Children who live in Heritage attend schools in the highly acclaimed Keller Independent School District. KISD has ranked among the highest school districts in Texas, winning countless recognitions and awards.
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**denotes Exemplary campus
Bette Perot Elementary
As one of the fastest–growing school districts in Texas, the Keller Independent School District boasts two National Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence, 26 Texas Education Association (TEA) Exemplary and Recognized Schools, the 2007 Texas State Secondary Teacher of the Year and the 2008 Best Elementary Teacher of the Year. At the core of the Keller ISD’s accomplishments is a collaborative partnership among schools, parents and the community.
Central High School
Today, Keller ISD consists of 40 campuses serving more than 30,000 students enrolled in a four-tier system: Elementary (grades K—4), Intermediate (grades 5—6), Middle (grades 7—8) and High School (grades 9—12). Every school in Keller ISD integrates cutting-edge technology into its daily curriculum, as well as a commitment to helping students understand today’s technology, and grooming them to excel in the global marketplace.
Eagle Ridge Elementary
Activities beyond the classroom also play a vital role in enriching students’ daily academic experience. Academic decathlons, athletics, band, cheerleading, choir, DECA, drama, drill team and other UIL competitions provide students with exciting opportunities not only to compete, but to develop valuable teamwork skills, and grow as confident young leaders.
Lone Star Elementary
Keller ISD serves portions of the cities of Colleyville, Fort Worth, Haltom City, Hurst, North Richland Hills, Southlake, Watauga, Westlake and the entire City of Keller. It is currently rated Academically Acceptable by the Texas Education Association and all three on-site elementary schools are "Exemplary.".