AboutAbout Lake Worth ISD
Lake Worth ISD serves a diverse and fast-growing community, and while keeping pace with the ever-changing landscape the district holds true to its history of excellence.
The District serves more than 3,500 students in Tarrant County. With one Early Learning Academy, three Elementary Schools, one Middle School, and one High School, Lake Worth ISD enjoys a diverse student population and strong community partnerships.
Lake Worth ISD employs more than 500 staff members. Everything Lake Worth ISD employees do is focused on providing an exceptional educational experience for students whether it be teaching in the classroom, maintaining the facilities our students use or offering support and guidance for students and staff alike.
Under the leadership of the superintendent and the Board of Education, the District is undergoing a series of initiatives that will redesign, transform, and revitalize Lake Worth Schools.
Learn more about the culture of Lake Worth ISD by taking a look at the Core Documents that drive every decision made, viewing the history that guided us to where we are, and getting to know the people that make our district great.
LWISD - a learning community that fosters thinkers, contributors, competitors, and leaders.
LWISD will engage, challenge, and empower every student every day.
CORE BELIEFSLAKE WORTH INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT BELIEVES ...
Every student has worth, is capable of learning and can achieve high standards.
Education and communication are the shared responsibility of the student, school, home, and community.
In inspiring each other and holding one another accountable in a safe, supportive and collaborative environment.
All members of the school community are lifelong learners.
In the power of effective instruction, using sound research, data, and fidelity of practice.