Central HS Chargers
Strike Like Lightning
Keller ISD's Central High School is located in Fort Worth just west of 377 and south of Heritage Trace Parkway/Kroger Dr. The crimson and gold "Chargers" carry the motto "Character, Honor, Service".
Like the lightning bolt that represents the Chargers' mascot, the 2550 or so students of Central High strike hot in community and state quality rankings. Located in one of the faster developing areas in Tarrant County, Central High opened in 2003 and grew to its current 5A status by 2006.
Neighborhoods feeding the school boundary include portions of the always popular Heritage, a large planned community that runs west from Central High all the way to I-35 W. Other neighborhoods that call their students "Chargers" include portions of Park Glen and Kingsridge to name just a few.
Not sure which neighborhoods in the Central High School boundary would suit you? Feel free to reach out and let me know what you hope to find... I'm happy to provide you with a list of "must see" neighborhoods when you're ready. -Cindy