Young residents at Karis attend schools zoned to Crowley ISD (CISD). The district serves more than 16,000 students who benefit from a laser focus on excellence in education – academics, arts, athletics, and real-world applications. With innovative programs, STEM Plus, ROTC, and career/tech and culinary extracurriculars, the district has seen great academic improvement in the last year, boasting a B rating in recent Star Tests.
Why We Love Crowley ISD
Crowley ISD is one of the most diverse districts in Tarrant County, where diversity and understanding are nurtured and celebrated. Vision 2025, Crowley ISD's five-year strategic plan, was developed with input from students, parents, staff and community members, a design team consisting of more than 30 district stakeholders. Such plan embodies the district’s cornerstones of equity and excellence in education and includes beliefs, learner outcomes and three specific goals for Crowley ISD: Thriving Students, Engaged Community and Empowered Staff.
Crowley ISD's brand-new elementary school is opening in fall 2024 in our neighborhood. This campus will be home to the Crowley Montessori Academy and help meet the needs of our growing community.
Principal Veronica Delgado looks forward to being a part of the close-knit community that she serves in Karis and Crowley ISD.
Crowley ISD is an open-enrollment district and, while students in Karis’ initial neighborhoods are zoned to S.H. Crowley Elementary, Richard J. Allie Middle School and Crowley High School, parents have the freedom to apply to any school throughout CISD via the in-district transfer request link.