A northern suburb of Fort Worth, White Settlement’s name originated as a result of its long history. When it was first settled, there were two settlements in the area: one occupied predominantly by Native Americans (near where Fort Worth is located today), and the other one being occupied by white settlers. White Settlement families enjoy 12 area parks, four tennis courts, three nearby public golf courses and Lake Worth. Housing choices range from long established neighborhoods to very affordable newly built homes in new subdivisions with prices starting under $100K. The annual White Settlement Chicken Dance Festival is a long standing city tradition. City officials and the homecoming queen of local Brewer High School host this event each fall which includes the chicken dance contest for the Turkey Leg Trophy.
Abutting Fort Worth’s upscale west side, White Settlement residents can enjoy all the attractions of this upscale area, including its highly reputed Cultural District. Downtown Fort Worth’s Sundance Square entertainment area is minutes.
The City of White Settlement is served by the White Settlement Independent School District. WSISD includes four elementary campuses, an intermediate school, a middle school, a high school, an alternative campus and a new Fine Arts Academy. Two WSISD schools are Exemplary campuses, and three are Recognized schools
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