Education K-12

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Smith County has ten public independent school districts (ISDs) with the largest being Tyler ISD. Tyler ISD opened a new Career & Technology Center in the Fall of 2015, which connects students with real‐world experiences from a variety of career fields and interests in a rigorous, project‐based learning environment.

Tyler is also home to 18 private schools serving over 4,000 students and offers several magnet and charter school options.

Area K-12 Schools

Tyler ISD

  • Students: 18,230

  • Schools: 24

  • Teacher/Student Ratio: 14.9:1

Birdwell Dual Language Immersion School

  • Students: 547

  • Teacher/Student Ratio: 15:1

Caldwell Arts Academy

  • Students: 496

  • Teacher/Student Ratio: 14:1

Grace Community School

  • Students: 892

  • Teacher/Student Ratio: 12:1

All Saints Episcopal School

  • Students: 904

  • Teacher/Student Ratio: 9:1

Bishop Thomas K. Gorman Catholic School

  • Students: 291

  • Teacher/Student Ratio: 6:1

St. Gregory Cathedral School

The Leadership Academy

  • Students: 222

  • Teacher/Student Ratio: 7:1

Cumberland Academy

  • Students: 610

  • Teacher/Student Ratio: 13:1

The Brook Hill School

  • Students: 631

  • Teacher/Student Ratio: 10:1

Arp ISD

  • Students: 886

  • Schools: 3

  • Teacher/Student Ratio: 11.3:1

Bullard ISD

  • Students: 2,659

  • Schools: 6

  • Teacher/Student Ratio: 12.0:1

Chapel Hill ISD

  • Students: 3,527

  • Schools: 5

  • Teacher/Student Ratio: 14.3:1 

Lindale ISD

  • Students: 4,221

  • Schools: 6

  • Teacher/Student Ratio: 14.6:1

Troup ISD

  • Students: 1,088

  • Schools: 3

  • Teacher/Student Ratio: 12.8:1

Whitehouse ISD

  • Students: 4,928

  • Schools: 7

  • Teacher/Student Ratio: 15.1:1

Winona ISD

  • Students: 1,116

  • Schools: 3

  • Teacher/Student Ratio: 12:6:1