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Old 04-12-2012, 07:37 PM
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The public schools seem to be much larger with more students than what we are used to. Just wondering what the smallest public schools are in the surrounding suburbs around Ft. Worth....say within a 40 mile radius.
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Old 04-12-2012, 09:14 PM
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you can use the TEA region XI website and see all public ISDs in this Tarrant side--
the smaller towns will have smaller ISDs with maybe a 2 or 3A high school--
most ISDs in the metro plex have 5A districts with senior classes in high schools of 1500-2000 students...and in 3 yr high school...
many elementary schools also have large enrollments and if it is K-6 school with 6 classes at 28 kids each--can have 600-1000 students...easy

White Settlement /Castleberrry ISD, Lake Worth, Godley might be 3As within your radius--but even smaller towns can have 4A district because the district pulls from rural area around the township itself

and just because a school might have smaller enrollment numbers I would not automatically equate that to better environment--
some larger schools offer programs that smaller disctricts can't--so you have to evaluate true quality of education at either locations

Some schools in a district MIGHT be smaller schools 4As in 5A district or 3A in 4A district but there is nor rhyme or reason--you would have to Google them out
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