• Rolling Hills Bobcats,

    We can’t wait to welcome you to our newest Fort Worth ISD elementary school! Crews are hard at work getting our campus ready for you and your families, and we look forward to greeting our inaugural class to Rolling Hills Elementary School this fall. 

    The campus is opening soon to approximately 400 students in grades pre-kindergarten through 5 in Fort Worth’s Ventana neighborhood. It is the first in the District with an indoor slide that travels from the top story to an open library and media center. Other school amenities include an interactive outdoor learning terrace, an outdoor art and science courtyard, state-of-the art technology, and mobile furniture in classrooms to accommodate learning environments based on student needs.  

    Inspired by the classic children’s book “The Giving Tree,” the design concept for Rolling Hills Elementary includes public spaces that function as roots feeding into classrooms, according to the campus architect, Glenn Partners.   

    Principal Kendall Condit said she’s excited to welcome families with Bobcat Pride.

    “We can’t wait to open our doors and not only welcome students but the entire community,” she said.  

    At the recommendation of a committee organized to consider names for the new school, FWISD Board of Trustees unanimously agreed to name the campus Rolling Hills Elementary in April.

    The school joins the Benbrook pyramid which includes Westpark and Benbrook elementary schools, and Benbrook Middle-high School.

    Voters, in a November 2021 bond election, approved the construction of the new school in effort to relieve overcrowding at Westpark Elementary.

    Continue to visit www.fwisd.org/rollinghills for future Rolling Hills Elementary updates.