Crowley ISD Snapshot

  • Crowley ISD has 23 schools and 15,261 students. The school district employs more than 1,800 people throughout two high schools, two ninth-grade campuses, three middle schools, four intermediate schools, ten elementary schools, one career tech center, one alternative education camps and one employee child development center. Read more about Crowley ISD.
    CISD District Snapshot (PDF)
    The district serves the city of Crowley, southwest Fort Worth and portions of Johnson County. More than one-third (9.7 miles) of the new Chisholm Trail Parkway runs through Crowley ISD. Enrollment in Crowley ISD has more than doubled in the last 15 years and is expected to increase with the new residential and commercial development along the Chisholm Trail Parkway.
    Crowley ISD exceeds state standards in all four of the key academic indexes in the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) with campuses receiving 15 distinction designations in 2016. Crowley ISD 2015-16 TAPR
    Tarrant County College operates a satellite campus inside one the district’s schools, allowing students to take dual-credit courses during the school day.
    The district’s new MyChoice Programs offer a variety of academies inside traditional schools including fine arts, STEM, leadership and early college high school.
    Crowley ISD operates within a general fund budget of $130.1 million and debt service budget of $25.3 million (2016-17 fiscal year). The school district tax rate is $1.65 ($1.17 M&O and $0.48 I&S). The community supported passage of a 13 cent tax ratification election (TRE) in 2012.