School Information

Quality of education is one of the most important factors when moving to a new area. As a local neighborhood expert, I can help you evaluate schools in the area that meet your unique needs.

Relocating to the Wichita Falls or North Texas Area?

Local Information

The Wichita Falls Metropolitain Area includes cities in Wichita, Archer and Clay Counties is a wonderful, close-knit, friendly community located on Hwy 287/I-44 just 2 hours from Dallas/Fort Worth and Oklahoma City. We are an economically progressive area, home to commerce and industry with worldwide interests.

Wichita Falls is home to Vernon College, Midwestern State University (MSU) and Sheppard Air Force Base (AFB). There is a strong international presence through Sheppard AFB, and at MSU. Here you will find a community spirit geared toward family, friends and a desire to see that this thriving city continues to grow and prosper.

Wichita Falls area population is approximately 150,000. Wichita Falls proudly calls itself the home of the finest military installation in the country, Sheppard Air Force Base. Through Sheppard’s Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training program, Wichita Falls has a significant international flavor. The program is utilized by seventeen different NATO countries for the finest fighter pilot training in the world.

There is considerable international investment in the area’s manufacturing base as well. The greater Wichita Falls area has 185 manufacturing companies producing products for major automotive manufacturers, oil and gas production, construction, aircraft manufacturers, food service providers, water recreation and more. Within a 60 mile radius of Wichita Falls, there are more than 393,000 people of which approximately 152,000 are in the workforce.

Our award winning public school system and institutes of higher education are exemplary. Midwestern State University is heralded throughout the state for its medical, teaching, business and liberal arts programs.

Wichita Falls also offers state-of the art medical facilities and services that have made it the health care choice of residents throughout North Texas and Southern Oklahoma. Along with excellent healthcare the City has a lower than average cost of living with affordable, quality housing ranging from apartments to mansions.

Once here you'll find considerable cultural activities from the symphony to good old Texas rodeos. Wichita Falls prides itself on having something for everyone. The City has many parks, a walking trail, and hosts the annual Hotter 'N Hell 100 bike race, and in 2011 hosted the first ever Texoma Hellacious Obstacle Race, mud race raising over $30,000 for local charities.

More of the information about our community can be found on the Wichita Falls Chamber Website

 

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