Welcome to Castleberry High School 

The mission of Castleberry High School is to provide a positive learning environment that engages, mentors, and motivates students to excel as successful lifelong learners.

Help Fight Hunger One Can at a Time

The annual Hunger Games has begun. In an effort to collect canned food, for the Tarrant Area Food Bank, Castleberry High School’s Student Council is asking students to help fight hunger. Each homeroom class will be collecting cans from students.

In Tarrant County, one in four are children live in a food-insecure household, according to facts provided by the Tarrant Area Food Bank. The families served, by the Tarrant Area Food Bank, include single parents earning minimum wage, senior citizens on fixed incomes, chronically ill individuals, severely disabled individuals, unemployed workers, laid-off workers, and homeless families and individuals. Overall, children make up nearly one-half of all individuals served by the Tarrant Area Food Bank.

CHS Students are asked to drop off their canned goods with their second period teachers. Parents are welcome to bring in donations to the main office.

To keep the donations coming in, a class winner will be named for whoever can collect the most cans. An additional winner will be named for the class that can design the most creative can stacking design. The rules for the can stacking contest are simple. In order to avoid damage to the canned labels, no tape or glue can be used. Only saran wrap.

Help a great cause, this Thanksgiving, and bring in your canned goods today. 

Teacher of the Month - Josh Cox

The CHS Administrators, Dr. Julie Davis; Cameron Burton; and Brandon Enos, began a tradition recognizing teachers for their efforts in and out of the classroom. At the monthly faculty meeting a Teacher of the Month is recognized. 

This month the CHS Administrators recognized Josh Cox as the Teacher of the Month at Castleberry High School. 

Mr. Cox has been a part of Castleberry High School as a student, teacher and coach. He graduated from Castleberry High School in 2003. As a student he was a varsity athlete in baseball, basketball, golf and cross country.

Mr. Cox started his teaching career at CHS in 2008 and has taught U.S. History and A.P. U.S. History for seven years. During his first two years here he coached freshmen volleyball and junior varsity girls basketball. The following four years, he was the head girls basketball and head tennis coach. In his 7th year, Mr. Cox is only teaching and serves as the lead teacher for Social Studies.

When you see Mr. Cox, please congratulate him on a well-deserved honor.

School Hours

School hours: 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Pickup time: 3:30 p.m. - 3:45 p.m

Click on the links below for 2014-2015 school supply lists, lunch prices, and District dress code information:

Meal Prices
School Supply List
Dress Code

2014-2015 Bell Schedule

(M, Tu, Th)
(W, F)
Pep Rally
(Friday home games)
 1 8:00-8:54 8:00-8:49
Announcements: 8:59-9:05
8:54-9:49 8:55-9:50
 3 10:04-10:58  Assembly: 9:54-10:24
(A Lunch)
Lunch: 11:03-11:33
Class:  11:38-12:33
Lunch: 11:23-11:53
Class:  11:58-12:48
Lunch: 10:50-11:20
Class:  11:25-12:15
(B Lunch)
Class:  11:03-11:58
Lunch: 12:03-12:38
Class:  11:23-12:13
Lunch: 12:18-12:48
Class:  10:50-11:40
Lunch: 11:45-12:15
 5 12:38-1:32 12:53-1:42  12:20-1:10 
 6 1:37-2:31  1:47-2:36  1:15-2:05 
 7 2:36-3:30  2:41-3:30  2:10-3:00
Pep Rally: 3:05-3:30

NCLB Report Card

You can now view the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) report card for the state of Texas. This report card includes information on every school campus with in a school district in Texas. The report card provides the public with information about:

  • Assessment results for the LEA and campuses

  • Graduation rates for secondary school students

  • Performance of school district and campuses on adequate yearly progress (AYP) measures.

  • Number and names of Title I schools identified as in need of improvement

  • Professional qualifications of teachers in the LEA and campuses

Click here to view the report card.

CHS School Supply List for 2014-2015

 70 page spiral composition wide ruled notebook 3
 No. 2 pencils 10 
 Wide ruled notebook paper (150 count)  1 pack  
 Colored pencils (12 count) 1 box 
 Blue or black ballpoint pens 10
 3 ring binder (2 inch) 1
Art supply list will be provided at the beginning of school year. Art kits will be available for purchase.  

News & Events

The Texas Education Agency (TEA) publishes an Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS) report and School Report Card (SRC) for our campus. In addition, the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act requires our campus to provide a Texas NCLB Report Card.

All these reports for the previous school year can be accessed from
this link.

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