Tyler Independent School District

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Tyler Independent School District
Tyler Independent School District
1319 Earl Campbell Parkway
Tyler, TX 75701

United States
Type Public
Superintendent Marty Crawford
Staff 2,704
Grades Pre-K - 12
Enrollment 18,029

Tyler Independent School District is a public school district based in Tyler, Texas (USA).

In addition to serving most of Tyler, the district serves the city of Noonday and rural areas in west central Smith County. Notable alumni include Earl Campbell (John Tyler High School) and Sandy Duncan (Robert E. Lee High School).

In 2009, the school district was rated "academically acceptable" by the Texas Education Agency.[1]


Demographics 2010 - 2011 [1]
Ethnicity Percent
White 27.5 %
Hispanic 39.4 %
African American 31.4 %
Native American 0.3 %
Asian/Pacific Islander 1.5 %

The information above was obtained from the most recent AEIS report available from the Texas Education Agency that was updated in February 2011. Each report contains data for the previous completed school year.


High Schools (Grades 9-12)[edit]

Middle Schools (Grades 6-8)[edit]

  • Boulter Middle School
  • Matthew W. Dogan Middle School
  • James S. Hogg Middle School
  • Richard B. Hubbard Middle School
  • Moore Math, Science, Technology (MST) Magnet
  • Three Lakes Middle School

Elementary Schools (Grades PK-5)[edit]

  • Austin Elementary
  • Bell Elementary Global Communications Academy
  • Birdwell Elementary
  • Bonner Elementary
  • Caldwell Elementary Arts Academy
  • Clarkston Elementary[2]
  • Dixie Elementary
  • Douglas Elementary
  • Griffin Elementary
  • Jack Elementary
  • Jones Elementary Math, Science, Technology (MST) Academy
  • Orr Elementary
  • Owens Elementary
  • Peete Elementary
  • Ramey Elementary
  • Rice Elementary
  • Woods Elementary

Auxiliary Facilities[edit]

Tyler ISD also maintains the Professional Development Complex (located adjacent to Peete Elementary in Tyler). This facility houses a small number of information technology staff and serves as a large training facility for Tyler ISD faculty and staff. It is located in the building which served as the former campus of Peete Elementary (commonly called, "The Old Peete Campus"). Gary Elementary also serves as the district's site for elementary gifted and talented education (referred to as the TARGET program)

School Photographs[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "2009 Accountability Rating System". Texas Education Agency, though that rating is no longer current. 
  2. ^ Megan Middleton (December 14, 2009). "Early To Build: New Clarkston Elementary Ahead of Schedule". Tyler Morning Telegraph (Newspaper). Butler Publishing. p. 1A, 6A. 

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