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About Granger Elementary School

Granger Elementary School serves families in the southern portion of Northwest ISD, near the Fort Worth-Keller border, where the school is known for fostering a rigorous academic environment while also learning about being mindful of others.

The school is named after Kay Granger, a politician and former teacher who was both the first female mayor of Fort Worth and first female Republican to represent Texas in the U.S. House of Representatives. When she began her career as a teacher, Rep. Granger taught English and journalism before becoming involved in politics.

At Granger, students are placed first among all else. The school is dedicated to providing a challenging learning environment where students are encouraged take personal responsibility and pride in their school and community.

Granger students have a range of extracurricular opportunities available to them across academics, athletics and fine arts. The school supports a Destination Imagination team for problem-solving competitions, for instance, as well as a student council, robotics club and more.

Established: 2007
Mascot: Wranglers
Colors: Red, Gold and Blue

Campus Mission

At Granger Elementary, kids come first.   Our campus is dedicated to fostering a rigourous and challenging learning environment where students are encouraged to take personal responsibility and pride in their school, community and the world around them.   

Campus Vision

Students at Kay Granger Elementary will leave prepared for middle school through the implementation of effective instructional practices, relevant assessments, progressive technology, and measurable accountability standards.   

Awards Received

National School of Character - 2013, 2018, 2023

Promising Practices National Award 2016, 2020

NISD Partner in Education Campus of the Year - 2011, 2012, 2022

TEPSA Student Leadership Award Recepient 2010-2022

Granger Elementary is a campus known for its friendly, welcoming campus culture as evidenced by the thousands of volunteer hours logged over the past years.   Parents and community are a vital component to the success of the challenging, rigorous academic expectations of the school.