Students enrolled 1758
School leader STEFANI ALLEN
Transportation options Yes
District Crowley Independent School District

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9100 South Hulen Street
Fort Worth, TX 76123

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3 stars
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May 27, 2014
I am a graduate of 2013, and my experience wasn't pleasant. I admit that the school have improved since my sophomore year, but a lot of the problems remained. the teachers I received were mostly powerless to teach us in a way that we could benefit, whether its because of the curriculum is forcing them to teach stagnant lessons or a few student's behavior. and by the end of the year those who at least tried to get something out of it give up.

- submitted by a student
May 25, 2014
I am a graduating Senior at North Crowley High School and I have to agree with the majority of the reviews I have read so far. The majority of the teachers at this school either have no idea how to teach or don't care whether the students learn or not. I always hear people saying they wish they attended a Crowley school because the academics are good and it's in a "good area" but the area seems to be getting worse and worse. North Crowley looks nice and shiny on the outside but the inside is filled with nothing but cramped hallways, annoying Assistant Principals, and teachers who care more about dress code than they do education. I think it is very sad that during the 2012-2013 school year, North Crowley had their first pep-rally in nearly 7 years. There is absolutely no school spirit. It is safe to say that I wish I could have spent my high school years at a different school, however; I do wish the best to all the upcoming students and especially the rising seniors.

- submitted by a community member
May 23, 2014
North Crowley has been a blessing to Tarrant county. Students are friendly and super smart and talented. The teachers and staff are dedicated to student success. The administrators are among the friendliest and most intelligent people I have ever had the pleasure of working with and knowing. Oh . . . and Java City rules! Go Panthers!

- submitted by a teacher
May 09, 2014
As a student of NCHS, I would say that it's not that great. Some of the teachers don't care at all about teaching and as a result the students don't learn anything. However, there are one or two teachers who are absolutely amazing and know what they are doing. Cheating is also extremely prevalent in this school. This school has no orchestra or Academic UIL Programs which is disappointing. It would also be nice if we had clubs such as Whiz Quiz or TMSCA that allowed us to enter in academic competitions.

- submitted by a student
April 15, 2014
i liked attending this school very much the teachers were excellent and i loved the experience!

- submitted by a student
March 18, 2014
North Crowley High School is the worse school my children have attended! When we moved here four years ago I thought after coming from Everman North Crowley would be a much better educational service to my children. Boy was I wrong! You have teachers fighting students, coaches bullying athletes and with holding mail from colleges to the athletes. More so it seems that the dress code means more than the education! The kids can sag as long as the color of their shirt is right! We have tried to tuff it out, but even though our son will be a senior next year we are moving! This school is doing a great injustice to the students of this so called educational system.This year a male teacher jumped at my senior daughter in an aggressive manner in the name of joking with her. We reported him and all that happened was the teacher was "talked to" and my daughter was moved to a different class. It saddens me that we stayed this long. We have a daughter that will be graduating in June and feel that she did not get to experience the true feel of high school. She feels more like she was in prison than school! Needless to say, we are selling our home and getting far away from this area!

- submitted by a parent
August 23, 2013
I graduated from this school and loved it. People over exaggerate on things around here. The average home around here is 175,000-300,000..... Great area just some need an attitude change.

- submitted by a student
January 02, 2012
I can't wait to graduate this jail prisoned school because,the lunch lines are too long, the teachers care only about our strict dress code and not enough about education while others do, some of the teachers can't control the class because it's so loud in the class,the bathrooms are nasty and their is toilet paper on the floors while its not flushed, the principal is nice but all of our privilages have been taken away like early dissmal if a few kids are fighting they want to give everybody punishment coming from a student parents don't bring your kid here you guys will both hate it

- submitted by a student
August 08, 2011
I'm graduating this year, and I have to say I'm extremely happy to get out of this ridiculous school. The teachers could care less if you succeed or not, the lunch lines are huuuuuge to the point where you can't get your lunch. Just awful. And the dress code. The dress code is strict, and the colors that we can wear are so hideous and boring. It also isn't even clean! Bullying is ignored by teachers. That was a major thing I had a problem about. The test averages of our school is horrendous. The teachers can't teach because they can't control the class. Awful. Coming from a student, please parents don't bring your children here. You and your child won't be happy.

- submitted by a student
July 05, 2011
I believe that the quality of this school has gone down a great deal from when it first opened. Stricter guidelines and more security is needed.

- submitted by a parent
August 31, 2010
As a teacher, I find it very frustrating that many of the problems we have in class DO NOT LIVE IN THE DISTRICT. I bring this to the administration's attention with viable proof and they tell me that it is not my job to check addresses but to teach. If these are the same children who are keeping me from teaching and the other kids from learning, don't you think something should be done? Other districts check residences and don't have this problem. Why does Crowley?

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December 18, 2009
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September 01, 2009
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- submitted by a student
August 12, 2009
I graduated from North Crowley in the class of 2009 and I believe that North Crowley is a good public school. If a student puts forth effort in making good grades and making the most out of their time at North Crowley, then they will be fine. There has been a problem recently with teacher lay-offs, meaning teachers will probably have more to deal with in the class rooms. This could cause problems as i'm sure the district knows. I also did not like the standardized dress code. It was a hassle only being able to wear one type of shirt in six mundane colors. At the end of the day, North Crowley is your typical public school... Not great, not horrible.

- submitted by a student
no rating July 29, 2009
North Crowley is a school that has quite a lot of pros and cons. I am a student who works hard for every grade i earn, and I do so with minimal help from teachers and staff. They not only have faculty that could care less about the students welfare, but also teachers who serve as more of a distraction then any help. Extra-curricular activities, like any school, may overlap and conflict but the head-staff seldom does anything to accommodate their students and student athletes. That as a student is very discouraging and frustrating as well. There is a lot of emphasizing on dress code, which at times is understandable, but more times than not, distracting. I as a student have been withheld from core classes because my shirt was the wrong shade of green. Then I was foolish enough to believe school was for an education not fashion, now know.

- submitted by a student
July 16, 2009
North crowley is a very good school to come to academic wise and it would look really good on your college application but its not a school you would enjoy. I cant remember the last time they had any thing fun planned for the kids besides the year around talent show. Its like a prison camp. Kids are so afraid to do anything out of the routine and some seniors say that prom is even boring and thats sad all they seem to care about is if your shirt is tucked in do you have your id and are you doing what i say do. What a way to spend your 4 years of high school with nothing exciting ever happening but all you can remember is how good of grades i made and how north crowley would look on your college application thats all good but what about the fun!

- submitted by a student
June 19, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
June 13, 2009
This school is truly wonderful! The teachers are very insistent on making sure the students learn a lot, especially at the AP level. Test scores at the AP level are consistently high due to preparation. There are many fantastic extracurricular and competition activities available, before and after school.

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June 03, 2009
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- submitted by a student
December 14, 2008
My daughter gets good grades but I assure you it is not because of the school or the teachers. Most of the teachers do not care or even support the kids that really want to learn and alot of that is they have no control over the kids it is more like the kids are running the class which is really sad. We moved here from CA and my daughter was in advanced classes and Gate, but here she gets good grades but she struggles she can't get any help from her teachers and that panther thing they have after school is a joke.

- submitted by a parent
November 25, 2008
I would give the school 3 stars. My child has a 4.1 but it is due to her efforts not the teachers. The academic teachers have a few teachers who don't care about teaching but the performing arts teachers put out an extraordinary effort to teaching the kids high standards. The school recently hosted a Region Choir UIL and I was disappointed and embarassed that the school Principal didn't care enough about the school's reputation to have the bathrooms cleaned up in the areas where students and judges would be located. They were disgusting and it didn't go unnoticed by our guests. Shame on you NC for not caring!

- submitted by a parent
November 25, 2008
I came from a school that had high academic credintials. Unfortunatley, my parents built a new house in Crowley ISD. I had no choice but to move. I started when I was a sophomore, and a I am now a senior. I have to say, since I began attending North Crowley my GPA dropped from a 3.875 to a 2.8 in one semeseter. I have successfully brought it up, although it won't be where it use to be. All I'm saying is it's harder to learn when teachers are more concerned with dress code than teaching.

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November 24, 2008
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- submitted by a student
November 09, 2008
I am currently a 11th grader at NCHS from a students prospective I am not satiscfied with school, I feel like my teachers dont really support me,they arent teaching me,and some of my teachers dont care .I had a teacher last year I didnt even see till the 2nd week of school. he was there in the school he was just in the teachers class next door talking about the football team, mean while we were left to do busy work and were never tought how to do. half way through the year he still didnt know my name cause he was never there in class with his students.The only time he ever spoke to me was for dress code he was only concerened about what I wearing not if was learning.The class was failing when I asked for a new teacher I was denied by my principle.

- submitted by a student
October 21, 2008
I love nchs.- Of course we have our good days and our bad other than that it is a great school striving for excellents. I play basketball and believe they put education first gooooooo panthers!!! 08 state basketball champs

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September 01, 2008
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- submitted by a student
July 27, 2008
The teacher and coaches are very informative and they treat all the kids the same. They are great role models.

- submitted by a community member
no rating July 02, 2008
I used to go to NCHS. Everyone is making it seem that this school is in the ghetto or in the projects. It really isn't that bad. The reason that they are concerned with the dress code is for the safety of the students. Clearly the parents that are writing these reviews do not know anything about this school. If all the parents went to the PTSA meetings, then you will know what is going on. Also, the curriculum there is a year ahead of most of the nation's school. At my new school, I will have to take senior classes although I am a junior because of the NCHS curriculum. How is the tardiness policy ridiculous? If your child wasn't tardy all of the time and not busy socializng, then you would not have to deal with the 'ridiculous' policy! P.S. We have 2 state championships.

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May 09, 2008
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April 22, 2008
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April 17, 2008
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April 09, 2008
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April 07, 2008
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- submitted by a student
April 03, 2008
I was a student at North Crowley. They are very concerned with the dress code I will you give you that. But as far as many thing esle things have gotten better. After getting the new princple thing have changed. I use to be scared to go to school but after he turned it around, it was better. ya they maybe concerned about the dress code but if I feel safe I really could careless

- submitted by a student
April 01, 2008
I give this school a unsatisfactory rating. Mainly because they care more about there status and the way they look, more than the students. They also focus way too much on dress code. My child was sent to in school suspension the other day, for forgetting his i.d. at home. They took my child out of a learning envirnment because he forgot his i.d. I hope the state will do something about this soon.

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March 10, 2008
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- submitted by a student
February 29, 2008
First of all, the school doesn't even deserve one star. It doesn't even deserve half a star. The students hate the school and it doesn't deserve the blue ribbon award. They focus too much on dress code not on academics. I had a child sent to panther academy because her shirt went untucked without realizing it. And she missed four days of school because of bronchitis and she had to make up 11 hours before and after school because of it. The faculty focuses too much on the dress code, money, and keeping their stats a blue-ribbn status type than they do on their students and the learning. Loud, obnoxious students tend to be in favor of the teachers.

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February 27, 2008
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February 11, 2008
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- submitted by a student
February 05, 2008
Administration goes above and beyond normal expectations for the teachers and the students. I have worked for several districts but have never found a school with such caring admin and teachers. This is by far my favorite place to teach!

- submitted by a teacher
January 15, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
October 22, 2007
I have had 2 kids graduate from NCHS and I have two there now. I think the school has made great strides under the current leadership the last few years. I have seen firsthand some of the positive changes that have been made. Both of my kids really like going to school and feel safe. They love the administration and feel they are very supportive. They really like the fact that the principal, whom they call T Love, is very student centered. The school has done a lot to improve the diversity activities and we could not be more pleased.

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October 15, 2007
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October 12, 2007
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- submitted by a student
October 12, 2007
As current employee of FWISD and former to CISD, I found the districts to be like night and day.My children also attend Crowley schools, and I am very satisfied with their learning expierience. I do have to agree that due to the large diverse student body more diverse clubs/activities could use some improvement. Crowley Staff- Keep up the Great Work & Stand Srong!

- submitted by a parent
October 11, 2007
Well, I'm a junior at NCHS and overall I think the school is an 'ok' atmosphere. The AP classes are another good reasons I think the school's education is doing 'ok'. But besides that NCHS is very unorganized, they focus more on the dress code and extracurricular activities than they do on actual work. One class I was in last year, I did not learn anything! He expected us to do all of this work and not teach us anything. Like I said the school is an 'ok' school. It needs a lot of work.

- submitted by a student
October 07, 2007
NCHS has grown fast. My sister graduated from there in 2002 and Im an 11th grader there now. It has a very diverse student body but the staff is not diverse at all. They focus too much on tucking your shirt and not at all on academics. The administrators are very supportive of students but many of the teachers are not. NCHS needs to hire more diverse teachers and some who care. The new tardy policy this year is good.

- submitted by a student
September 27, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
September 26, 2007
The customer service leaves a lot be be desired, phone calls are not returned promptly or not at all. Some of the teachers attitudes are horrific, to the students as well as the parents and the administration backs them even when it is proven they have acted or spoken inappropriately. Some of the teachers as well as Administrators are selective in regards to the dress code,and the application of rules. I have yet to have a pleasant experience with the administration at the school.

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September 24, 2007
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September 21, 2007
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September 19, 2007
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September 18, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
May 26, 2007
NCHS would be a great school if only some changes would take place. For one, Panther Academy needs to go. The only thing it accomplishes is enabling kids to procrastinate and doesn't teach them the responsibility that they need to survive in the real world. Also, uniforms should be applied. Uniforms do not take away any kind of individuality, there are more ways to express yourself than through your clothes (e.g. academically, sports, clubs, etc.) TAKS is also a huge waste of time. The test has been dumbed-down so much that it doesn't prove how smart anybody is, plus the standards are set so low that you can 'pass' with a failing grade. However, I do find that the AP teachers/classes do a very good job of preparing students for AP exams. I felt very prepared taking the APUSH and AP Chem exam.

- submitted by a student
January 19, 2007
Administrative communication is a complete failure at this school. Panther Academy has become a joke and a social event for the kids. Extracurricular activities are at a minimum for a 5A school.

- submitted by a parent
December 14, 2006
I'm a current student at NCHS and I feel NHCS is a challenging school compared to others.

- submitted by a student
October 08, 2006
As a student in attendance at North Crowley, I can say first hand that things, as others have stated here are going completely downhill. Athletes get special attention from the staff while those involved in fine art are ignored almost completely. The students are out of control, and have lost all respect for authority, and teachers tend to give in to them. The AP courses are challenging, and the only classes I have been in that give anything other than 'busy work'. There are few clubs, and NCHS is one of the few high schools in TX without a GSA, although they do host many Christina events (meet me at the flag, and The Christian Athletes Club, for example).

- submitted by a student
August 25, 2006
I have two daughters at NCHS, one graduating in 2007, the other in 2008. They are both in the band program, section leaders, and are also taking AP courses at the same time. They are working hard and making it work. The bottom line is, work hard, getting parents involved in supporting students, teachers, programs, and curriculum. You get what you put into it, no matter what school you attend. There has been obstacles to get thru for everyone and communication is the key. The area is still growing and changing, and there will be constant issues to be addressed. I thank the administration and faculty for their efforts to make things better. I am happy to be a Panther Pride Parent!

- submitted by a parent
August 25, 2006
North Crowley High School would be a lot stronger if they would bring JROTC in the Crowley and North Crowley School District. This is a great program and the young adults would learn to respect them selves and others.

- submitted by a parent
August 11, 2006
This school was a good one when my student started in 2002. It is now one that is not so good. The new principle Mr. Trent Lovette is trying very hard to get the school under control. To understand what has happened to the school just look at the student ratio. That explains everything.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 08, 2006
as a NCHS student it has been good to me

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April 21, 2006
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- submitted by a former student
April 13, 2006
As a student at NCHS, I have found that if you are willing to make the effort to get involved, many wonderful opporunities can arise. I have also found that taking Pre-Ap and AP classes is the absolute best route because in most of these classes the students are willing to learn and do the work that comes with it, and the students get a much better education because the teachers are usually better for the job. The school has become much better now that Mr. Lovette, our principal, has taken control of the school. If you are into sports, then this a great school for you. North Crowley has many sports to choose from such as Drill/Dance team (my sport), Cheerleading, Football, Baseball, Softball, Basketball, Track, Hockey, Soccef, Bowling, Swimming, Volleyball, and Tennis.

- submitted by a student
March 26, 2006
This school has gotten out of control- The new principal is trying to clean it up, but is not getting alot of support from parents. Academically, they don't seem to care about what is good for the students, but what is good for their rating at stats. I moved here to put my kids specifically in this school, and would not recommend anyone else do the same. This school district is going down quickly.

- submitted by a parent
February 08, 2006
This school is growing very rapidly, and they are having a hard time keeping up, particulary the counseling staff. Major registration and scheduling problems, and late with report cards. Minority enrollment is increasing at a high rate, and some of these students come from rough areas and this has created safety concerns. Academically, the staff seems to do a good job. The fine arts programs is exceptional.

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January 20, 2006
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January 19, 2006
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January 19, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
January 15, 2006
North Crowley has changed considerabley from last year,we now have a new principal and he and his staff have turned this school around. It is now a safer atmosphere and the teachers are more in control in the classroom. It is still over crowded and has the normal problems most high schools have, lack of parent involvement and little discipline from parents at home on average.

- submitted by a parent
December 29, 2005
School is growing too fast. Too much homework. Some violence.

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November 29, 2005
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November 16, 2005
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November 09, 2005
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November 05, 2005
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October 13, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
August 01, 2005
This school was wonderful the first 2 years, my son could have used more counselor involvment. The langauge program is strong, especially German. My son tested out of College level German for 2 semester at UTA after 2 years of German at this HS. He also took 3 years of Spanish.

- submitted by a parent
July 31, 2005
I really enjoy this school. It has very good acedemics and I really believe that the students here learn if they put in the effort on their part.

- submitted by a former student
July 27, 2005
Both of my 2 children have gone to north crowley. The staff and teachers showed great patience and determination in teaching my children.

- submitted by a parent
July 08, 2005
This is the most 'bare bones' school district I have ever seen. Children are taught to take the state tests from k thru 12 and nothing more. Arts? Almost nonexistant. In at least k thru 6 your child will be taught almost exclusivly from worksheets. Crowley has a good rep but it is based on state test scores (taks). It does not put out a high percentage of college bound. And doesn't put out critical thinkers. Career days feature the military and reps from other minimum wage career opportunities....none from Fort Worth big businesses or corporations....expectations are very low.

- submitted by a parent
June 28, 2005
North Crowley High School has a great Administrative staff. They worked very closely with me to get my son back on track.

- submitted by a parent
June 16, 2005
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- submitted by a student
June 16, 2005
the school is a cultural mixture

- submitted by a student
June 08, 2005
This is a moderately good school.

- submitted by a parent
May 24, 2005
Doesn't seem to be academically challenging. Student body lacks respect for authority.

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May 19, 2005
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- submitted by a former student
May 16, 2005
This school has gone through a fast pace demographic change. It has been very hard for the community to accept. No matter what and who goes to our neighborhood school we all must accept everyone for who they are. The staff needs more professional development concerning cultural diversity. They also need to hire more minority staff members.

- submitted by a parent
April 19, 2005
Lacks Discipline. Large population of gang like students. Advanced courses are good.

- submitted by a parent
April 08, 2005
School has declined considerably on all levels,my greatest concern is the lack of control in the classroom, lack of consequences for bad behavior, the violence in the halls and the academic scores are being effected because of all above problems.

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April 07, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
April 03, 2005
This school is definitely going downhill. If your kids want to be a football player. This is the place for him. If your kids like fine arts, music, or to attend a good colledge. Take them away from this school. In my opinion as a parent, NCH is wasting the tax payer money. Many good kids are leaving the crowley ISD.

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April 02, 2005
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- submitted by a student
February 01, 2005
Very supportive community in time of termoil. My dad, Coach Byrd, past away during his first year at North Crowley and the student body as well as the student athletes could not have been any more supportive than they were. Not to leave out the staff from the principal down to the teachers.

- submitted by a former student
no rating January 19, 2005
It's been very good for my child; his language skills have improved and his teachers are very invested in their students learning.

- submitted by a parent
December 14, 2004
I too belive that the school is going down hill fast. Because some people have disciple problems, everyone is being disciplined the same. And it is true that many parents are taking their kids out. That is mainly becuase the good teachers are tired of the problems and leaving for a better working enviroment. North Corwley needs some work! And information on what is going on at the school. Communication is not there.

- submitted by a parent
November 08, 2004
As a school administrator myself, I believe the communication from NCHS is very poor. I have opened the door for communication many times in varying ways, but I never hear from any of the teachers regarding my child's performance unless I specifically ask for it, then it is only for that one time, never to hear again until it's report card time. Instead of being proactive with issues and grades, they tend to be reactive. From the teachers to counselors to administrators, everyone wants to point fingers to place blame instead of finding solutions. There are violent fights almost daily and discipline runs rappant. Administrators are rarely seen by teachers. This used to be a school of choice and has very quickly turned into a 'take your kid and run' institution.

- submitted by a parent
October 29, 2004
North Crowley HS continues to have problems handling the student population growth. The school and district leadership often cause problems for the talented and gifted students. Activities such as band, drama, and choir are down played by the administration in favor of football. Parents are not informed of changes at the school despite involvement in PTA and activity booster clubs. We're moving our kids out. Teacher quality is decling as good experienced teachers are being moved out in favor of marginal new teachers with little experience.

- submitted by a parent
October 23, 2004
The demographics of our schools and community are changing rapidly. The administrators and staff for North Crowley appear to be handling the changes in a very positve manner.

- submitted by a parent
September 16, 2004
This school has an awesome head principal who cares about all students. He has done a great job since his arrival during the 2003-2004 school year.

- submitted by a parent
June 23, 2004
Discipline seems to be a huge problem at North Crowley and we feel the princpal has no control over the students. We have also been very disappointed in the girls volleyball athletic program. Due to our conerns we have withdrawn our children from North Crowley and they will attend a private school in the area next year.

- submitted by a parent
March 01, 2004
The teachers here are great! Sports and other activities that happen here are all great things to be apart of. The administration are apart of every students life no matter how long they are there. I love and miss being apart of North Crowley.

- submitted by a former student
January 22, 2004
North Crowley is an exceptional school that excels at absolutely everything--both in extracurricular as well as academics. It is a well-ran school with teachers that truly care about the students...with extremely few discipline problems compared to the nearby city schools!

- submitted by a parent
November 10, 2003
This school needs discipline. Too many students do not pay attention to teachers and do not show respect to others.

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North Crowley High School
9100 South Hulen Street, Fort Worth, TX  76123
(817) 263-1250
Last modified North Crowley High School is a Public school that serves grades 9-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 3 out of 10 based on academic quality.
North Crowley High School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 106 reviews. Top