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Fort Worth, TX
Students enrolled: 856

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3901 Summerfields Boulevard
Fort Worth, TX 76137

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(817) 744-3800
(817) 306-8393
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March 06, 2011
Love it at CTI.....things are better than they were last year. Thank you to the teachers and administration that are working to make a difference.

- submitted by a parent
December 31, 2009
I love my school it is fun and we learn a lot my teachers are cool and it easy to learn stuff because they explain and make it easier to understand!!!!!!!

- submitted by a student
March 30, 2009
My oldest daughter currently attends Chisolm trail as does my niece. My oldest son attended last year. My thoughts are that this schol does have some excellent teachers. The principle just retired last year and I have not had the experience of working closely with the new one but I think it is hit or miss here. Mr. Killday has been awesome to all of our children, understanding and helpful. He shares real world experiences and attributes it to the mathmatical problems at hand. The band has been great for my daughter and niece as well.

- submitted by a parent
January 14, 2009
My son currently goes to Chisholm Trail. They have some great teachers and programs for the students. Most all of them will communicate very well with us parents.However I do feel that something should be done for the students if any teacher has to take off work for extended periods of time. I know my son looses interest with substitute teachers. This has also affected his grades.Although I feel for any person that has to go through bad times in life we can't let this affect the lives of so many students.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 15, 2008
I've had a great experience with Chisholm. The switching classes was tough along with the responsibility factor of keeping up with different classwork & assignments was difficult for my Dyslexic 5th grader last year. The teachers were very caring & easy to partner with. They were willing to try anything to help my son actually learn. Their support systems for kids that need either tutoring or help in prep for TAKS worked wonderfully. Big school, but found everyone cared about my son not just his test scores.

- submitted by a parent
July 20, 2008
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- submitted by a student
June 17, 2008
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no rating February 08, 2008
I cannot say enough good things about Chisholm. My daughter loves her teachers and enjoys choir. Her teachers are dedicated and hold the children accountable for their behavior and performance. They focus on responsibility which is fantastic. The only complaint is there is not enough homework, but I have always had that complaint.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 24, 2007
This is the worst school ever!!! Can't say much about the teachers either. My son has always been a straight A student and is even in the gifted and talented program. He is now making B's and a couple of A's. He says they are not helpful to him at all and he doesn't feel he can approach them with ?'s. They have to many kids in that school and they only spend 2 years there. The teachers take no personal interest in the kids. To top it off the principle doesn ot listen to the parents and only defends her teachers.

- submitted by a parent
August 25, 2006
CTI has provided a great education for my child. I am pleased with all the teacher/staff at CTI The parent/child Attitude can affect his/her education. The child must come prepared to learn. The teacher is a tool but it is the child who must want to learn. CTI teachers and staff have provided numerous opportunities to help my child with each problem. I am proud to have my child attend CTI!

- submitted by a parent
March 10, 2005
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- submitted by a student
June 02, 2004
I have experienced the best support you could imagine from the teachers and principals at Chisolm Trail. My son has been difficult this year, but his teachers, Ms. Gurney, Mrs. Riggs and Mrs. Drake were there for me and my husband every step of the way. They kept us informed with anything that happened with my child and was supported by the principal, Mrs. Travis. Mrs. Travis worked hard with us to assist us in determining what was best for our child. I am ever so greatful for their not letting my child 'fall through the cracks'.

- submitted by a parent
April 15, 2004
My son currently goes to Chisholm Trail and it has honestly been a great experience for him. This is the first time that he and I both like the school and the teachers. Hats off to Browder, Thayer, and Kopacki.

- submitted by a parent
February 25, 2004
My child goes to Chisholm Trail and I as a parent am very concerned with the teaching ability the teachers have. Children are drilled on passing the tacts test instead of getting down to the basics of reading writting and arithmatic. These children can not even read at the grade level that they are in. When the children do not understand something, the so called teachers tell these poor kids, 'go out in the hall and sit and think about it'. What kind of teaching is that. Parents, when your child comes home telling you about what a teacher has said or done, please believe them, because it is happening. And if a parent goes into a class room to see what is going on, the teachers will conduct themselfs totally different. I am a firm believer that all class rooms need to have camaras in them to monitor not only the chidrens behavior, but also the teachers. The school system has a no tolerance policy, therefore I believe parents should have a no tolerance policy with the teachers that are suppose to be teaching our children. If you have a child that is struggling in a class, I have found that the teachers will tutor them for the tacts test but nothing else. What are our tax dollars being spent for? I want my child to be taught the same as a teacher would exspect their child to be taught, and do not expect any thing less. I am a concerned parent that is totally fed up with the Keller school district. If there are any other concerned parents out there please respond.

- submitted by a parent

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Chisholm Trail Intermediate School
3901 Summerfields Boulevard, Fort Worth, TX  76137
(817) 744-3800
Last modified Chisholm Trail Intermediate School is a Public school that serves grades 5-6. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 6 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Chisholm Trail Intermediate School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 14 reviews. Top