Red Oak High School
Education Excellence: Red Oak & Ellis County
One will quickly discover unsurpassed excellence in education at all levels is easily accessible in Red Oak for all ages!
The Red Oak ISD (ROISD) is rated a Top 10% District in Texas, and the Red Oak High School is rated a Top 50 high school in Dallas/Ft. Worth! The ROISD is committed to preparing students for their next steps after graduation through partnerships with Texas State Technical College North Texas (TSTC), located in Red Oak, University of Texas at Arlington, and Navarro College with campuses located in Ellis County. These unique partnerships allow selected high school students to earn an Associate’s degree via dual credit through Navarro College that the University of Texas at Arlington will accept intact.
Texas State Technical College (TSTC) offers technical and vocational higher education programs in areas of electrical power and controls, logistics technology, diesel equipment technology, computer aided manufacturing and basic machining, computer aided drafting and design, computer networking, cyber security, combination welding, heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration, and industrial maintenance.
Life School - Red Oak, a new type of public school known as a charter school, seeks to develop leaders with the necessary skills to achieve success in the 21st century. Through character training, strong academics and parent involvement Life School will be successful in fulfilling its mission.
Public & Charter Schools (PDF)
2-Year Colleges, 4-Year Universities, and Technical Colleges
Red Oak residents enjoy convenient access to higher education offered by more than 50 accredited 4-year universities, 2-year colleges, and technical colleges located less than 50 minutes drive. A wide range of college degrees may be earned starting at the associate's level and ranging through the doctorate level.
Higher Education: Public & Private Schools (PDF)