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North Richland Hills in Tarrant County is considered a suburb of Fort Worth. Its history stretches back to the mid-1800s when W.S. Peters of Kentucky contracted with the Republic of Texas to bring settlers. By 1848 the Peters Colony covered two million acres in North Central Texas.  Today, North Richland Hills is served by the Keller Independent School District and two public high schools: Richland High and Birdville High. There are also a number of private schools including: Fort Worth Christian School, St. John the Apostle Catholic School (of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth), North Park Christian Academy, and North Richland Hills Montessori. It has well maintained parks and plenty of shopping, dining, and entertainment options.

North Richland Hills By the Numbers

Median Age40
Median Household Income78,435

White Alone45,33965.4%
Black Alone4,2476.1%
American Indian Alone1750.3%
Asian Alone2,7814.0%
Some Other Race Alone1120.2%
Two or More Races2,4223.5%
Hispanic Origin (any race)14,20020.5%

Less Than 9th Grade3.5%
9th-12th Grade - No Diploma5.0%
High School Graduate24.2%
GED/ Alternative Credential3.8%
Some College - No Degree24.2%
Associate Degree9.9%
Bachelor's Degree24.4%
Graduate/ Professional Degree0.7%