Bartlett High School (Texas)

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Bartlett High School
404 North Robinson
Bartlett, Texas 76511-0170
United States
Coordinates 30°47′50″N 97°25′17″W / 30.7971°N 97.4213°W / 30.7971; -97.4213Coordinates: 30°47′50″N 97°25′17″W / 30.7971°N 97.4213°W / 30.7971; -97.4213
School type Public high school
Established 1916
School district Bartlett Independent School District
Principal Allen Reese
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 106 (2012)
Blue, Gray and White
Athletics conference UIL Class A
Mascot Bulldogs/Lady Bulldogs

Bartlett High School is a 1A public high school located in Bartlett, Texas, USA. It is part of the Bartlett Independent School District located in Bell County just north of the Bell-Williamson county line. In 2013, the school was rated "Met Standard" by the Texas Education Agency.[1]


The school was established in 1916 by Mr V.I. Moore, superintendent from 1916 to 1925, who left Bartlett to assume a faculty position at the University Of Texas. Mr Swope, chief administrator from 1948 to 1966, retired after overseeing the construction of the 1974 high school building. The Old High School was built in 1917, at a cost of approximately $20,000. The auditorium and additional classrooms were added in 1924 at a cost of about $40,000. The class of 1918 was the first to graduate from the building and from Bartlett High School; the class of 1966 was the last to graduate from the old high school.

In 2000, the new High School building was built. It is the only high school in Bartlett. Bartlett High School did not consolidate with the Bartlett Colored School until 1966. Bartlett High School has had acceptable ratings on the State Mandated test (TAKS). Bartlett Independent school district motto is, "We Are the Bulldog pack listen to us bark, be kind, accept responsibility, respect each other, keep doing your best, woof woof woof."

Student body/demographics[edit]

The Bartlett High School student body is 56% Hispanic, 34% African American, 10% caucasian and 4% other. Bartlett High School had an enrollment in fall 2008 of 111 students.


Bartlett High School has usually done very well academically. It had acceptable ratings on the TAKS Test in 2007 and 2008. In the past few years, more and more students from Bartlett are being accepted into Division I universities and colleges.


Bartlett High School has several programs including S.T.A.R.S. program, UIL programs, One Act Play Club, Spanish Club, Entomology Team, FFA and much more. The Bartlett FFA Club has been successful in many ways at the Bell County Youth Fair. Bartlett also has a business club that allows many students to go on to get scholarships.


The Bartlett Bulldogs compete in the following sports:[2]

State titles[edit]

Bartlet (UIL)

  • American football [3]
    • 1990(1A), 1992(1A), 1999(1A)

Bartlett Colored (PVIL)

  • American football [4]
    • 1964(PVIL-A)

State finalists[edit]

Bartlett (UIL)

  • Boys' basketball [5]
    • 1980(1A), 1983(2A)


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