White Settlement Independent School District

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White Settlement Independent School District
401 S. Cherry Lane, Fort Worth, TX 76108
United States of America
District information
Type Public
Motto Think Big … Bears Do!
Grades Pre-K through 12
Superintendent Frank Molinar[1]
Governing agency Texas Education Agency
Budget $62.3 million[2]
District ID 4845540[2]
Students and staff
Students 6,697[3]
Teachers 414.6[3]
Staff 727.1[3]
Other information
Website www.wsisd.com

White Settlement Independent School District is a public school district based in White Settlement, Texas (USA). The district serves students in White Settlement and a portion of Fort Worth in west central Tarrant County.

In 2009, the school district was rated "academically acceptable" by the Texas Education Agency.[4]


  • Brewer High School (Ninth Grade Center: Fort Worth)
  • Brewer Middle School
  • Tannahill Intermediate School (Fort Worth)
  • Blue Haze Elementary School (Fort Worth)
  • Liberty Elementary School
  • North Elementary School (Fort Worth)
  • West Elementary School
  • Fine Arts Academy
  • Mesa High School/Disciplinary Alternative Education Program (DAEP)



STAAR - Percent at Level II Satisfactory Standard or Above (Sum of All Grades Tested)[3]
Subject White Settlement ISD Region 11 State of Texas
Reading 76% 76% 73%
Mathematics 79% 78% 76%
Writing 73% 72% 69%
Science 81% 81% 79%
Soc. Studies 82% 80% 77%
All Tests 78% 77% 75%

Students in White Settlement typically perform close to local region and statewide averages on standardized tests. In 2015-2016 State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) results, 78% of students in White Settlement ISD met Level II Satisfactory standards, compared with 77% in Region 11 and 75% in the state of Texas.[3] The average SAT score of the class of 2015 was 1360, and the average ACT score was 20.1.[3]


In the 2015-2016 school year, the school district had a total of 6,697 students, ranging from early childhood education and pre-kindergarten through grade 12. The class of 2015 included 112 graduates; the annual drop-out rate across grades 9-12 was 1.8%.[3]

As of the 2015-2016 school year, the ethnic distribution of the school district was 49.5% White, 37.2% Hispanic, 7.1% African American, 1.5% Asian, 0.5% American Indian, 0.3% Pacific Islander, and 3.9% from two or more races. Economically disadvantaged students made up 53.8% of the student body.[3]


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