Carroll School District Real Estate
Everyone's a Dragon
All for One and One for All
At just 21 square miles and educating around 8000 students, the Carroll School District may be small by Metroplex standards. But the district has proven year after year its large stature among schools across Texas and throughout the nation. A big part of that success is the "all for one, one for all" mentality reinforced throughout the district. The Dragon sense of legacy sets the tone for everyone who lives in the district.
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Carroll Schools get High Marks on the National Level
- Five Southlake Carroll schools have been named by the U.S. Department of Education as National Blue Ribbon Schools, an honor recognizing high achievement. Johnson, Rockenbaugh and Carroll Elementary Schools, Carroll Middle School and Carroll Senior High have all received the honor.
- Each year several Carroll ISD schools are named to the Texas Business Education Coalition's Honor Roll. Eight were included on the prestigous list in 2008. Seven Campuses were named in 2011.
- Carroll ISD students consistently score higher than the national average on assessment tests, with over 90 percent of students above the national average of the SAT and ACT.
- 98 percent of Carroll ISD seniors attend college after graduation, with the class of 2012 amassing over $25 million in scholarships.
- Carroll ISD has more than once earned the Division 5A Lone Star Cup, a statewide award for achievement across areas including fine arts, athletic and academic competitions.
Things We Love About Carroll ISD
Bridges the gap between state funding and the costs to deliver on the district’s promise of excellence in education.The nonprofit, 501(c)(3) corporation works to enrich student experience and elevate success.
Teachers & Staff
CISD teachers & staff help prepare our kids for the road ahead, an impact that goes well beyond their classroom. Who can tell where the influence stops? Their best gift to CISD students, though, is helping them believe in themselves.
The US Department of Education awarded Rockenbaugh, Johnson, and Carroll Elementary the National Blue Ribbon School designation. Carroll Middle and Carroll Sr. High School have also received the coveted award.
On any given day you'll find one of Carroll ISD’s greatest assets on each and every campus in the form of parent volunteers. Their involvement and support helps make Carroll ISD the powerhouse district it is.
Gifted and Talented Plus Academies Offered
The Carroll school district offers Advanced Placement and Honors courses in the upper school levels as well as a Gifted and Talented program at the elementary level. An advanced high school academic tract for kids interested in the medical field is available under the "Carroll Medical Academy" label. Designed for 9th-12th grade, the curriculum offers a math and science intensive course of studies that allows students to maximize the number of AP classes beginning their freshman year. Academy seniors have the opportunity for internships in a variety of medical practices in the local area. About 98% of Carroll Senior High School seniors go on to college or university after graduation.
Beyond its namesake
Southlake Carroll's Boundaries
Carroll ISD covers most all of the city of Southlake and spills into tiny parts of Grapevine and Westlake as well. There is a small portion of Southlake, west of Davis/Randoll Mill Rd. that falls within the Keller ISD. At just 21 square miles, the CISD consists of 11 schools including 1 high school and 1 senior high. The newest school, Walnut Grove Elementary, opened in the Fall of 2011.
The original Carroll Hill School, named after the Tarrant County Superintendent of Public Instruction, served as the district's only school until 1961 when the district added a new wing to to the building expanding instruction from only the first 8 grade levels to include high school. The first senior class graduated in 1965.
In the Southlake Carroll school district what is typically called a Jr. High is called High School, and it includes 9th and 10th grade. The Senior High is made up of 11th and 12th grade. Carroll Intermediate schools consist of 5th and 6th grade while Middle school is 7th and 8th.
Quick Facts About The Carroll ISD
Defending a Legacy
The Carroll Dragon, mascot for all schools in the Carroll School District, was designed by a student in the 1980's. The green, white and black Dragon logo superimposed over an outline of the state of Texas varies a bit at each campus level. Elementary campuses, for example, will display a bit less meanacing design. But make no mistake, each member of the Dragon family is aware of the responsiblity and pride associated with the design.
Your Perfect Home in the Carroll ISD
If you've read this far you're probably deep into research on homes for sale in the Carroll school district. Southlake provides a wide range of home styles and amenity levels, and I'm sure there's one that would be just right for you. I hope you'll reach out to me with any questions you may have about a move to the Dallas-Ft. Worth area in general and Southlake specifically. I've been in the real estate business in and around Southlake since 1989, and I'm always happy to share what I've learned and to help you make your move to Southlake the best it can be for you and your family. -Cindy
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