Our District and its schools will be known for the exceptional academic and extracurricular achievements of each of our students, the values and morals we bring to the community and its families, the excellence of our staff and leadership, and our partnership with the community.
Caldwell ISD is committed to working with each student and his/her parents so that each student may achieve excellence in education and become a productive member of society.
Caldwell Independent School District was officially established as a public school district in 1923 and serves the northern and western portions of Burleson County. In 1990, Caldwell ISD became the largest school district in the county that serves approximately 1,800 students and is comprised of four campuses: Caldwell Elementary (PK-3rd), Caldwell Intermediate (4th-6th), Caldwell Junior High School (7th-8th), and Caldwell High School (9th-12th). The district also has a District Alternative Education Program and an Alternative Center of Education.
Caldwell ISD is the home of the Hornets. The official colors are Texas orange and white.
Texas UIL classifies Caldwell ISD Hornets as a 4A district.