Cedar Hill, TX Schools and Schools Ratings
While perhaps not raised and educated in Cedar Hill, TX, more than 91.7% of residents have earned high school diplomas or higher, with 30.5% having graduated with a college degree or higher.
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Southwest Dallas County's business advantage is the mix of higher education options that supply the region with skilled and knowledgeable workers.
Quality school systems are a staple of Southwest Dallas County and Northern Ellis County. The Red Oak, Ferris and Midlothian systems are all Texas Education Agency Recognized school districts.
This story is about the four ISDs in the founding communities.
Southwest Dallas County is an attractive area for a diverse population of professionals, families and retirees, and large and small businesses that represent many sectors of the economy.<br />
School districts serving the four communities of the Best Southwest Dallas region – Duncanville, DeSoto, Lancaster and Cedar Hill – have made major investments in educational quality to provide the region's employers with a job-ready workforce.
It’s no secret that schools and education opportunities are big motivating factors when choosing a best place to live. This is why we’ve taken the time to provide the most up-to-date statistics on public and private schools in the Cedar Hill, TX, area. We’ve also included data on the education levels of residents, and how to get in touch with the public and private schools near you.
Educational Levels in Cedar Hill, TX
|Graduate or Professional Degree||11.6%|
|High School Graduate||22.9%|
|Some College, No Degree||30.1%|
|Percent Bachelor's Degree or Higher||30.5%|
|Percent High School Graduate or Higher||91.7%|
School Enrollment in Cedar Hill, TX
Private Schools in Cedar Hill, TX
|Title||Level||Enrollment||Street Address||City||State||Phone Number|
|Trinity Christian School||PK-12||1231 East Pleasant Run Road||Cedar Hill||Texas||(972) 291-2505|
|Nehemiah Christian Academy||3-12||103 E. Beltline Road||Cedar Hill||Texas||(972) 293-6114|
|Ashleys Private School||K-4||310 W Belt Line Road||Cedar Hill||Texas||(972) 291-1313|
|Crossroads Academy||1, 3-12||820 E Wintergreen Rd||Cedar Hill||Texas||(972) 293-9093|
|Brain Train Academy||K-12||50||1513 S. Hwy 67||Cedar Hill||Texas||(972) 293-9800|
|Hillcrest Christian Academy||PK-3||50||820 E Wintergreen Rd||Cedar Hill||Texas||(469) 575-5328|