A strong educational infrastructure and a prosperous community go hand in hand. More importantly research indicates that a high level of business involvement in education improves student achievement. Much of our efforts are invested in working to get industry and education at the same table and developing highly skilled labor to support our efforts in recruitment and retention of industry.
In 2016, there were 6,686 graduates in Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood MSA. This pipeline has grown by 34% over the last 5 years.
Masters or Higher
Masters or Higher
Temple College Business and Continuing Education
Central Texas College
Texas A&M University Central Texas
Texas A&M Health Science Center and College of Medicine
Texas State Technical College
University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
Independent School Districts
There are four school districts that comprise the City Limits of Temple: Academy, Belton, Temple, and Troy. All four districts met the Texas Education Agency’s standards in student achievement, student progress, closing performance gaps, and postsecondary readiness. The districts have a unified goal that students should be afforded the opportunity at every level to develop their abilities to the maximum capacity; intellectually, physically, morally, and socially. Programming from International Baccalaureate diploma to career and technology certification in manufacturing, health science or information technology is available and taught to students. Temple, Texas area schools meet individual student needs, preparing them to become an active, productive contributor to the workforce in whatever career, profession or job they choose. Our educators are committed to grooming a highly trained, highly skilled workforce because talent affects your bottom line.