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Birdville High School

Birdville High School
Dare to Soar!
9100 Mid Cities Blvd.
North Richland Hills, Texas 76180
Type Public
Established 1999
School district Birdville Independent School District
Principal Mr. Jason Wells
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 1,825
Color(s) Green and Gold          
Mascot Hawks
Feeder schools Richland Middle School Smithfield Middle School

Birdville High School (BHS) is a public high school located in the city of North Richland Hills, Texas and is the second youngest school in the Birdville Independent School District(second to Walker Creek Elementary). Established in 1999, it was the third high school built into the Birdville Independent School District. Birdville High School is home to the Birdville Hawks and hosts grades 9-12.[1] For the 2009-2010 school year, according to the TEA (Texas Education Agency), Birdville High School's population consisted of 6.3% Black/African American, 20.6% Hispanic/Latino(a), 68.3% White/Caucasian, 0.6% Native American, and 4.2% Asian/Pacific Islander.[2]


  • Academics 1
  • Athletics 2
    • Football 2.1
    • Basketball 2.2
    • Baseball 2.3
    • Volleyball 2.4
    • Track and field 2.5
    • Other sports 2.6
  • Fine arts 3
    • Band 3.1
    • Choir 3.2
    • Theatre 3.3
  • Clubs and organizations 4
  • Notable alummi 5
  • External links 6
  • References 7


Birdville High School has a variety of Advanced Placement courses offered, including Math, Science, Social Studies, English, Foreign Language, Fine Arts, and Computer Science.[3] The majority of Birdville High School's TAKS scores are higher than both the District and State's average percentage of meeting or exceeding standards in all grades tested.[4]

TAKS (2008–2009)
Percentage of students mastering each section[5]
Math Reading ELA Science Social Studies
Grade 9 63% 92% NA NA NA
Grade 10 67% NA 91% 69% 92%
Grade 11 88% NA 95% 91% 99%



The Birdville Hawks Football Team plays in Texas Division 4A Football.[6] They host their games at the Birdville ISD Fine Arts/Athletics Complex in North Richland Hills, Texas which they share with Richland High School and Haltom High School. The BISD Complex is also used to host soccer games and fine arts events.


The Birdville Hawks Boys Basketball Team plays in Texas Division 4A Boys Basketball.

The Birdville Lady Hawks Basketball Team plays in Texas Division 4A Girls Basketball.


The Birdville Hawks Baseball Team plays in Texas Division 4A Baseball. They host their games at the Hawk Yard in North Richland Hills, Texas.


The Birdville Lady Hawks Volleyball Team plays in Texas Division 4A Girls Volleyball.

Track and field

Other sports

  • Birdville Lady Hawks Softball
  • Birdville Hawks Girls Soccer
  • Birdville's Hawk Tennis Team
  • Birdville Hawks Boys Soccer
  • Birdville Hawks Swim Team
  • Birdville Hawks Golf Team
  • Birdville Mens Gymnastics
  • Birdville Women's Gymnastics

Fine arts




Clubs and organizations

Notable alummi

External links

  • BISD Official Website


  1. ^ "BISD Schools". 
  2. ^ "Birdville High School TEA Report 2009-2010". 
  3. ^ "Advanced Placement Test Performance - 2010 Birdville ISD" (PDF). Birdville ISD. 2010. 
  4. ^ "School Profile for Birdville High School". Trulia. 2009. 
  5. ^ "Birdville High School School Details". 
  6. ^
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