Castleberry ISD Overview

The Castleberry Independent School District strives to provide the finest education to our students. Through this learning process, we prepare our students to be lifelong learners in our diverse, changing world and competitive workplace.

Our district is located five miles west of downtown Fort Worth, in a densely populated community covering an area of approximately 5.438 square miles. The district includes the City of River Oaks (pop. 7,574), a large portion of Sansom Park (pop. 4,776), and a small portion of the City of Fort Worth. Castleberry ISD is bound on the west and the south by the Trinity River, on the east by Fort Worth, and the north by Lake Worth.


The district employs 503 staff members consisting of teachers, administrators and support staff committed to providing a high quality learning environment for the 3,943 students enrolled in the district. The student body at Castleberry ISD comes from a diverse background: 76.8% of our students are Hispanic, 20.2% of our students are Anglo, 1.2% are African-American, .3% are Asian, and .3% are American Indian.*  


Castleberry ISD consists of seven campuses: Castleberry Elementary, A. V. Cato Elementary, Joy James Elementary, Irma Marsh Middle School, Castleberry High School, REACH High School, and TRUCE Learning Center.

* Demographic information obtained from PEIMS 2013 Fall Student Data Review
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