Local Schools

Azle ISD Info

Counties Served: Tarrant, Parker, and Wise

Incorporated Cities Served: Azle, Lakeside, Reno, Pelican Bay and Sanctuary and is located approximately 20 miles northwest of downtown Fort Worth.

Bordering Lakes: Lake Worth to the south and Eagle Mountain Lake to the east

District Size: Approximately 6,481 students

Division: In the new 5A football division, Azle High School is in 3-5A Division 1. Azle High School is in the 7-5A for basketball and volleyball.

Average Home Value in District: The average home value in Azle ISD is $156,000

Campus Name Overall Rating


Total Students Notes
High School
Azle High School B 1,814
Azle Hornet Academy A 77 100% Online for GED
Junior High School
Azle Junior High South B
  • Comparative Academic Growth
Santo J Forte Junior High C
  • Social Studies
Azle Elementary C 593
Cross Timbers Elementary C 539 National Blue Ribbon Campus
Eagle Heights Elementary B
  • Comparative Academic Growth
  • Comparative Closing the Gaps
Liberty Elementary C 487
Hoover Elementary B
  • Comparative Closing the Gaps
Silver Creek Elementary D 579
Walnut Creek Elementary C 519

Career and Technology Education

The Career and Technology Education (CTE) is Azle ISD’s cutting-edge, rigorous and relevant career and technical education program that prepares youth and adults for a wide range of high-wage, high-skill, high-demand careers. The program offers courses in 14 of 16 career clusters with 23 certifications available.

Student achievements in the CTE program include State and National qualifiers in Agriculture, Auto Tech, Audio & Visual Arts, Business Education, Family Science, Consumer Science, and Criminal Justice.

Career & Technical Education Catalog

Higher Education


Institution Distance (Miles) 2018 Enrollment # of Degrees Awarded
2-Year Colleges
North Central Texas College System 35 10,171 1,895
Tarrant County College, Northwest Campus 10 8,997 1,773
Weatherford Community College, Weatherford 20 6,284 1,430
Texas Christian University, Fort Worth 16 10,489 2,621
Texas Weslyan University, Fort Worth 20 2,587 499
Texas Women’s University, Denton 45 15,364 3,929
University of North Texas, Denton 42 38,087 9,337
University of Texas at Arlington 30 42,496 14,107

Source: Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board