546

Kennedale

3,147

1427

Lake Worth

3,243

1246

Mansfield

32,831

1439

Northwest

17,752

1476

White Settlement

6,514

1362

 

Private Schools

There are over 200 private schools, inclusive of many faiths and teaching philosophies, in Fort Worth and Tarrant County. This gives parents multiple options for their children’s education. Below are some of the larger private schools located in Fort Worth.

INSTITUTION GRADES TAUGHT ENROLLMENT ANNUAL TUITION

All Saints’ Episcopal School

PK - 12

860

$14,740 - $16,000

Fort Worth Christian School

PK - 12

841

$7,300 - $11,100

Fort Worth Country Day School

K-12

1,110

$16,780 - $18,060

Nolan Catholic High School

9-12

975

$10,280 - $12,330

Trinity Valley School

K-12

964

$17,265 - $18,375

Colleges & Universities

Due to the numerous educational opportunities and successes in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, many Fort Worth high school seniors don’t have to go too far to pursue a quality degree. 

From well-known public and private universities to technical schools and medical training, the Metroplex attracts and produces talented, skilled employees at its many higher education institutions.  The region benefits from more than 60 colleges and universities, with a combined enrollment exceeding 325,000 students, graduating in excess of 35,000 annually. 

COLLEGE LOCATION ENROLLMENT TYPE

Tarleton State University
Fort Worth campus

Fort Worth

1,224

4+ year public

Tarrant County College

Fort Worth

50,628

2 year public

Texas Christian University

Fort Worth

10,033

4+ year private

Texas Wesleyan University

Fort Worth

2,614

4+ year private

Texas A&M University
School of Law

Fort Worth

730

Law

University of North Texas  Health Science Center

Fort Worth

2,242

Graduate school/Medical

Texas Woman’s University

Denton

15,075

4+ year private

University of North Texas

Denton

36,216

4+ year public

University of Texas at Arlington

Arlington

38,650

4+ year public