In 2012-13, Keller ISD graduates were offered more than $43 million in scholarships, a figure up nearly $21 million in the last six years.
Activities beyond the classroom also play a major role in fulfilling our goals for students. Students participating in academic decathlon, athletics, band, cheerleading, choir, DECA, drama, drill team and other UIL competitions have enjoyed the thrill of championship recognition.
Our Enrollment Growth
Keller ISD has 39 campuses serving more than 33,000 students. Enrollment in Keller ISD has more than doubled during the past 10 years and is expected to rise to more than 40,000 during the next decade, making us one of the fastest-growing school districts in Texas.
To help accommodate this growth, the district has opened 23 new schools since 2000, including a fourth high school in 2009. The community approved a bond proposal in November 2008 that allowed the construction of Timberview Middle School and the Keller Early Learning Center which opened in August 2010, and the District's 22nd elementary campus, Ridgeview Elementary in August 2011.
Keller ISD students advance through a four-tier campus system: Elementary (grades K-4), Intermediate (grades 5-6), Middle (grades 7-8) and High School (grade 9-12). Visit Our Schools
The district serves portions of the cities of Colleyville, Fort Worth, Haltom City, Hurst, North Richland Hills, Southlake, Watauga, and Westlake and the entire City of Keller. Its 51 square miles encompass the third-largest land area in Tarrant County.
KISD employs more than 3,800 staff members including just over 2,500 classroom instructional employees. Everything Keller ISD employees do is focused on providing an exceptional educational experience for students whether it be teaching in the classroom, maintaining the facilities our students use, or offering support and guidance for students and staff alike.
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