Burleson is a city in Johnson and Tarrant counties in the U.S. state of Texas. A bedroom community for Fort Worth, Burleson is located in the rapidly growing region just south of the city. As of the 2010 census, the population was 36,690, having increased from the 20,976 residents during the 2000 census. Burleson is named for Rufus Columbus Burleson, a former president of Baylor University in Waco, Texas.
The City of Burleson is served by the Burleson Independent School District and the Joshua Independent School District, and strives to engage and support every learner with a rigorous curriculum so that they graduate college and career ready. Burleson Centennial High School was built in 2010, and it is currently one of the largest high schools in Texas.
Burleson has three high schools, Burleson High, Centennial High and Crossroads High. Kerr Middle School and Hughes Middle School serve the 6th to 8th graders of the city. There are 11 total elementary schools within Burleson.
The Burleson Opportunity Fund is a scholarship program open to all high school graduates who live or attend school in Burleson, Texas. The goal of the Burleson Opportunity Fund is to provide every high school graduate from Burleson the opportunity to attain post-secondary education and to cultivate the economic development benefits of expanding the attainment of post-secondary degrees and career certifications.
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